21 hours ago · This is an alphabetical list of American television actresses who have articles on Wikipedia. Some actors who are well-known for both film and TV work are also included in the list of American film actresses .
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1. Debbie Allenas Lydia Grant 2. Albert Hagueas Benjamin Shorofsky 3. Michael Thoma as Greg Crandall (season 1) 4. Carol Mayo Jenkinsas Elizabeth Sherwood (seasons 1–5, final episode of season 6) 5. Ann Nelson as Mrs. Gertrude Berg (seasons 1.07–6) 6. Morgan Stevensas David Reardon (season 2; recurring seasons 3–4) 7. Ken Swoffordas Principal Quentin Morloch (seasons 3–5.09) 8. Graham Jarvisas Principal Bob Dyrenforth (seasons 5.10–6) 9. Eric Pierpointas Paul Seeger (season 6.03)
1. Carlo Imperatoas Danny Amatullo 2. Gene Anthony Rayas Leroy Johnson 3. P. R. Paul as Montgomery MacNeil (season 1, final episode of season 6) 4. Lori Singeras Julie Miller (seasons 1–2) 5. Erica Gimpelas Coco Hernandez (seasons 1–3.08, episode of season 4, final episode of season 6) 6. Lee Currerias Bruno Martelli (seasons 1–3, final episode of season 6) 7. Valerie Landsburgas Doris Schwartz (seasons 1–4, final episode of season 6) 8. Billy Hufseyas Christopher Donlon (seasons 3–6) 9. Cynt...
1. Carmine Caridias Angelo Martelli (seasons 1–2) 2. Judy Farrellas Charlotte Miller (seasons 1–3) 3. Michael DeLorenzoas Michael (seasons 1–3) 4. Bronwyn Thomas as Michelle (seasons 1–4) 5. David Greenleeas Dwight Mendenhall (seasons 2–5) 6. Stephanie E. Williams as Stephanie Harrison (season 2) 7. Connie Needhamas Kelly Hayden (seasons 1.05–2.21) 8. Jimmy Osmondas Troy Phillips (season 2) 9. Sam Slovickas Cassidy (season 4) 10. Dick Milleras Lou Mackie (seasons 4–6) 11. Robert Romanusas Mil...
The show was produced by MGM Television and aired Thursday nights at 8:00–9:00 on NBC beginning on January 7, 1982. Despite glowing reviews from critics, ratings were less than impressive, and NBC cancelled it after only two seasons. However, by special arrangement with LBS Communications, MGM revived the series for first-run syndication in the fall of 1983, where it continued for four more seasons, with the last first-run episode airing in the US on May 18, 1987. Ira Steven Behr wrote 12 episodes of the series. He recalled: "I did three years on Fame, which was a lot of fun and was also in syndication. We had no one looking over our shoulder. We got to do some wonderfully bizarre things on the show, and the only time they gave us any trouble was the last show I was going to write after I knew we were cancelled. It was going to be Road Warrior meets Fame. It was a show that takes place in the future, and you could only sing for the state. It was a fascist society, and we were going...France: Series started on March 6, 1982, on TF1United Kingdom: Series started on June 17, 1982, on BBC One. Only the first four seasons were screened on BBC One; the full series was broadcast on The Children's Channel in 1992. The BBC also help...Sweden: Series started on September 5, 1982, on SVT1Israel: Series started in 1982
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released the first season of Fameto DVD in Region 1 on November 1, 2005. 20th Century Fox, under license from MGM and MGM Television, released the complete first and second seasons of Fame on DVD in Region 1 and Region 2 on September 15, 2009.On January 12, 2010, Fox released seasons 1 and 2 in separate collections. DVD releases also followed a similar pattern in Europe and Australia. Due to licensing issues, all DVDs contain some unspecified music substitutions.
The series won a number of Emmy awards, and in 1983 and 1984, was voted the Golden Globe Awards: Television, Best Series, Musical/Comedy. Actress, director and choreographerDebbie Allen, who had a small role in the motion picture, but played a major character in the television version, also won several awards.
On 27 December 2008, Channel 4 in the United Kingdom (despite Fame having originally been aired in Britain on BBC One) aired a 90-minute special titled Bring Back...Fame, which sought out and reunited some of the original cast members of the television series. Hosted by Justin Lee Collins, and apparently filmed the previous summer, the show followed the presenter around the United States as he tracked down actors from the series and then staged a reunion. The program showed Collins appearing to surprise the former cast members in locations, including restaurants, a recording studio, a gym, LAX airport, and a cinema, before interviewing them and persuading them to take part in the reunion. The actors featured were Debbie Allen, Carol Mayo Jenkins, Lee Curreri, Erica Gimpel, Valerie Landsburg, and Carlo Imperato. Also interviewed were Irene Cara and the mother of the late Gene Anthony Ray. Whether other actors from the series had also been approached but had declined to take part was...
In May 2019, eight members of the cast, Lee Curreri, Erica Gimpel, Carlo Imperato, Valerie Landsburg, PR Paul, Cynthia Gibb, Jesse Borrego, and Nia Peeples, performed two reunion concerts in Liverpool. This was the first time in over 35 years that the cast had performed together. A three-day fan convention, the Fame Family Experience, held in conjunction, was the first of its kind anywhere. Carol Mayo Jenkins, Loretta Chandler, and David Greenlee were special guests at the convention.Un Paso Adelante (Spanish series based on Fame)
For the series based on the Out of Sight novel and film, see Karen Sisco. Out of Sight was a British children's television programme airing on CITV between 7 November 1996 and 10 December 1998. The series ran for 3 seasons and 27 episodes and made by Central Independent Television, the producers of Woof!. It was written by Richard Carpenter and ...
21 hours ago · The Wire is an American crime drama television series created and primarily written by author and former police reporter David Simon. The series was broadcast by the cable network HBO in the United States. The Wire premiered on June 2, 2002, and ended on March 9, 2008, comprising 60 episodes over five seasons.
- June 2, 2002 –, March 9, 2008
- 60 (list of episodes)
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