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On what iconic Saturday morning cartoon did Cheryl sing in 1970?
Cheryl made her primetime TV debut on a variety show hosted by a former “Mayberry” resident. Who was it?
Cheryl and Kate Jackson co-starred in a creepy TV movie before “Charlie’s Angels.” What was it?
Who did Cheryl replace on “Charlie’s Angels” in 1977?
Cheryl had a Top 40 hit in 1978. What was it called?
Cheryl headlined her own primetime network variety special in 1979. What was it called?
Cheryl played an abusive parent in the 1979 TV movie “When She Was Bad.” Who was her co-star?
David Ladd, Cheryl's husband from 1973-1980, is the son of what classic film star?
At what sporting event did Cheryl sing the national anthem in January 1980?
When did Cheryl leave “Charlie’s Angels”?
Cheryl provided the singing voice for Melody on “Josie and the Pussycats." She also sang on the fictional band’s real-life album in 1970!
21-year-old Cheryl sang and danced on “The Ken Berry Wow Show” on July 15, 1972. Other performers included Patty Duke, Cass Elliot and Steve Martin!
“Satan’s School for Girls” aired September 19, 1973, 4 years before Cheryl became an Angel. She also had 2 small roles on Kate’s series “The Rookies."
Cheryl replaced Farrah. She initially turned down the role, until Aaron Spelling agreed she could help shape the character.
“Think It Over” from Cheryl’s self-titled debut album was a top 40 hit in the U.S. in 1978. She released three solo albums, the third only in Japan.
Cheryl welcomed Waylon Jennings, Ben Vereen and Melanie Griffith to “The Cheryl Ladd Special” on April 9, 1979. She did a second special in May, 1980.
Co-star Robert Urich had appeared on “Charlie’s Angels” as his “Vegas” character Dan Tanna. Both shows were produced by Aaron Spelling.
David Ladd is the son of Alan Ladd, star of films like “Shane” (1953). David was a child actor (opposite his dad in 3 films) who became a producer.
Cheryl sang the national anthem before Super Bowl XIV in 1980. More than 100,000 people were in attendance at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena!
Cheryl stayed for the remainder of the series after joining the cast in season two. Of the Angels, only Jaclyn Smith appeared in more episodes!
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