Morgan Fairchild, originally known as Patsy Ann McClenny, gained critical acclaim after she played Jennifer Pace on the soap opera “Search for Tomorrow,” from 1973-1977. Her performance got her guest roles on “Happy Days,” “Kojak,” “and “Dallas.” However, her career really took off after she appeared in “Flamingo Road” and “Falcon Crest,” in the 80s.
She still acts today, recently starring in 2016’s “A Christmas in Vermont,” alongside Chevy Chase.
Beth Chapman was raised in Colorado. In her late 20s, she had a change of heart and decided she wanted to become a bail bond agent. She received her license becoming the youngest person to do so in Colorado history. (Her stepdaughter, Lyssa, later broke that record.)
In the mid-90s she met Duane Chapman, and they quickly became romantic partners as well as business partners. Millions of viewers have watched the two find fugitives across the country in their reality T.V series “Dog the Bounty Hunter.” Unfortunately, she was diagnosed with cancer in 2017 and, despite going into remission, Chapman passed away two years later, on June 26, 2019.
Victoria Principal was planning on becoming a doctor before she got into a serious accident. After the incident, she decided to pursue acting instead. She left everything and moved to Hollywood in 1970 and in 1972, she landed her first part in a movie as Marie Elena in “The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean.” However, she is most recognized for her role as Pamela Barnes Ewing in the soap opera “Dallas.” She played the part of Pamela from 1978-1987.
After “Dallas,” Principal acted in several TV shows and films. However, her last appearance was on the series “Titans” in 2001. Since 2001, she has spent her time doing charity work. She is very active in animal protection charities such as the Humane Society.
Bach was made famous by her role as Daisy Duke, a seductive brunette in denim cut-off shorts in the Dukes of Hazzard T.V series from 1979-1985. After the series ended, Bach had roles in a few low-profile films.
In 2012, she was cast on the daytime soap opera, The Young and the Restless, to play Anita Lawson. She had a role in the feature film “You Again” in 2010 and appeared on T.V shows like “Monk” and “Hawaii Five-O” in 2015.
Raquel ended the 60s with a bang, playing her iconic bikini-wearing character in One Million Years BC. Her fame only continued to rise in the 1970s. In 1973, she played in The Three Musketeers for which she won a Golden Globe award for her performance.
She also appeared in the thriller The Last of Shelia. Aside from acting, she wrote a Total Beauty and Fitness Program book and videos, as well as, a signature line of wigs called “HAIRuWEAR.” Recently, she has appeared in the House of Versace and The Ultimate Legacy.