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Rhea Perlman:

Rhea Perlman:

Rhea Perlman:

Rhea Perlman

Rhea Perlman is the CEO of AuthenTec, a company that provides technology that enables companies to authenticate identities within their own systems. In this interview, Rhea talks about the opportunities she sees as a result of the innovations in technology and how she stays ahead of the market. Rhea is also the author of I’m Not into This: Why Privacy Matters and What You Can Do About It.

Rhea Perlma

Actress Rhea Perlman cut a formidable onscreen presence with memorable, strong-willed characters all throughout her career, but none were as larger-than-life than her unflinchingly sharp-tongued and oft-pregnant barmaid, Carla Tortelli, on the iconic sitcom "Cheers" (NBC, 1982-1993). For 11 seasons, Perlman's Carla slung beers and barbs while assuring her place as one of television's gre... (Source: www.tcm.com)

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Actress Rhea Perlman cut a formidable onscreen presence with memorable, strong-willed characters all throughout her career, but none were as larger-than-life than her unflinchingly sharp-tongued and oft-pregnant barmaid, Carla Tortelli, on the iconic sitcom "Cheers" (NBC, 1982-1993). For 11 seasons, Perlman's Carla slung beers and barbs while assuring her place as one of television's great masters of the putdown. Prior to her Emmy-winning success on "Cheers," Perlman was a veteran of stage and screen, most notably with a recurring role on "Taxi" (ABC/NBC, 1978-1983), which starred real-life husband Danny DeVito. In fact, she and DeVito routinely appeared together in a wide variety of films and television projects, though he never appeared on "Cheers." Once the show left the air in 1993, Perlman focused more on family-oriented TV movies and features. Of course, she would guest star on popular shows like "Becker" (CBS, 1998-2004), which starred "Cheers" alum Ted Danson, and "Frasier" (NBC, 1993-2004), which starred Kelsey Grammer. Perlman remained a busy actress who brought wit and charm to every role she played. (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

 

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