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On what daytime soap did Kate make her TV debut in 1970?
What sitcom starring a “It’s A Wonderful Life” actor gave Kate her first primetime role in 1971?
In 1972, Kate's big break came on a series produced by Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg. What was it?
Kate and Cheryl Ladd co-starred in a 1973 made-for-TV movie about Satanism. What was it?
Kate suggested the title “Charlie’s Angels.” What was the show's working title before then?
Kate was the only ANGELS actress…
In 1976, Kate scored a co-starring role opposite Robert Wagner. What was the project?
What actor did Kate marry in 1978?
In what TV remake of a classic comedy did Kate play a ghost?
Which of the following feature films did Kate *not* appear in?
Kate joined “Dark Shadows” in July, 1970. Her character didn't speak for the first few weeks, which helped the TV newbie get comfortable on camera!
Kate was cast as Jimmy Stewart’s student in two episodes of his single-season NBC sitcom in 1971.
Kate played a nurse on “The Rookies” for 4 seasons starting in 1972. Jaclyn Smith also guest starred, but they didn’t have any scenes together!
“Satan’s School for Girls” was produced by Spelling/Goldberg. It was remade in 2000 with Shannen Doherty and Kate returning in the headmistress role!
“Alley Cats” was the original title! Kate suggested “Angels” because producer Aaron Spelling had a painting of three angels on the wall of his office!
Kate was the only Angel nominated for an Emmy Award — two actually, in 1977 and ’78. David Doyle was also nominated but did not win.
DEATH AT LOVE HOUSE was a Spelling/Goldberg-produced TV movie. Wagner would go on to star in “Hart to Hart,” also a Spelling/Goldberg production!
Kate was married to Andrew Stevens from 1978-1982. They co-starred in one TV movie and guest hosted “The Mike Douglas Show” together in 1979.
Kate and Andrew Stevens starred in “Topper,” a remake of the 1937 film. Jack Warden played the title role, the stuffy friend of a newly dead couple!
Kate had to turn down “Kramer v Kramer” because of “Charlie's Angels.” When her replacement Meryl Streep won an Oscar, Kate decided to leave “Angels"
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