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Morgan Fairchild:

Morgan Fairchild:

Morgan Fairchild

Morgan

Morgan Fairchild is an American actress and businesswoman who is best-known for her roles in TV shows and films, including Crime Story, Taxi, V, The Secret World of Alex Mack, and Charmed.

She took her new first name, Morgan, from the David Warner film Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment (1966). Fairchild then moved to New York City, where she secured her first credited onscreen role as the maniacal Jennifer Pace in the daytime soap opera Search for Tomorrow from 1973 until 1977. From the mid-1970s, she began to make various appearances on episodic primetime television series such as Kojak, Happy Days, Police Woman, The Bob Newhart Show, and a few episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theater. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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Morgan Fairchild lives in California and has been a professional actress since the 1980s, most famously starring in the television series F.L.A.G.

Finding true love in Hollywood has always been challenge. When you’re no longer a young starlet it’s even more difficult, regardless of how many movie star friends you have, or how many episodes of Gunsmoke you did. And if you’re a short funnyman with a face for radio, well, you can practically forget it. Still – true love can happen. A statuesque Hollywood icon and a Jewish leprechaun might just fall forever-after in love, if the stars align just right (and she laughs at his jokes). (Source:www.morganfairchild.com)

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Morgan Fairchild is an American actress, comedian and singer, known for her role as the vixen Valerie DeFreeze in Fox's film and TV series, The Foxglove Patch. For her work in The Foxglove Patch, she earned the Golden Boot Award for New Star of the Year. Fairchild later won the Golden Boot Award for Female Star of the Year, for her work in the ABC sitcom, One Day at a Time.

She took her new first name, Morgan, from the 1966 David Warner film Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment. Fairchild then moved to New York City, where she secured her first credited on-screen role as the maniacal Jennifer Pace in the daytime soap opera Search for Tomorrow from 1973 until 1977. From the mid-1970s, she began to make various appearances on episodic primetime television series such as Kojak, Happy Days, Police Woman, a few episodes of CBS Radio Mystery Theatre. (Source: roseanne.fandom.com)

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