Linda Gray started her career as Mrs. Robinson’s body double in “The Graduate.” Her breakthrough role followed when she starred as Sue Ellen in the “Dallas” remake.
She played the role from 2012-to 2014. She has also starred in the movie “The Entertainers,” “Expecting Mary,” and “Hidden Moon.” From 2016-to 2017, she acted in the T.V series “Hollyoaks,” as Tabby Maxwell-Brown and since then has had parts in the series “Hand of God” and “Hilton Head Island.” It looks like her career is still going strong.
Popular during the 1970s and 80s, this actress started her career in mini-movies and as a regular in soap operas. Her signature platinum blonde hair bore a strong resemblance to Marilyn Monroe.
The blonde bombshell continues to act today and recently starred in the T.V series “My Sister is So Gay,” from 2016-to 2018. She played the role of Frances.
Kim started off as a model and got her feet wet while debuting as an actor in the TV series “Gemini Man.” It was here that the world discovered her talent. Throughout the ’70s, she played in different T.V. series and movies like the remake of “From Here to Eternity.”
In the 1980’s she started to land bigger roles. Her most celebrated role and one that she won an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role was as Lynn Bracken in “L.A. Confidential.” In 2016, she starred in “The Nice Guys,” and in 2017’s “Fifty Shades Darker.”
Pam was very present in the 1970’s blaxploitation movie scene, where she played strong and dominant women. She acted in Jack Hill’s Coffy in 1973 and other movies like Foxy Brown and Sheba, Baby. Since then, she has acted in Jackie Brown and The Man with the Iron Fists and in the series L World.
In 2017, she starred in Bad Grandmas, a dark comedy feature film following four grandmothers who mistakenly kill a con man. At the moment she is starring in the T.V. series This is Us, alongside Mandy Moore, and just finished production for the upcoming comedy movie Poms with Diane Keaton.
Goldie had her breakthrough role on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In where she played a regular. Since then, her career took off. She has acted in multiple comedies like There’s a Girl in My Soup and Butterflies are Free and has shown her talent in satirical dramas like The Sugarland Express and Shampoo.
In 2013, Goldie recorded the voice of Peggy McGee in the animated series Phineas and Ferb. Apparently, Goldie still hasn’t tired of acting as she is returning to the big screen for the first film since 2002 and will star alongside comedian Amy Schumer in the mother-daughter comedy, “Snatched.”