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Dixie Carter

Actress Dixie Carter is best known for her role as Julia Sugarbaker on the popular late eighties, early nineties sitcom Designing Women. Carter was born in McLemoresville, Tennessee and was valedictorian of her high school. She al...Read More

Jenilee Harrison

A former Miss Young America and L.A. Rams cheerleader, Jenilee Harrison played Cindy Snow on the Three’s Company sitcom in 1980....Read More

Bronson Pinchot

Portrayed the hilarious character Balki from the popular sitcom Perfect Strangers that ran from 1986 to 1993. Pinchot readily agrees that the tremendous success he achieved playing Balki Bartokomous was an amazing experience. Comi...Read More

Lorenzo Music a.k.a Carlton The Doorman

He was the disembodied voice of Carlton the Doorman on the 1974 TV sitcom Rhoda...Read More

Earl Hindman

Although his acting career spanned over 30 years, including feature films and numerous television roles, Earl Hindman will perhaps best be remembered for his role as Wilson the neighbour who never showed his face on Tim Allen̵...Read More

Bob Crane

Besides being the first radio DJ to earn over $100,000 year in the early 60’s, he was the star of the TV sitcom Hogan’s Heros....Read More

Larry Hovis

He played Sgt. Carter in the television sitcom Hogan’s Heros, he also had a recurring role in Gomer Pyle, USMC and was a creator of Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In....Read More

George Wright

Played the father on the hit series Alf....Read More

Ron Palillo

From 1975 to 1979, he was Arnold Horshack on the highly popular sit-com Welcome Back, Kotter. “I was doing New York theatre when I was asked to audition for Horshack. My agent said, ‘They want four tough guys from New ...Read More

Gary Burghoff

Played the sheepish misplaced company clerk on M*A*S*H (before Klinger got the gig). It’s no surprise he got his start in showbiz in the stage musical playing Charlie Brown....Read More