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Where Are They Now - Friday, July 20, 2018

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Crystal Bernard - Wings
18 Votes

Kent McCord - Adam-12
13 Votes

Jan Smithers - WKRP in Cincinnati
11 Votes

Sherry Stringfield - ER
9 Votes


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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--

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

John Goodman: Played Dan Conner on the TV series "Roseanne", appeared in many movies, including "Raising Arizona", "The Flintstones", "Barton Fink", and "Blues Brothers 2000"

Phil Foster: Played Laverne's father, Frank DeFazio, on the TV series "Laverne & Shirley", appeared in the movie "Bang the Drum Slowly"

Tom Bosley: Played Mr. Cunningham (Mr. C) on the TV series "Happy Days", also played Father Dowling on the series "The Father Dowling Mysteries"

(Answer at the bottom)




Crystal Bernard

Learn More About Crystal Bernard on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: September 30, 1961 in Garland, Texas, USA

BIRTH NAME: Crystal Lynn Bernard

CLAIM TO FAME: She is an American singer-songwriter and actress best known for her role as Helen Chappel on the '90s sitcom 'Wings'.

FAMILY LIFE: Rumors claim that Crystal secretly married fellow singer Peter Cetera, but no proof has surfaced.

INFO: She got her start in primetime as K.C. Cunningham on the sitcom 'Happy Days' and first shot to stardom as waitress Amy Tompkins on the sitcom 'It's a Living'.

Moved to Los Angeles following high school graduation and initially took up songwriting before developing a strong interest in acting.

Despite being Baptist, she is not a firm believer in marriage.

TRIVIA: Crystal got her start as a child entertainer, singing with her father at revivals in the early 1970s.

She co-wrote the song "If I Were Your Girl", which is performed by Paula Abdul and appears on her album "Head Over Heels".

Graduated from Spring High School.

She sang the duet "Forever Tonight" with Peter Cetera.

Has written songs for Paula Abdul, Lisa Stansfield, Tracie Spencer, and Debbie and Angie Winans.

WHERE IS SHE NOW: It appears that Crystal Bernard had unofficially retired from show business in 2008 and has been maintaining a low profile for the last decade.

CREDITS:

2008 Grave Misconduct (TV Movie)...Julia London

2007 Welcome to Paradise...Debbie Laramie

2005 Meet the Santas (TV Movie)...Beth

2004 Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus (TV Movie)...Beth

2003 According to Jim (TV Series)...Lisa Christie
- The Ring

2001 Jackpot...Cheryl

1999 To Love, Honor & Betray (TV Movie)...Melissa Brennan

1999 A Face to Kill for (TV Movie)...Allison Bevens

1999 The Secret Path (TV Movie)...Marie Foley

1998 Gideon...Jean MacLemore

1990-1997 Wings (TV Series)...Helen Chapel / Helen Chapel Hackett
- 172 episodes

1997 Just Shoot Me! (TV Series)...Crystal Bernard
- Secretary's Day

1996 Dying to Be Perfect: The Ellen Hart Pena Story (TV Movie)...Ellen Hart Pena

1995 Siringo (TV Movie)...Kaitlin Mullane

1995 As Good as Dead (TV Movie)...Susan Warfield

1993 Miracle Child (TV Movie)...Lisa Porter

1992 Lady Against the Odds (TV Movie)...Dol Bonner

1990 When Will I Be Loved? (TV Movie)...Julie Weston

1990 Without Her Consent (TV Movie)...Marty

1989 Chameleons (TV Movie)...Shelly

1989 Guns of Paradise (TV Series)...Laura Clark
- A Proper Stranger

1985-1989 It's a Living (TV Series)...Amy Tompkins
- 93 episodes

1989 My Two Dads (TV Series)...Liz Schaefer
- The Courtship of Nicole's Fathers

1987 Slumber Party Massacre II...Courtney

1983-1985 The Love Boat (TV Series)...Susie Epshaw / Wendy 'Minerva' Pryor
- Ace Takes the Test/The Counterfeit Couple/The Odd Triple (1985) ... Susie Epshaw
- Long Time No See/The Bear Essence/Kisses and Makeup (1983) ... Wendy 'Minerva' Pryor

1984 High School U.S.A. (TV Movie)...Anne-Marie Conklin

1984 The Master (TV Series)...Carrie Brown
- State of the Union

1983 High School U.S.A. (TV Movie)...Anne-Marie Conklin

1982-1983 Happy Days (TV Series)...K.C. Cunningham / Mikki
- 16 episodes

1983 Fantasy Island (TV Series)...Ally Miller
- The Devil Stick/Touch and Go

1982 Young Doctors in Love...Julie

1982 Gimme a Break! (TV Series)...Kelly
- Hot Muffins

DISCOGRAPHY:

1999 - Don't Touch Me There

1997 - The Girl Next Door

To see Then & Now pictures of Crystal Bernard, visit: Celebrity Nooz

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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

John Goodman - ALIVE
Born: 06/20/1952

Phil Foster - DEAD
Born: 03/29/1914 Died: 07/08/1985

Tom Bosley - DEAD
Born: 10/01/1927 Died: 10/19/2010

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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

7/19
Denis Ten, 25, Kazakhstani figure skater, Olympic bronze medalist (2014), stabbed.

7/18
Adrian Cronauer, 79, American disc jockey, subject of Good Morning, Vietnam.
Carlos Aldunate Lyon (es), 102, Chilean Jesuit priest and writer.
A. I. Katsina-Alu, 76, Nigerian judge, Chief Justice (2009-2011).
Ling Li, 76, Chinese writer and historian.
Gopaldas Neeraj, 93, Indian poet, writer, film score and lyricist, lung infection.
Mo Nunn, 79, English motor racing team owner (Ensign Racing).
Pedro Pérez, 66, Cuban Olympic triple jumper.
Larry Robinson, 76, Canadian Hall of Fame football player (Calgary Stampeders).

7/17
Gary Beach, 70, American actor (The Producers, Beauty and the Beast, La Cage aux Folles), Tony winner (2001).
Rita Bhaduri, 62, Indian actress.
Yvonne Blake, 78, British-born Spanish costume designer (Superman, Nicholas and Alexandra, Jesus Christ Superstar), Oscar winner (1971), complications from a stroke.
Murabit al-Hajj, 105, Mauritanian Islamic cleric and scholar.
Mark Hayes, 69, American golfer, complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Honour and Glory, 25, American racehorse.
Bullumba Landestoy, 93, Dominican pianist and composer.
Saait Maajiet, 66, South African cricketer.
Radoslav Nenadál, 88, Czech writer and English-language translator (Sophie's Choice).
João Semedo, 67, Portuguese pulmonologist and politician, member of Assembly of Republic (2006-2015).
Langton Tinago, 68, Zimbabwean boxer, two-time Commonwealth lightweight champion (1980-1981, 1986-1987).
Robert H. Traurig, 93, American lawyer, founder of Greenberg Traurig.
Hugh Whitemore, 82, English playwright and screenwriter (The Gathering Storm, 84 Charing Cross Road, The Final Days).

7/16
Václav Burda, 45, Czech ice hockey player (national team) and scout (Ottawa Senators, Edmonton Oilers), traffic collision.
Gabriel Caruana, 89, Maltese artist.
Chow Kwai Lam, 75, Malaysian football player and manager (national team).
Jaime Guardia, 85, Peruvian charango player, composer and musicologist.
Robin Jones, 64, American basketball player (Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets, Olympique Antibes).
Marija Kohn, 83, Croatian actress.
Gabriel Rivera, 57, American football player (Pittsburgh Steelers, Texas Tech Red Raiders).
Evan Whitton, 90, Australian journalist (The Sydney Morning Herald), five-time Walkley Award winner.
Manuel Ycaza, 80, Panamanian-born American jockey, Belmont Stakes winner (1964 with Quadrangle), pneumonia and sepsis.

7/15
Ronny Fredrik Ansnes, 29, Norwegian cross-country skier, drowned.
Trevor Brewer, 87, Welsh rugby union player (Newport, London Welsh, national team).
Theryl DeClouet, 66, American jazz-funk singer (Galactic).
Ray Emery, 35, Canadian ice hockey player (Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Chicago Blackhawks), drowned.
Roman Korynt, 88, Polish footballer.
Mike Kudla, 34, American football player (Ohio State Buckeyes).
Stan Lewis, 91, American record label owner (Jewel Records).
Franco Mandelli (it), 87, Italian hematologist and cancer researcher.
Dragutin Šurbek, 71, Croatian table tennis player.

7/14
J. A. Bailey, 88, English cricket player and administrator, Secretary of Marylebone Cricket Club (1974-1987).
Mario Casalinuovo, 96, Italian politician, Deputy (1979-1987), Minister of Transports (1982-1983).
Gordon Chong, 74, Canadian politician, Toronto City Councilor (1980-1982), Chairman of the Greater Toronto Services Board (2001).
Christa Dichgans, 78, German painter.
Sir Alan Ewen Donald, 87, British diplomat, Ambassador to China (1988-1991), prostate cancer.
Claudia Griffith, 67, American politician, member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives (since 2014), heart attack.
Theo-Ben Gurirab, 80, Namibian politician, Prime Minister (2002-2005), President of the UN General Assembly (1999-2000), Speaker of the National Assembly (2005-2015).
Vidmante Jasukaityte, 70, Lithuanian writer.
Mick Langley, British snooker player, Paralympic champion (1988).
Don McAuliffe, 90, American football player (New York Giants, Michigan State University).
Davie McParland, 83, Scottish football player and manager (Partick Thistle, Queen's Park, Hamilton).
Masa Saito, 76, Japanese professional wrestler (NWA, NJPW, WWF), Parkinson's disease.
Ron Thomas, 67, American basketball player (Louisville Cardinals, Kentucky Colonels).
Petr Weigl, 79, Czech director, playwright and dramaturge.

7/13
Ponty Bone, 78, American accordionist, progressive supranuclear palsy.
Grahame Dangerfield, 80, British broadcaster and naturalist.
Stan Dragoti, 85, American film director (Mr. Mom, Necessary Roughness, Love at First Bite), complications from pneumonia.
Ray Frenette, 83, Canadian politician, Premier of New Brunswick (1997-1998).
Édouard Kassaraté (fr), 68, Ivorian military officer and diplomat, Army Chief of Staff (2005-2011), stroke.
Nélio Naja (pt), 65, Brazilian Muay Thai boxer.
Frank Giroud, 62, French comics writer.
Naturalism, 29, New Zealand-born Australian racehorse.
Atukwei Okai, 77, Ghanaian poet and academic (University of Ghana).
Claudio Pieri, 77, Italian football referee.
Siraj Raisani, 55, Pakistani politician, bombing.
K. Rani, 75, Indian playback singer.
Luc Rosenzweig, 74, French journalist and writer.
Claude Seignolle, 101, French author.
Thorvald Stoltenberg, 87, Norwegian politician, Minister of Defence (1979-1981), Minister of Foreign Affairs (1987-1989, 1990-1993).