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First Name
Ann

Last Name
Jillian

Birthday
1951-01-29

Height
68

Build
Average

Eye Color
Blue

Hair Color
Blonde

Birthplace
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Zodiac Sign
Aquarius

Ethnicity
White

Claim to Fame
It`s a Living

Nationality
American

Gender
Female

Adsafe
2

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Music Department, Soundtrack

Has Detailed Data (New)
1

Official Websites
www.annjillian.com

Full Name at Birth
Ann Jura Nauseda

Count - Awards
6

Age
63

Wikipedia Text

Ann Jillian (born January 29, 1950) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Cassie Cranston on the 1980s sitcom It's a Living.


Occupation Text
Actress

Distinctive Feature
Platinum blond hair

Religion
Roman Catholic

Current Partner
7425

Has Videos
1

Page Display = 2 (Legacy)
1

Maiden Name
Nauseda

Profile Bio Text
Ann Jillian (born January 29, 1950) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Cassie Cranston on the 1980s sitcom It's a Living.[1] Ann Jillian was born Ann Jura Nauseda in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1950, although some sources mistakenly cite 1951.[2][3] She was born to Lithuanian immigrant parents and speaks Lithuanian fluently. Jillian was raised as a devout Roman Catholic.[4] She has been acting since 1960 when she played Little Bo Peep in the Disney film Babes In Toyland. Jillian appeared as Dainty June in the Rosalind Russell-Natalie Wood 1962 movie version of Gypsy. She had several television appearances in the 1960s and 1970s, notably becoming a regular on the 1960s sitcom Hazel (1965-66 season) and appearing in the 1963 Twilight Zone episode "Mute" (credited as "Ann Jilliann") as the mute telepathic Ilse Nielson. In 1983, Jillian was honored by the Young Artist Foundation with its Former Child Star "Lifetime Achievement" Award recognizing her achievements within the entertainment industry as a child actress.[5] Jillian moved on to voice roles, for Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and Sealab 2020 in the early 1970s, but — told she was too tall to play youthful roles of the day and too young to play a leading lady — there was no more work for her in Hollywood. She took a department store job and studied psychology, but heeded the advice of casting director Hoyt Bowers and Walt Disney who had told her, "whatever you do, keep working at your craft".[6] Jillian married Andy Murcia, a Chicago police sergeant, on 27 March 1978,[7] and shortly thereafter Murcia retired to manage his wife's career. [8] Murcia later partnered with Joyce Selznick in management of Ann Jillian until Joyce died of breast cancer shortly after. In the late 1970s she toured in musical comedies including Sammy Cahn's Words and Music. After appearing with Mickey Rooney in the play "Goodnight Ladies" in Chicago, the producers cast Ann Jillian to appear in the original company of Sugar Babies on Broadway with Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller in 1979.[6] She also starred in "I Love My Wife" at the Drury Lane Theatre in Chicago. 1980s fame Jillian appeared in more than 25 films, mostly for TV. Though she had nearly two decades' worth of film and television credits already, she first came to national prominence in the 1980s series It's a Living,[1] a sitcom that elevated Jillian to sex symbol status in 1980. She was last to be signed onto this series and received last place billing. The show aired for two seasons on ABC before being cancelled due to low ratings and was sold into syndication for the burgeoning cable TV market. Toward the end of her time on the series for the ABC run, she portrayed Mae West in a 1982 made-for-TV film. The supporting cast included James Brolin, Piper Laurie and Roddy McDowall. Jillian was nominated for a lead actress Emmy and Golden Globe for her performance.[9] In 1983 she appeared in the John Hughes movie Mr. Mom with Michael Keaton and Teri Garr. The same year she appeared in the mini-series Malibu, starring Kim Novak, Eva Marie Saint and James Coburn. That fall she starred in her own sit-com, Jennifer Slept Here, in which she played a ghost in a variation on The Ghost & Mrs. Muir. By this time It's a Living had become a surprise success in syndication. in Philadelphia, 1984 Jennifer Slept Here ended in 1984, enabling her to take a role in the miniseries Ellis Island, co-starring Richard Burton, Faye Dunaway, Ben Vereen and Liam Neeson. Dunaway and Vereen were nominated for Golden Globes, and Jillian and Burton were nominated for Emmys. Bob Hope selected her to appear in six of his TV specials, including two entertaining U.S. troops stationed in Beirut (1984) and Saudi Arabia (1991). She displayed her athletic abilities on three Battle of the Network Stars specials and a Circus of the Stars special and appeared in the charity extravaganza Night of 100 Stars. She guest starred in TV specials for Don Rickles (1986) and David Copperfield (1987) and was on the dais at The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast for Mr. T (1984). In 1985 she played The Red Queen to Carol Channing's White Queen in an all-star television musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. The same year the producers of It's a Living made the relatively unheard-of decision to resume production of the series, by then a couple years off the air, for the USA cable network, and Jillian was contractually obligated to return to the series. Personal life Family and later work The following year she starred in the series Ann Jillian, which aired 13 episodes on NBC in the 1989-90 season. Jillian had a son, Andrew Joseph, in 1992. She has continued to act, with ten TV movie roles throughout the 1990s, though her TV and film credits have been sporadic since the late 1990s, as she decided to devote her

Couple Profile Source
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ann_Jillian

Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)
Agency for the Performing Arts L.A.

Brand Endorsement
TV commercials for Slim Fast weight loss products (1994-95)

Official Websites
www.nndb.com/people/113/000025038/

Year(s) Active
1960–2000

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