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Contemporary Theatre, Film, and Television: A Biographical by Monica M. O'Donnell

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PERSONAL: Born July 17, 1951, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Desiderio Alberto (actor, bandleader, producer) and Lucille Desiree (an actress; maiden name Ball) Arnaz III; 19 ARROWSMITH CONTEMPORARY THEATRE, FILM, AND TELEVISION • Volume 1 married Philip Menegaux (divorced); Laurence Luckinbill (an actor). EDUCATION: Attended public schools in California. , 1973-. CAREER: DEBUT—as a regular on her mother's TV show, Here's Lucy, for six seasons. NEW YORK DEBUT—Sonia Walsk, They're Playing Our Song, Imperial, 1979.

Rosewater, 1979, Little Shop of Horrors, 1982. ASHLEY, Elizabeth (nee Cole), actress AWARDS: Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Lyrics, Best Musical, New York Drama Critics Circle, Best Musical, Outer Critics Circle: Little Shop of Horrors. PERSONAL: Born August 30, 1939, in Ocala, FL; daughter of Arthur Kingman and Lucille (Ayer) Cole; married George Peppard (an actor; divorced); James Michael McCarthy; children: Christian (first marriage). EDUCATION: Attended Louisiana State University; prepared for the stage at the Neighborhood Playhouse and with Philip Burton.

FILM-DIALOGUE, Polish Android, 1970; screenplay, Vindicator, (tentative title), 1983. SHORT STORIES PUBLISHED—BareShouldered Gal, 1981; The Drone of Wings, 1981; Oswald's Back Alley, 1981; The Last White Main Sight, 1982. AWARDS: Received four commissions to write plays: South Coast Repertory Theatre, Costa Mesa, CA, Actors Theatre of Louisville; Wurlitzer Foundation Grant, Taos, NM, 197879: co-winner, First Prize, Actors Theatre of Louisville, First Annual New Play Festival, The Bridgehead, 1977.

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