Crowley, Pat 1929(?)– (Patricia Crowley)
CROWLEY, Pat 1929(?)–
Born September 17, 1929 (some sources cite 1933 or 1938), in Olyphant, PA; daughter of Vincent (a coal miner) and Helen (maiden name, Swartz) Crowley; married E. Gregory Hookstratten (a producer, agent, and attorney), February 2, 1958 (divorced); married Andy Friendly (a producer), April 5, 1986; children: (first marriage) Jon, Ann. Education: Attended the High School of the Performing Arts, New York City.
Career: Actress. Previously worked as a child model. Share Inc., vice president; West Lake School, member of board of directors; Good Shepherd School, member of board of directors.
Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1951; Golden Globe Award, most promising newcomer—female, 1954, for Forever Female and Money From Home.
Carol Randall, Southern Exposure, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1950.
Dorothy Bawke, Four Twelves Are Forty–Eight, 48th Street Theatre, New York City, 1951.
Helene Dupont, Tovarich, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1952.
Sally Carver (some sources cite Clara Mootz), Forever Female, Paramount, 1953.
Dr. Autumn Claypool, veterinarian, Money from Home, Paramount, 1953.
Susana Martinez De La Cruz, Red Garters, Paramount, 1954.
Julie Walsh, The Square Jungle, Universal, 1955.
Terry Roberts, Hollywood or Bust, Paramount, 1956.
Ann, There's Always Tomorrow, Universal, 1956.
Mary Dennison, Walk the Proud Land (also known as Apache Agent ), Universal, 1956.
The Wild Women of Wongo, Tropical, 1959.
Ann Morrow, Key Witness, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1960.
(As Patricia Crowley) Eloise Cott, The Wheeler Dealers (also known as Separate Beds ), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Elaine May Donaldson, To Trap a Spy, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 1966.
(As Patricia Crowley) Mary Lee McNeil, The Biscuit Eater, Buena Vista, 1972.
Lennie Howe, Off the Wall, Gregory, 1977.
Television Appearances; Series:
(As Patricia Crowley) Judy Foster, A Date with Judy, ABC, 1951–1952.
(As Patricia Crowley) Joan Nash, Please Don't Eat the Daisies, NBC, 1965–1967.
Georgia Cameron, Joe Forrester, NBC, 1975–1976.
Emily Fallmont, Dynasty, ABC, 1986.
(As Patricia Crowley) Rebecca Whitmore #1, Generations, NBC, 1989–1990.
Mary Scanlon Collins, Port Charles (also known as Port Charles: Torn, Port Charles: Time in a Bottle, Port Charles: The Gift, Port Charles: Tempted, Port Charles: Tainted Love, Port Charles: Surrender, Port Charles: Superstitions, Port Charles: Secrets, Port Charles: Naked Eyes, Port Charles: Miracles Happen, Port Charles: Fate, and Port Charles: Desire ), ABC, 1997–2003.
Television Appearances; Movies:
(As Patricia Crowley) Patricia Kettrick, The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca (also known as Elfego Baca ), 1958.
Leah McIver, Menace on the Mountain, 1970.
Mrs. Lenore Kennicut, Columbo: Death Lends a Hand, 1971.
(As Patricia Crowley) Sophina McClaren, Return of the Big Cat, 1974.
Maggie Carrington, Force of Evil (also known as Tales of the Unexpected ), 1977.
Carol Long, A Family Upside Down, NBC, 1978.
The Sky Trap, 1978.
Gloria Leland, Police Story: Confessions of a Lady Cop (also known as The Other Side of Fear ), 1980.
Pat Maris in 1998, 61* (also known as 61 ), HBO, 2001.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
(As Patricia Crowley) Maggie Randall, I Remember Caviar (broadcast as an episode of Goodyear Theatre ), NBC, 1959.
(As Patricia Crowley) J. B., The Rumor (broadcast as an episode of Schlitz Playhouse of Stars ), CBS, 1959.
Betty Anderson, The Untouchables: Parts 1 & 2 (broadcast as an episode of Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse; also known as The Scarface Mob and Untouchables: The Scarface Mob ), CBS, 1959.
(As Patricia Crowley) Maggie Randall, All in the Family (broadcast as an episode of Goodyear Theatre ), NBC, 1960.
Elizabeth Williams, The Two of Us, CBS, 1966.
Joan, You're Only Young Twice, CBS, 1967.
Georgia Cameron, Cop on the Beat (also known as The Return of Joe Forrester ), NBC, 1975.
Maggie Haines, The Millionaire, CBS, 1978.
Lucy Faber, Return to Fantasy Island (also known as Fantasy Island II ), ABC, 1978.
Beverly Gerber, International Airport, ABC, 1985.
Television Appearances; Specials:
The World of Entertainment, syndicated, 1982.
A Session with Mary Black, Cinemax, 1989.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
(As Patricia Crowley) "Three Smart Girls," The Chevrolet Tele–Theatre, 1950.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Sixteen," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1950.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Another Darling," The Ford Theatre Hour, 1950.
Magnavox Theatre, CBS, 1950.
(As Patricia Crowley) "The Shoes That Laughed," "Fairy Tale," and "Caprice," Armstrong Circle Theatre, NBC, 1952.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Treasure Chest," Goodyear Television Playhouse, NBC, 1952.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Night of Evil," Suspense, CBS, 1952.
(As Patricia Crowley) "The Terrible Truth," The Web, 1952.
Val, "The Pretext," Lux Video Theatre, CBS, 1954.
(As Patricia Crowley) Lorna Smith, "Two," The United States Steel Hour, ABC, 1954.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Guilty Is the Stranger," Goodyear Playhouse, NBC, 1954.
Intermission guest, "A Place in the Sun," Lux Video Theatre, 1954.
Your Show of Shows, 1954.
"Lost in the Dark," The Inner Sanctum, 1954.
Margie, "Middle of the Night," The Philco Television Playhouse, 1954.
Evelyn, "Presento," The United States Steel Hour, 1954.
(As Patricia Crowley) Hester Hicks, "Bachelor's Bride," General Electric Theatre, CBS, 1955.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Here Comes the Groom," Lux Video Theatre, NBC, 1956.
Sue Martin, "The 78th Floor," Climax, CBS, 1956.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Heat of Anger," West Point, CBS, 1956.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Girl with a Glow," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, CBS, 1957.
(As Patricia Crowley) "The Deadline," Crossroads, ABC, 1957.
"A Gun at His Back," The Frank Sinatra Show, ABC, 1957.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Coney Island Wedding," Crossroads, ABC, 1957.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Three Dollar Bill," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, 1957.
Verna Ellsworth, "Blizzard," The Loretta Young Show (also known as Letter to Loretta ), NBC, 1957.
"Time to Go Now," General Electric Theatre, CBS, 1958.
Helen Morris, "The Bargain," The Loretta Young Show (also known as Letter to Loretta ), NBC, 1958.
(As Patricia Crowley) Lydia Lynley, "The Rivals," Maverick, ABC, 1959.
(As Patricia Crowley) Anne Sanders, "Betrayal," Maverick, ABC, 1959.
(As Patricia Crowley) Stephanie Malone, "A Tale of Three Cities," Maverick, ABC, 1959.
(As Patricia Crowley) Helen Martin, "Competition," Wanted: Dead or Alive, CBS, 1959.
Johanna Martin, "Conspiracy of Silence," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1959.
Nancy Hodges, "Trouble in Fenton Valley," The Loretta Young Show (also known as Letter to Loretta ), NBC, 1959.
Amanda Stover, "Game at the Beacon Club," Bronco, ABC, 1959.
"Trial by Conscience," Cheyenne, 1959.
Joan Marchand, "Tampico Raid," Riverboat, NBC, 1960.
Sylvia Decker, "Threat of Evil," The June Allyson Show (also known as The DuPont Show with June Ally-son ), CBS, 1960.
"Operation Iceberg," The Tab Hunter Show, NBC, 1960.
(As Patricia Crowley) Karen Bryant, "The Jade Empress," Hong Kong, ABC, 1960.
The Roaring Twenties, ABC, 1960.
Louise, "The Body Beautiful," Michael Shayne, NBC, 1961.
Lydia, "Treasure Coach," Tales of Wells Fargo, NBC, 1961.
June Baker, "The Girl with a Glow," Alcoa Premiere, 1961.
(As Patricia Crowley) Josie Thompson, "Empty Hours," 87th Precinct, NBC, 1961.
Norma Wheeler, "Escort," The Detectives (also known as The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor ), NBC, 1961.
(As Patricia Crowley) Janet Parker, "A Very Present Help," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1962.
(As Patricia Crowley) Holly Baker, "The Quick Brown Fox," Cain's Hundred, NBC, 1962.
(As Patricia Crowley) "Incident of the Mountain Man," Rawhide, CBS, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Julia Grant, "The Actress," Bonanza, NBC, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Georgia, "Five Moments Out of Time," The Eleventh Hour, NBC, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Emily Norton, "The Witch," The Fugitive, ABC, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Ariel Wilder, "Love in the Wrong Season," Mr. Novak, NBC, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Doris Devlin, "The Toy Jungle," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Jackie Benson, "Printer's Devil," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1963.
(As Patricia Crowley) Susan Rambridge, "Between Music and Laughter," The Lieutenant, NBC, 1964.
(As Patricia Crowley) Ellen, "The Black Flower," Arrest and Trial, CBS, 1964.
(As Patricia Crowley) Claire Sutton, "A Sense of Tempo," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1964.
Elaine May Donaldson, "The Vulcan Affair," The Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC, 1964.
Carol Sinclair, "Mr. Biddle's Crime Wave," The Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1964.
(As Patricia Crowley) Enid Bentley, "A Matter of Murder," Alfred Hitchcock Theatre, CBS, 1964.
The Andy Williams Show, 1967.
"The Name of This Game Is Aquittal," Judd, for the Defense, ABC, 1968.
(As Patricia Crowley) Pearl "Angela" Van Owen, "The Hell Wind," The Virginian, NBC, 1968.
Molly Graham, "Boomerang," World of Disney (also known as Disneyland ), NBC, 1968.
"Love and the Modern Wife," Love, American Style, ABC, 1969.
"Menace on the Mountain," World of Disney, NBC, 1970.
(As Patricia Crowley) Christy Landon, "The Broken Puzzle," The Name of the Game, 1971.
"A Portrait of Debby," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1971.
Meg Parker, "Miracle at Santa Marta," Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1971.
(As Patricia Crowley) Helen, "One Lonely Stop," The Bold Ones (also known as The Bold Ones: The New Doctors ), NBC, 1971.
"All the Lonely People," Griff, ABC, 1973.
(As Patricia Crowley) Ellie, "Fingerprint," Police Story, NBC, 1974.
Match Game 73, 1975.
(As Patricia Crowley) Maggie Dolan, "The Man in the Shadows," Police Story, NBC, 1975.
(As Patricia Crowley) Lila Faro, "The Game of the Century," Matt Helm, ABC, 1975.
Marlene Simpson, "Trial by Prejudice," Police Woman, NBC, 1976.
Mrs. Mossman, "Castle of Fear," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976.
(As Patricia Crowley) Patty Picket, "The Long Bull," Police Story, NBC, 1976.
Lacey, "Welcome Home, Vinie," The Feather and Father Gang, 1977.
Noreen Badger, "The Last of the Stubings/The Million Dollar Man/Sisters," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978.
Valerie Pointer, "Guilt," The Rockford Files, 1979.
(As Patricia Crowley) Ellen, "Angels in Waiting," Charlie's Angels, 1979.
Susan Patterson, "A Potsie Is Born," Happy Days, 1980.
Dr. Elizabeth Fielding, "Woe to Wo Fat," Hawaii Five–O, 1980.
Marion Moss, "Hula Angels," Charlie's Angels, 1981.
Linda Bradley, "The Trigamist/Jealousy/From Here to Maternity," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981.
"Catching Up/Warbling out to Yore/Black Day at Black Rock," Aloha Paradise, 1981.
"Career Move," Today's F.B.I., 1981.
Linda Bradley, "Return of the Captain's Lady/Love Ain't Illegal/The Irresistible Man," The Love Boat, ABC, 1982.
"The Fantasy Island Girl/Saturday's Child," Fantasy Island, 1983.
Audrey Randolph, third wife, "The Purrfect Crime," Matt Houston, 1983.
"Notes about Courage," Trauma Center, 1983.
Lillian Heller, "The Final Countdown," Falcon Crest, 1984.
Lillian Heller, "Love's Triumph," Falcon Crest, 1984.
(As Patricia Crowley) Margot Howland, "Crossroads," Hotel, 1985.
Maggie Singer, "Broken Promises," Finder of Lost Loves, 1985.
Claudia Baron, "Knave of Diamonds, Ace of Hearts," Blacke's Magic, NBC, 1986.
Edie Howard, "No Laughing Matter," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987.
Claire, "Still Growing after All These Years," Empty Nest, 1990.
Marion Lawlor, "Beloved Infidel," Frasier, NBC, 1993.
(As Patricia Crowley) TV mom #5, "All about Rosey," Roseanne, ABC, 1995.
Elizabeth, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," Thunder Alley, ABC, 1995.
Sharon Ross, "Ruthless People," Melrose Place, Fox, 1996.
Audrey Cutler, "Santa Knows," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1997.
Audrey Culter, "Ready or Not," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1998.
Mrs. Burgin, "The One with Rachel's New Dress," Friends, NBC, 1998.
(As Patricia Crowley) Catherine Callaway, "With This Ring," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1998.
Audrey Cutler, "Budget Cuts," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1998.
Lily Stubing, "Reunion," The Love Boat: The Next Wave, UPN, 1998.
Mrs. Johnson, "P3 H20," Charmed, The WB, 1999.
Beverly Dunbar, "A Mother's Son," Family Law, CBS, 2000.
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