Where Are They Now - Friday, September 22, 2017
This week, let's see what's happening with actress Angela Cartwright, best known for her role in The Sound of Music.
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Debra Paget: Played Lilia in the movie "The Ten Commandments", she also appeared in "Love Me Tender" and other movies
Wally Cox: Starred in the TV series "Mr. Peepers", he was the voice of Underdog in the cartoon series "Underdog", later he was a longtime panelist on the TV game show "Hollywood Squares"
Bruce Beresford: Director, "Driving Miss Daisy", "Tender Mercies"
(Answer at the bottom)
Learn More About Angela Cartwright
September 9, 1952, Altrincham, Cheshire, England
CLAIM TO FAME:
She is best known for her roles as a child star, especially as Brigitta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music.
Cartwright married Steve Gullion in 1976 and has two children, Jesse and Rebecca Gullion.
Cartwright was born in England, but grew up in the U.S. as a child actress. She spent seven seasons on the TV series, Make Room for Daddy, and went on to appear in several films, including her famous role as Brigitta von Trapp in The Sound of Music. She played Penny Robinson in the hit TV series Lost in Space (1965-1968), and also appeared in TV commercials and on stage in the theatre.
Older sister is actress Veronica Cartwright.
Did her own singing in The Sound Of Music.
Is a fan of the television show 24.
Distant cousin of The Sound of Music co-star Heather Menzies.
Cartwright has been an artist and photographer for many years. She has a studio in Studio City, California which displays her fine art. Recently, three collections of her images as artist papers, vellums and transparencies were released under the name Angela Cartwright Artist Papers.
She also has two lines of rubber stamps called The Unruly Shadows and Unruly Girls Club made from her sketches. Images from these collections can be viewed at Cartwright Studio.
Cartwright has taught classes on her photo art techniques, and also authored her third book, In This Garden - Explorations In Mixed-Media Narrative.
Her first two books In This House - A Collection of Altered Art Imagery and Collage Techniques, which she co-wrote with artist Sarah Fishburn, and Mixed Emulsions - Altered Art for Photographic Imagery.
WHERE IS SHE NOW:
According to her website, you can join Cartwright on her Sound of Music tour in Bavaria and Austria in October 2017. She will take folks around Salzburg and share memories and behind the scenes stories.
WRITE TO ANGELA CARTWRIGHT:
10143 Riverside Drive
Toluca Lake, CA 91602
2010 Elf Sparkle and the Special Red Dress (TV Movie)...Miss Cow (voice)
2009 The Bolt Who Screwed Christmas (Short)...Daughter (voice)
1998 Lost in Space...Reporter #2
1985 Airwolf (TV Series)...Mrs. Cranovich
- Eruption (1985)
1983 High School U.S.A. (TV Movie)...Miss D'Angelo
1982 The Love Boat (TV Series)...Yanne
- Baby Talk/My Friend, the Executrix/Programmed for Love (1982)
1980 Scout's Honor (TV Movie)...Alfredo's Mom
1979 Beyond the Poseidon Adventure...Theresa Mazzetti
1977 Logan's Run (TV Series)...Karen
- The Collectors (1977)
1975 Mr. & Ms. and the Magic Studio Mystery (TV Movie)...Sally
1972 Room 222 (TV Series)...Phyllis
- The Nichols Girl (1972)
- Elizabeth Brown Is Failing (1972)
1971 Adam-12 (TV Series)...Cindy Williams
- Assassination (1971)
1970-1971 Make Room for Granddaddy (TV Series)...Linda Williams
1969 Medical Center (TV Series)...Angela
- U.M.C. (1969)
1965-1969 My Three Sons (TV Series)...Debbie Hunter / Alice Vail
- Chip and Debbie (1969)
- The Glass Sneaker (1965)
1965-1968 Lost in Space (TV Series)...Penny Robinson
1967 The Danny Thomas Hour (TV Series)...Linda Williams
- Make More Room for Daddy (1967)
1965 The John Forsythe Show (TV Series)
- Little Miss Egghead (1965)
1965 The Sound of Music...Brigitta
1965 Danny Thomas Reunion Special (TV Movie)...Linda Williams
1957-1964 Make Room for Daddy (TV Series)...Linda Williams
1962 Lad: A Dog...Angela
1961 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)...Guest Vocalist
- Episode #10.12 (1961)
1960 Shirley Temple's Storybook (TV Series)...Jane
- Babes in Toyland (1960)
1960 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series)...Irenee Wellington
- The Schartz-Metterklume Method (1960)
1958 The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour (TV Series)...Linda Williams
- Lucy Makes Room for Danny (1958)
1958 Whirlybirds (TV Series)...Susan Davis
- Glamour Girl (1958)
1957 Something of Value...Caroline (uncredited)
1956 Somebody Up There Likes Me...Audrey at Age 3 (uncredited)
To see Then & Now pictures of Angela Cartwright, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Debra Paget - ALIVE
Wally Cox - DEAD (Heart attack)
Born: 12/06/1924 Died: 02/15/1973
Bruce Beresford - ALIVE
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
Jimmy Magee, 82, Irish sports broadcaster.
Johnny Sandlin, 72, American record producer (The Allman Brothers Band), cancer.
Ronald E. Carrier, 85, American educator, President of James Madison University (1971-1998).
Paul E. Gray, 85, American professor, President of MIT (1980-1990), Alzheimer's disease.
Qamar ul Islam, 69, Indian politician, Member of Karnataka Parliament (1978-1983, 1989-1996, 1999-2004, since 2008), heart attack.
Buster Parnell, 83, Irish jockey.
Jean Plaskie, 76, Belgian footballer (Anderlecht, national team).
Zurab Sotkilava, 80, Georgian-Russian footballer (Dinamo Tbilisi) and opera singer, People's Artist of the USSR.
Pete Turner, 83, American photographer.
Kenji Watanabe, 48, Japanese Olympic swimmer (1984, 1988, 1992).
Paul Wilson, 66, Scottish footballer (Celtic, national team).
Bonnie Angelo, 93, American journalist (Time), complications from dementia.
Eugenio Bersellini, 81, Italian football player and manager, pneumonia.
Cris Bolado, 47, Filipino basketball player (Alaska Milkmen), traffic collision.
Gerd Bollmann, 69, German politician.
Mahant Chandnath, 61, Indian politician, MP for Alwar (since 2014), cancer.
Kirpal Singh Chugh, 84, Indian nephrologist.
René Drucker Colín, 80, Mexican scientist, researcher, and journalist.
Mary Fairfax, 95, Polish-born Australian philanthropist.
William F. Goodling, 89, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania (1975-2001).
Kate Guinzburg, 60, American film producer (One Fine Day, Dangerous Minds), ovarian cancer.
Bobby Heenan, 72, American professional wrestler, manager and commentator (WWF, AWA, WCW).
Dave Hilton, 67, American baseball player (San Diego Padres, Tokyo Yakult Swallows).
Bob Holland, 70, Australian cricketer (New South Wales, national team), brain cancer.
Fred Moore (fr), 97, French colonel and politician, MP (1958-1962) and Order of Liberation (2011).
Laudir de Oliveira, 77, Brazilian musician (Sérgio Mendes, Marcos Valle, Chicago) and producer.
Lucy Ozarin, 103, American psychiatrist.
Iftikhar Qaisar, 60, Pakistani actor.
Mohammed Taslimuddin, 74, Indian politician, MP for Araria (since 2014).
Bautista Álvarez, 84, Spanish Galician nationalist politician, heart attack.
Penny Chenery, 95, American racehorse owner and breeder (Secretariat).
Ted Christopher, 59, American racecar driver (NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour), plane crash.
Steve Evans, 59, English rugby league player (Hull F.C., Featherstone Rovers).
Mitchell Flint, 94, American fighter pilot (Navy, 101 Squadron).
José Florencio Guzmán, 88, Chilean lawyer and politician, Minister of National Defence (1998-1999).
Nicolaas Jouwe, 93, Papuan politician, West Papua independence leader.
Suresh Krishnamoorthy, 52, Indian journalist, stroke.
Brenda Lewis, 96, American opera soprano and theatre actress.
Nabeel Qureshi, 34, American Christian apologist, stomach cancer.
Marcelo Rezende, 65, Brazilian journalist and television presenter (Linha Direta), pancreatic and liver cancer.
Petr Šabach, 66, Czech writer (Babicky).
Arjan Singh, 98, Indian Air Force marshal, Lieutenant Governor of Delhi (1989-1990), heart attack.
María Cristina Arango Vega, 88, Colombian consort, First Lady (1970-1974).
Violet Brown, 117, Jamaican supercentenarian, world's oldest living person.
Alma Evans-Freke, 85, New Zealand television presenter.
Frode Granhus, 52, Norwegian author.
Mircea Ionescu-Quintus, 100, Ukrainian-born Romanian politician, Minister of Justice (1991-1992) and President of the Senate (2000), heart failure.
Tommy Irvin, 88, American politician, Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture (1969-2011), member of the Georgia House of Representatives.
Wolfgang Klein, 76, German lawyer, football director (Hamburger SV), and Olympic long-jumper (1964).
Izidoro Kosinski, 85, Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Três Lagoas (1981-2009).
Nan Rendong (zh), 72, Chinese astronomer.
Dwijen Sharma, 88, Bangladeshi naturalist, kidney disease.
Albert Speer Jr., 83, German architect (Expo 2000), complications from a fall.
Harry Dean Stanton, 91, American actor (Alien, The Green Mile, Big Love).
Geoff Wragg, 87, British horse trainer.