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Where Are They Now - Friday, July 21, 2017

Hello fans,

As a big fan of the classic sitcom 'Three's Company' I caught an episode the other day and it was one that featured actress Jenilee Harrison as Cindy Snow. I also remember her from 'The Love Boat', 'Dallas' and the James Garner vehicle, no pun intended, 'Tank'.

I wonder what she's been doing; how about you? Let's find out...

Take care,

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

Michael Cole: Co-starred as Pete in the TV series "The Mod Squad"

Charlotte Rampling: She has appeared in "Georgy Girl", "Orca", "The Verdict" and other movies

Cathy Lee Crosby: Co-host of the TV series "That's Incredible!"

(Answer at the bottom)

Jenilee Harrison

Learn More About Jenilee Harrison on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: 12 June 1958, Northridge, California, USA

BIRTH NAME: Jenilee A. Harrison

CLAIM TO FAME: Jenilee Harrison is an American actress best known for her role as the replacement blonde roommate Cindy Snow on the hit sitcom Three's Company, between 1980 and 1982. She went on to play Jamie Ewing Barnes in Dallas from 1984 to 1986.

FAMILY LIFE: She has been married to Bruce Oppenheim since 1993.

INFO: She was a Rams cheerleader from 1978-1980.

Spokesperson for numerous infomercial products.

Former Miss San Fernando Valley, Miss Hollywood and Miss Los Angeles.

She had posed for Playboy magazine and appeared nude in a couple of feature films, but her wholesome All-American image prevailed over her racier outings.

Before landing the role of Cindy Snow on Three's Company (1976), Jenilee Harrison had been a Los Angeles Rams cheerleader, a Kellogg's Corn Flakes box model and Miss Young America.

Jenilee Harrison she was cast on the hit comedy Three's Company as Suzanne Somers replacement, since the producers balked at Somers request for a huge salary increase.

TRIVIA: Has the distinction of playing the only character on Dallas (1978) to be killed off twice. Jamie Ewing Barnes was killed off the first time in the last episode of the "Dream Season" when she was blown up in her brother's car. The second time came midway through the next season, when she was killed while rock climbing in Mexico. Though the second death didn't occur on camera.

She has never had children of her own, but enjoys being a stepmother to her husband's children with Cybill Shepherd.

Stepmother of twins Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim and Zachariah Oppenheim.

She was very close to her mother and bought her a beach house on Malibu, California, with her earnings from Three's Company (1976). Her mother had shown to every taping of the show, showing her support.

She had never seen Three's Company (1976) until after she was cast. She said the reason she hadn't seen much television was because, growing up in California, her family always encouraged her to go play outside in the warm weather.

Her athletic prowess won her gold buckles in rodeos, and she also enjoys racing cars.

WHERE IS SHE NOW: Jenilee Harrison has been out of the acting game since 2002, but she does show up at conventions, autograph sessions, and meets with fans. She spends her time investing and is a very successful businesswoman.


2002 The Power (TV Movie)...Hillary

2000/I The Redemption...Sarah Snyder

1999 That '70s Show (TV Series)...Carol
- Red's Birthday

1999 AbSlide (TV Movie)

1995 Fists of Iron...Julie Weaver

1992 Illicit Behavior...Charlene Lernoux

1991 Prime Target...Kathy Bloodstone

1991 Curse III: Blood Sacrifice...Elizabeth Armstrong

1991 They Came from Outer Space (TV Series)...Dr. H.J. Pretzel
- Play Doctor

1988 She's the Sheriff (TV Series)...Grace
- Hair

1987 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)...Serena
- The Way to Dusty Death

1984-1987 The New Mike Hammer (TV Series)
- Lady Killer (1987) ... Maggie
- Shots in the Dark (1984) ... Shelley Steele

1987 Hotel (TV Series)...Brenda Thompkins
- Class of '72

1981-1987 The Love Boat (TV Series)...Connie Wilker / Sarah York / Sheila
- Who Killed Maxwell Thorn? (1987) ... Sarah York
- The Lady and the Maid/Love Is Blind/The Babymakers (1984) ... Sheila
- The Captain's Replacement/Sly as a Fox/Here Comes the Bride - Maybe (1983) ... Erica Dupont
- The Expedition/Julie's Wedding/The Mongala/Julie's Replacement/The Three R's/The Professor's Wife: Part 2 (1981) ... Connie Wilker
- The Expedition/Julie's Wedding/The Mongala/Julie's Replacement/The Three R's/The Professor's Wife: Part 1 (1981) ... Connie Wilker

1984-1986 Dallas (TV Series)...Jamie Ewing

1986 Simon & Simon (TV Series)...Jennifer Tucker
- Just Because I'm Paranoid...

1985 Loverboy: Lovin' Every Minute of It (Video short)...Waitress

1984 Tank...Sarah

1981-1984 Fantasy Island (TV Series)...Barbara Jessup / Jenny Ryan / Ginger Donovan
- Sweet Life/Games People Play (1984) ... Barbara Jessup
- The Angel's Triangle/Natchez Bound (1982) ... Jenny Ryan
- Show Me a Hero/Slam Dunk (1981) ... Ginger Donovan

1983 Bring 'Em Back Alive (TV Series)...Stacey
- The Shadow Women of Chung Tai

1983 Malibu (TV Movie)...Cindy

1980-1982 Three's Company (TV Series)...Cindy Snow

1979 240-Robert (TV Series)...Jill / College Girl
- The Applicant (1979) ... Jill
- Stuntman (1979) ... College Girl

1978 CHiPs (TV Series)...Cheerleader
- High Flyer

To see Then & Now pictures of Jenilee Harrison, visit: Celebrity Nooz


--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Michael Cole - ALIVE
Born: 07/03/1942

Charlotte Rampling - ALIVE
Born: 02/05/1945

Cathy Lee Crosby - ALIVE
Born: 12/02/1944



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Jake Butcher, 81, American banker and politician, financier of the 1982 World's Fair.
Blaoui Houari, 91, Algerian singer.
Charles Weston Houck, 84, American jurist, United States District Court for the District of South Carolina (1979-2003).
Abdur Ratin, 64, Indian actor (Devdas).
Fenwick Smith, 69, American flutist (Boston Symphony Orchestra).
Graham Wood, 45, Australian jazz pianist, bile duct cancer.

Gustavo Alessandri Valdés, 88, Chilean lawyer and politician, Mayor of Central Commune of Santiago de Chile (1987-1989) and MP (1961-1965, 1969-1971, 1998-2002).
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Max Gallo, 85, French writer, historian and politician.
Mauno Hartman, 87, Finnish sculptor.
Shigeaki Hinohara, 105, Japanese physician (St. Luke's International Hospital).
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Andrew Paulson, 59, American executive (SUP Media), lung cancer.
José Luis Sánchez Paraíso, 74, Spanish Olympic sprinter (1968, 1972, 1976).
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Robert Wu (zh), 67, Taiwanese entrepreneur (Eslite Bookstore).

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Val Jeffery, 82, Australian politician, ACT MLA (2016).
Raymond Sackler, 97, American physician.
Jeremy Strode, 53, British-born Australian chef, suicide.
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Trevor Baxter, 84, British actor (Doctor Who, Maelstrom, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow) and playwright.
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Jerry Bird, 83, American basketball player (Kentucky Wildcats, New York Knicks).
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Roland Cazimero, 66, American guitarist (The Brothers Cazimero).
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Régis Gizavo, 58, Malagasy accordionist.
Kim Hammond, 72, American judge (Seventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida) and football player (Florida State Seminoles).
Thor Lindsay, 59, American record producer (Tim/Kerr).
Tom Mitchell, 72, American football player (Baltimore Colts), lung cancer and diabetes.
Stephen Rice, 46, American radio host (KUT, KOOP), injuries sustained in ATV collision.
George A. Romero, 77, American-Canadian film director and screenwriter (Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow), lung cancer.
Cliff Whiting, 81, New Zealand Maori muralist, carver and teacher.
Wilfried, 67, Austrian singer ("Lisa Mona Lisa"), cancer.

Anne Buttimer, 78, Irish geographer, president of International Geographical Union (2000-2004).
Wesley Carr, 75, British Anglican priest, Dean of Westminster (1997-2006).
Warrick L. Carter, 75, American music educator and executive.
Agostino Cilardo, 69, Italian Arabist.
Justine Damond, 40, Australian veterinarian, instructor and life coach, shot.
Josef Hamerl, 86, Austrian footballer (Wiener SK).
Martha Kyrle, 100, Austrian physician.
Martin Landau, 89, American actor (Ed Wood, Mission: Impossible, North by Northwest), Oscar winner (1995).
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Vjekoslav Vojo Radoicic, 86, Croatian painter, sculptor, printmaker and stage designer.
Vladimir Tolokonnikov, 74, Kazakh-Russian actor.
Bob Wolff, 96, American sportscaster (Washington Senators).