Ann-Margret gained national attention after she played Kim Mcafee in the movie adaptation, of the musical, “Bye Bye Birdie.” Her talents led her to have a super successful career, during the 1970s. She received academy award nominations for her work in “Carnal Knowledge” and “Tommy.” She also appeared in many other movies as well as variety TV shows. Her most recent role was in 2014, on the Showtime series “Ray Donovan.” However, she is currently credited with two roles in movies that have still not been released.
King is best known for winning the “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match verse male tennis-champion, Bobby Riggs, in 1973. In 1981, she became the first prominent female athlete to come out as gay. King continued to have success inside and out of the tennis world. In 1987, she was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame and in 2009 she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In 2014, she launched the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative to address inclusion and diversity issues in the workplace.
After her rise to fame role, as a regular on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, Goldie’s career continued to flourish. She appeared in multiple comedies like There’s a Girl in My Soup and Butterflies are Free. She proved she could take on various roles when she appeared in satirical dramas such as The Sugarland Express and Shampoo. In 2013, Goldie performed as a voice actor on the popular cartoon series Phineas and Ferb. Goldie will return to the big screen for the first time since 2002 in the mother-daughter comedy, “Snatched,” with famous comedian Amy Schumer.
Alison Arngrin is most known for playing Nellie Oleson in “Little House on the Prairie,” from 1974-1982. Since her days as nasty little Nellie, she has continued to act in various TV movies and TV films as well as write. In 2010, she released “Confessions of A Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated.” The book is a comedic memoir growing up as one of TV’s most memorable characters. Today she is also heavily involved in charity to raise awareness for aids as well as child abuse.
McCormick is best known for her portrayal as the eldest daughter Marcia on the TV series The Brady Bunch. After The Brady Bunch ended in early 1974, she continued to make cameos on various shows like Happy Days and Love Boat. In 2015, McCormick appeared in the Australian version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. She lasted 42 days and was the last evictee before the season finale. In 2016, McCormick returned to reality TV and placed 8th on Dancing with the Stars.
Teri landed her first significant motion picture role in Francis Ford Coppola’s The Conversation, in 1974. However, her big break came when she landed the role as Igna in Young Frankenstein. Her fame continued to grow with roles in Close Encounters of the Third Kind and The Black Stallion. In 2002, Garr publicly announced she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Soon after, she became a National Ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and National Chair for the Society’s Women Against MS program.