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Currie, Sondra 1952–

CURRIE, Sondra 1952–


Full name, Sondra Marie Currie; born January 11, 1952, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Donald Currie and Marie Harmon (an actress); married Tony Young, March 20, 1976 (divorced, 1986); married Alan J. Levi (a director). Education: Attended San Francisco Valley State University.

Addresses: Agent—David Moss Agency, 733 North Steward St., Penthouse, Hollywood, CA 90038; Pinnacle Talent, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 510, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

Career: Actress. Singer; performer in the show "Bowman & Currie: Broadway, Blues and More." A. J. L. Productions, Universal City, CA, performer, producer, and writer, beginning 1986; SkylightCamelot Productions, Los Angeles, CA, producer, 1986–89; Theatre Group, Beverly Hills Playhouse, Beverly Hills, CA, founding member.

Member: Women in Film, Women in Media, Theatre Group, Environmental Media Association, SHARE, Inc.


Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) Rio Lobo (also known as San Timoteo), Paramount, 1970.

Terry, Teenage Seductress, Lima Productions, 1971.

Maggie, Gabriella (also known as Class of '74, Gabriella, Gabriella, and The Girls Most Likely To), General Film Corporation, 1972.

Addie, Mama's Dirty Girls, Premiere Releasing, 1974.

Lucy Bond, Policewomen (also known as The Insiders and Police Woman), Crown International Pictures, 1974.

Tara Alexander, Fugitive Lovers (also known as The Runaways), Emerson Film Enterprises, 1975.

Jessica, Jessi's Girls (also known as Wanted Women), Manson Distributing Corporation, 1976.

Lainy, The Last Married Couple in America, Universal, 1980.

Katherine, The Concrete Jungle, Pentagon Films, 1982.

Voyager from the Unknown, MCA Home Video, 1982.

Pamela Tate, The Education of Allison Tate (also known as The Abduction of Allison Tate), Monarch Home Video, 1986.

Mandy, Street Justice, Warner Bros., 1989.

Winnie, Joey Takes a Cab, 1991.

Yolanda, Illicit Behavior (also known as Criminal Intent), Prism Pictures, 1992.

Mrs. Edna Jones, Kid Cop, Brainstorm Media, 1996.

Natalie, Kept (also known as Playback), New City Releasing, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series:

Margot Field, Rituals, syndicated, 1985.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Harold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue (also known as 79 Park Avenue), CBS, 1977.

Rahab, Greatest Heroes of the Bible, 1978.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Rachel, The Return of Sam McCloud, CBS, 1989.

Mrs. Rocca, Columbo: Murder in Malibu (also known as Murder in Malibu), ABC, 1990.

Sergeant Hubach, Columbo: Columbo and the Murder of a Rock Star (also known as Murder of a Rock Star), ABC, 1991.

Teri Cloth, Alien Nation: Dark Horizon, Fox, 1994.

Mary Quinn, The Secretary, CBS, 1995.

Nora Toling, The Perfect Wife, Lifetime, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Miss Crawford, "Voices in the Dark," Mannix, CBS, 1971.

Cindy Love, "The Deadly Gamesman," Ironside, NBC, 1972.

Betty Edwards, "North Hollywood Division," Adam–12, NBC, 1973.

"The Flying Felix," The Odd Couple, ABC, 1974.

Rayne, "Don't Feed the Pigeons," Police Woman, NBC, 1975.

Vicky, "Legacy of Terror," Kolchak: The Night Stalker, ABC, 1975.

Marsha Stearns, "Tap Dancing Her Way Right Back into Your Hearts," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1976.

"Jailbreak," Bronk, CBS, 1976.

Nora Dubois, "A Girl in Her Twenties," The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1977.

Sherry Lee, "Alone Together," Three's Company, ABC, 1977.

Denise, "747," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1978.

"Hard Hats and Hard Heads," Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1978.

Ruby, "Murder in the Key of C," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1980.

Shelley Green, "Janet's Secret," Three's Company, ABC, 1981.

Claire Hipple, "Double Entry," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1982.

Francesca Morgan, "Not a Drop to Drink," Knight Rider, NBC, 1982.

Phyllis Shoemate, "Cooked Goose," Tales of the Gold Monkey, ABC, 1983.

Wanda Martine/Princess of Turbia, "The Big Blow," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1983.

Arlene Price, "Jack Takes Off," Three's Company, ABC, 1984.

Diana Norris/Gloriana, "Mind of the Machine," Airwolf, CBS, 1984.

Sherri, "Sonar ... and Yet So Far," Misfits of Science, NBC, 1985.

"A Very Practical Joke," Scene of the Crime, CBS, 1985.

Margaret Spencer, "Big Daddy's Little Lady," The Golden Girls, NBC, 1986.

Veronica, "Secrets of the Sun," Adderly, CBS, 1987.

Tish Smith, "Plan 10 from Outer Space," Probe, ABC, 1988.

"Separate Ways," Diamonds, CBS, 1988.

Sylvia Vincent, "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow," They Came from Outer Space, syndicated, 1991.

Carol Kendall, "Angel of Death," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992.

Katherine, "Ill–Gotten Gaines," Cheers, NBC, 1992.

Janet Lewis, "Provision 22," Robocop, syndicated, 1994.

Sharon, "Wedding Bell Blues," Family Matters, ABC, 1995.

Sheila Chadwick, "The Medium Is the Message," The Cosby Mysteries, NBC, 1995.

Anne, "Only Connect," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1998.

Herself, Intimate Portrait: Loni Anderson, Lifetime, 1999.

Angela Ritter, "Real Deal SEAL," JAG, CBS, 2000.

Dr. Macie Hammend (a psychologist; some sources cite Dr. Macie Amend), "Smith 282," The Fugitive, CBS, 2001.

Judge Lanzo, "It's Not Always about You," 7th Heaven, The WB, 2003.

"A Little Help from My Friends," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1977.

Agnes Spence, "Voyagers," Voyagers!, NBC, 1982.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in After the Fall, The Chesterfield Woman, Doubleplay, Hatful of Rain, Of Mice and Men, Real to Reel, Rhinoceros, and Separate Rooms.

Theatre Producer:

Producer of plays, including The Chesterfield Woman.

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