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Where Are They Now - Friday, April 14, 2017

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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--

See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

Barbara Babcock: She has appeared in the TV series "Dallas" and "Hill Street Blues" as well as various movies

Oliver Reed: Starred in several Ken Russell films, including "Tommy" and "Women in Love", also appeared in "The Three Musketeers", known for his off-screen antics

Sally Kellerman: Played Hot Lips Houlihan in the movie version of "MASH"

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Angela Featherstone

Learn More About Angela Featherstone

BIRTH DATE: April 3, 1965, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

CLAIM TO FAME: She is best known for playing Chloe in Friends, the maid on Seinfeld, and the fiancee (Linda) who left Adam Sandler's character (Robbie) at the altar in The Wedding Singer.

FAMILY LIFE: No info found.

INFO: Featherstone was born in Canada and got her start as a model. However, she chose to go into acting and became known for her ability to play a wide variety of characters on screen.

TRIVIA: Bleached her hair blonde for her role in "Cracker".

WHERE IS SHE NOW: Featherstone has certainly been busy! Recently, she played the role of Jame on the HBO series Girls.

Aside from acting, she has created sitcoms for Sony, DreamWorks and NBC television, and written nonfiction for Time, Jane, Flare, The Huffington Post, One45Everyday and DAME Magazine.

She is also writing a memoir - an excerpt from it was published in the 2014 edition of Gargoyle Magazine and nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She curated a gallery show called F*ck Pretty that features emerging female photographers.

She is an adjunct instructor in the UCLA 2015 Professional Producing Program and lectures on issues of PTSD, child abuse, and healing trauma.

CREDITS:

2016 My Dead Boyfriend...Norma

2016 Ray Donovan (TV Series)...Mental Patient
- The Texan (2016)

2013 Girls (TV Series)...Jame
- Bad Friend (2013)

2007-2011 Exes & Ohs (TV Series)...Kris

2011 The Mentalist (TV Series)...Rocket
- Like a Redheaded Stepchild (2011)

2010 Huge (TV Series)...Teal / Amber's mom
- Parents' Weekend: Part II (2010)
- Parents' Weekend: Part I (2010)

2010 Beneath the Dark...Sandy

2009 The Soloist...Commuter #1 (uncredited)

2006-2009 Exes & Ohs (TV Series)...Kris

2008 What Doesn't Kill You...Katie

2006 Love Hollywood Style...Cathy Sherman

2006 Caved In (TV Movie)...Samantha Palmer

2006/I Mother (Short)...Carolyn

2003-2004 The Guardian (TV Series)...Suzanne Pell

2003 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)...Kate Graham
- Burned (2003)

2003 Dragnet (TV Series)...Amy Halsted
- Let's Make a Deal (2003)

2003 Reeseville...Judith Meyers

2002 One Way Out (Video)...Gwen Buckley

2002 Federal Protection (TV Movie)...Leigh Kirkindall

2002 Pressure...Amber

2001 Soul Survivors...Raven

2000 Providence (TV Series)...Andi Paulsen

2000 Ivansxtc...Amanda Hill

2000 Skipped Parts...Delores

2000 The Guilty...Tanya Duncan

2000 Takedown...Julia

2000 Jack & Jill (TV Series)...Lucy

1999 Rituals and Resolutions (Short)...Mirabell

1997-1999 Cracker: Mind Over Murder (TV Series)...Det. Hannah Tyler

1999 200 Cigarettes...Caitlyn

1998 Seinfeld (TV Series)...Cindy
- The Maid (1998)

1998 The Wedding Singer...Linda

1998 Zero Effect...Jess

1997 Con Air...Ginny

1997 Friends (TV Series)...Chloe
- The One the Morning After (1997)
- The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break (1997)

1997 Breach of Faith: A Family of Cops II (TV Movie)...Jackie Fein

1996 Illtown...Lilly

1995 Family of Cops (TV Movie)...Jackie Fein

1995 The Pompatus of Love...Times Square Kisser

1995 The Wright Verdicts (TV Series)...Michelle Farnon
- Sins of the Father (1995)

1994 New York Undercover (TV Series)...Angela Mancini
- Garbage (1994)

1994 Dark Angel: The Ascent (Video)...Veronica

1993 Northern Exposure (TV Series)...Carla
- Jaws of Life (1993)

1992 Army of Darkness...Girl in S-Mart (uncredited)

1991 The Kids in the Hall (TV Series)...Strip Club On-looker
- Episode #3.1 (1991)

1988 Frantic...Extra (uncredited)

To see Then & Now pictures of Angela Featherstone, visit: Celebrity Nooz

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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Barbara Babcock - ALIVE
Born: 02/27/1937

Oliver Reed - DEAD (Heart attack)
Born: 02/13/1938 Died: 05/02/1999

Sally Kellerman - ALIVE
Born: 06/02/1936

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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

4/12
Ramesh Chandra Agarwal, 72, Indian newspaper publisher (Dainik Bhaskar), heart attack.
Akhilesh Das, 56, Indian politician and sporting executive, member of the Rajya Sabha (1996-2014), mayor of Lucknow (1993-1995), heart attack.
Mohammad Khoramshahi (fa), 105, Iranian writer and poet.
Charlie Murphy, 57, American comedian, actor and screenwriter (Chappelle's Show, Norbit, The Boondocks), leukemia.
J. Gordon Smith, 75, British politician, Lord Mayor of Chester (1994-1995).

4/11
Michael Ballhaus, 81, German cinematographer (Goodfellas, Air Force One, Bram Stoker's Dracula).
Eric Cook, British heavy metal band manager (Venom) and record label executive, co-founder of Demolition Records, cancer.
Eddy Fondo, 65, Kenyan radio broadcaster, complications from a gastrointestinal perforation.
Edward Francis, 86, Indian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Sivagangai (1987-2005).
Samir Frangieh, 71, Lebanese politician, MP (2005-2009), cancer.
Michael Gannon, 89, American historian and academic.
J. Geils, 71, American guitarist (The J. Geils Band).
José Ramón Gurruchaga Ezama, 86, Spanish-born Peruvian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Huaraz (1987-1996) and Lurin (1996-2006).
Dorothy Mengering, 95, American television personality (Late Night with David Letterman, Late Show with David Letterman).
Tom Modrak, 74, American sports executive (Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills), neurological disease.
David Perry, 79, English rugby union player.
Margit Schumann, 64, German luger, Olympic gold medalist (1976).
Niclas Silfverschiöld (sv), 82, Swedish nobility, baron of Västergötland and Gåsevadholm Castle.

4/10
David Angel, 62, British violinist (Maggini Quartet, London Chamber Orchestra), heart attack.
Givi Berikashvili, 83, Georgian actor, respiratory failure.
Bab Christensen, 89, Norwegian actress.
Sir Arnold Clark, 89, Scottish businessman (Arnold Clark Group).
Spike Dykes, 79, American football coach (Texas Tech Red Raiders), heart attack.
Jan Faiks, 71, American politician, member of the Alaska Senate (1982-1990), brain cancer.
Fred Furniss, 94, British footballer (Sheffield United F.C.).
Linda Hopkins, 92, American actress (Purlie, Me and Bessie) and singer ("Shake a Hand"), Tony winner (1972).
Dennis F. Kinlaw, 94, American academic, president of Asbury University.
Kirill Kovaldzhi, 87, Russian author.
Raymond Myles, 66, American judge, Circuit Court of Cook County (since 1999), shot.
David Parry-Jones, 83, Welsh TV presenter and writer (BBC), Alzheimer's disease.
Larry Reisbig, 77, American football player (Washington State Cougars) and coach (Long Beach State 49ers).
Larry Sharpe, 66, American professional wrestler (NWA), liver disease.

4/9
Knut Borge, 67, Norwegian journalist and entertainer.
Carme Chacón, 46, Spanish politician, Minister of Housing (2007-2008) and Defence (2008-2011), heart illness.
John Clarke, 68, New Zealand satirist (Fred Dagg, The Games).
Peter Hansen, 95, American actor (When Worlds Collide, General Hospital, Dragonfly).
Harry Huskey, 101, American computer scientist.
Kim Young-ae, 65, South Korean actress (The Attorney), pancreatic cancer.
Dieter Kottysch, 73, German middleweight boxer, Olympic gold medalist (1972).
Margarita Isabel, 73, Mexican actress (Cronos), emphysema.
Guy O'Sullivan, 49, British-born Canadian television producer (Britain's Worst Driver, MasterChef Canada) and journalist.
Jirí Ornest (cs), 70, Czech actor and theatre director, Alfréd Radok Award winner.
Jean Périmony (fr), 86, French actor.
Bill Sutherland, 82, Canadian ice hockey player (Philadelphia Flyers).

4/8
Ahmad Dahbour, 71, Palestinian poet.
Fishman, 66, Mexican professional wrestler (UWA, AAA), heart attack.
Al Golin, 87, American public relations executive (McDonald's), founder of Golin.
Georgy Grechko, 85, Russian cosmonaut, Hero of the Soviet Union, heart failure.
Eugene Lang, 98, American philanthropist.
Brian Matthew, 88, English TV and radio presenter (Saturday Club, Thank Your Lucky Stars, Sounds of the 60s).
Sir Douglas Myers, 78, New Zealand businessman (Lion Nathan), cancer.
Vasantha Obeysekera, 79, Sri Lankan filmmaker.
Park Nam-ok, 94, South Korean film director.
Joaquín Roldán, 63, Mexican lawyer and businessman (AAA, Lucha Underground).
Anri Volokhonsky, 81, Russian poet.
Bertie Wijesinghe, 96, Sri Lankan cricket player and coach.

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