Where Are They Now - Friday, February 3, 2017
The other night I watched 'Eyes of a Stranger' and thought that the lead was the actress that played by Cruise Director Julie McCoy on the Love Boat. After cruising imdb I learned that I was right.
Then I wondered, "What's Julie been doing lately?" So today we will catch-up with actress Lauren Tewes.
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Tim Daly: He played Joe Hackett on the TV series "Wings"
Peter Lorre: Actor known for his unique style, appeared in "The Maltese Falcon", "Casablanca", "Arsenic and Old Lace", "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", "The Big Circus" and many other movies
Connie Francis: Pop singer, very big in the 1950s, "Who's Sorry Now", "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own", starred in the movie "Where the Boys Are"
(Answer at the bottom)
Learn More About Lauren Tewes on Celebrity Nooz
26 October 1953, Braddock, Pennsylvania, USA
Cynthia Lauren Tewes
CLAIM TO FAME:
She is an actress, known for The Love Boat (1977), The Doom Generation (1995) and Eyes of a Stranger (1981).
Was married to John Wassel from November 1977 until their divorce in January 1982. The she married Paolo Noonis in 1986 until their divorce. Married to Robert Nadir from May 1, 1996 until his death in April 2002.
Following Lauren's dismissal from The Love Boat (1977) in 1984, she spiraled into drug addiction. She has now been sober for many years and presently makes her living doing voice-overs and radio commercials. She says she used to spend 16 hours a day caring for her sick husband.
Attended Rio Hondo College in Whittier, California.
Father, Joseph Robert Tewes, was a wood pattern maker; mother is the former Joanne Woods.
She went to culinary school and became a caterer and cheese steward at a Seattle grocery store.
She gave up acting when her third husband died, but later returned to the stage for local productions.
Also studied at the University of California at Riverside, California where she won the 1st Annual Chancellor's Award for Excellence in the Theatre.
Last name is pronounced "Tweeze".
Made her stage debut in "Arsenic and Old Lace" at the Pacific Conservatory Theatre in California. Other plays include "Born Yesterday" and "Crimes of the Heart" which were performed during the early 1980s.
Made her film debut in the 1981 movie Eyes of a Stranger.
She has played the same character (Julie McCoy) in four different series: The Love Boat (1977), Charlie's Angels (1976), Martin (1992) and Love Boat: The Next Wave (1998).
WHERE IS SHE NOW:
In 2017, Lauren is returning to television in the revival of the cult David Lynch series Twin Peaks.
2017 Twin Peaks (TV Series) (post-production)
- Episode #1.1 (2017)
2013 Locally Grown (TV Movie)...Gigi Granger
2000-2001 The Fugitive (TV Series)...Linda Westershulte
2000 Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat from Your Head to Your Feet (Video Game)...Granny Smythe (voice)
1999 Gorky 17 (Video Game) (English version, voice)
1998 The X-Files Game (Video Game)...Joan Truitt
1998 Love Boat: The Next Wave (TV Series)...Julie McCoy
1998 Police Quest: SWAT 2 (Video Game)...Dispatch / Terrorist / Tammany's Wife / ... (voice)
1998 Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch Shell (Video Game) (voice)
1997 Putt-Putt Travels Through Time (Video Game) (voice)
1997 Nowhere...Julie The Newscaster
1997 Martin (TV Series)...Julie McCoy
1996 It Came from Outer Space II (TV Movie)...Carolee Minter
1995 The Doom Generation...TV Anchorwoman
1994 Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Women (TV Movie)...Hostess
1994 Weird Science (TV Series)...Ms. Tankey
1993 Magic Kid (Video)...Mom
1992-1993 Dark Justice (TV Series)
1991 Who's the Boss? (TV Series)...Lavonne
1990 Camp Cucamonga (TV Movie)...Mrs. Scott
1990 The China Lake Murders (TV Movie)
1988 My Two Dads (TV Series)...Karen Kupkus
1977-1987 The Love Boat (TV Series)...Cruise Director Julie McCoy
1987 Sky Commanders (TV Series)...Red McCullough
1984-1986 Hotel (TV Series)...Ellen Pierson / Paula Todd
1986 Hunter (TV Series)...Sheila Burke
1985 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)...Betty Jordan
1985 Anything for Love (TV Movie)...Dot Bailey
1985 T.J. Hooker (TV Series)...Cynthia Randolph
1985 Finder of Lost Loves (TV Series)...Dorothy Keating
1985 The New Mike Hammer (TV Series)...Chastity
1984 The Love Boat Fall Preview Special (TV Movie)...Cruise Director Julie McCoy
1978-1984 Fantasy Island (TV Series)...Bebe DeForrest / Jane Howell
1981 Eyes of a Stranger...Jane
1976-1979 Charlie's Angels (TV Series)...Julie McCoy / Christine Hunter
1979 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (TV Movie)...Jessie Mathews
1978 Vega$ (TV Series)...Cindy Smalley
1977 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series)...Asst. D.A Sharon Freemont
1977 ABC Weekend Specials (TV Series)...Sharon
1977 Family (TV Series)...Jill Redfield
1976 Police Story (TV Series)...Kathy
- Trash Detail, Front and Center (1976) ... Kathy
To see Then & Now pictures of Lauren Tewes, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Tim Daly - ALIVE
Peter Lorre - DEAD (Heart attack)
Born: 06/26/1904 Died: 03/23/1964
Connie Francis - ALIVE
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
E. Ahamed, 78, Indian politician, Minister of External Affairs (2004-2014), heart attack.
Sandy Gandhi, 59, Australian comedian.
Sir Ken Morrison, 85, British businessman, president of Morrisons supermarket chain.
Bernardine Portenski, 67, New Zealand long distance runner, ovarian cancer.
Grethe Bartram, 92, Danish war criminal.
Trice Harvey, 80, American politician, member of the California House of Representatives (1986-1996), injuries sustained in a fall.
Kang Bong-kyun, 74, South Korean politician.
Deke Leonard, 72, Welsh rock guitarist (Man).
Frank Pellegrino, 72, American actor (Goodfellas, The Sopranos) and restaurateur (Rao's), lung cancer.
David Shepard, 76, American film preservationist.
John Wetton, 67, British singer-songwriter ("Only Time Will Tell", "Heat of the Moment") and bass guitarist (Asia, King Crimson), colorectal cancer.
Tokitenku Yoshiaki, 37, Mongolian sumo wrestler, lymphoma.
Marta Becket, 92, American dancer.
David Burhani, 26, Tanzanian footballer (Maji Maji, Kagera Sugar).
Don Coleman, 88, American football player (Michigan State).
Tony LaBarbara, 79, American boxer.
James Laurence, 27, American musician and record producer (Friendzone).
Jim Mateja, 71, American automotive journalist (Chicago Tribune), cancer.
Cesar C. Raval, 92, Filipino Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Bangued (1988-1992).
Harold Rosen, 90, American electrical engineer, complications from a stroke.
Johnny Wahlqvist, 43, Swedish powerlifter, heart illness.
Sir Harold Atcherley, 98, British businessman and arts administrator.
Ruslan Barburo?, 38, Moldovan footballer (Sheriff).
Willy Fossli (no), 85, Norwegian footballer (Asker).
Joseph Mélèze-Modrzejewski, 86, Polish-French historian.
Howard Frank Mosher, 74, American author (Where the Rivers Flow North), cancer.
Ko Ni, 64, Burmese lawyer, shot.
Boris Nikolov, 87, Bulgarian boxer, Olympic bronze medalist (1952).
Stanislaw Padewski, 84, Ukrainian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Kharkiv-Zaporizhia (2002-2009).
Leonard H. Perroots, 83, American military officer, Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (1985-1988).
Elkin Ramírez, 54, Colombian singer-songwriter (Kraken), brain cancer.
Kazem Afrandnia, 71, Iranian actor, stroke.
Andre Arruda, 33, Canadian actor (Hank and Mike) and comedian, Morquio syndrome.
Mohammed Bello Abubakar, 93, Nigerian Muslim preacher and polygamist.
Sir Christopher Bland, 78, British businessman, Chairman of the BBC (1996-2001), prostate cancer.
Edgar Britt, 103, Australian jockey.
Renzo Canestrari, 92, Italian psychiatrist.
Alexander Chancellor, 77, British journalist.
Bobby Freeman, 76, American singer and songwriter ("Do You Want to Dance").
Guitar Gable, 79, American blues musician.
Charles LeMaistre, 92, American academic administrator, Chancellor of University of Texas System (1971-1978).
Many Clouds, 9, British racehorse, Grand National winner (2015), pulmonary haemorrhage.
John N. Mather, 74, American mathematician.
Bharati Mukherjee, 76, Indian-born American writer and academic.
Geoff Nicholls, 68, English keyboardist (Black Sabbath, Quartz), lung cancer.
Lennart Nilsson, 94, Swedish photographer.
Anthony J. Perpich, 84, American politician, member of the Minnesota Senate (1967-1976).
Richard Portman, 82, American sound mixer (The Godfather, Star Wars, The Deer Hunter), Oscar winner (1979), complications from a fall.
Thomas Joseph Simpson, 95, Canadian World War II veteran.
Dan Spiegle, 96, American comic book artist (Hopalong Cassidy, Scooby-Doo, Jonah Hex).
Darryl Sutton, 64, Australian VFL footballer (North Melbourne), pneumonia.
Salvatore Tatarella, 69, Italian politician, MEP (1994-1999).
Alexander Tikhanovich, 64, Belarusian pop singer (Verasy).
Stuart Timmons, 60, American gay historian and activist.
Ion Ungureanu, 81, Moldovan actor (That Sweet Word: Liberty!) and politician, MP (1990-1994).