Heather Locklear had run for president in the s, she would have been Babe-raham Lincoln. The '00s, however, have been a little tougher for the actress, who ruled the police beat, the big hair and the boardroom on classic soapy series such as T. Hooker , Dynasty and Melrose Place. Aside from popping up regularly in Aaron Spelling productions, Locklear was a modern-day pin-up icon, worshiped in Wayne's World she subsequently made a cameo in the sequel and considered just the spark a show needed to keep the rest of the cast on its toes.
Holiday Handbook: Browse shopping deals, recipes, tips for gathering safely and more. The gold standard by which all future black-hearted vixens would be measured on the small screen. Enter Amanda, who disrupted the lives of everyone around her with such delicious glee from working her way through just about every straight male character on the show to taunting a blind, hospitalized Allison just because she could that the show vaulted to must-watch guilty pleasure. Kimberly may have been loonier than a Canadian change machine, but Amanda was the baddest of them all. Eventually, Cordy softened from narcissistic holy terror into a snarky, gently self-centered sidekick, moved to L. But her coup de grace was getting cuckolded ex-husband Earl to take the fall for stealing a truck and inadvertently kidnapping the driver and do the jail time that was rightfully hers… after she turned a new leaf. She dominated Baccalieri like Lady Macbeth or, perhaps more appropriately, like Livia Soprano , positioning him higher in the family hierarchy to satisfy her own lust for power. Gotta love that. IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
She is also known for her role as Sammy Jo Carrington on Dynasty from to , her first major television role, which began a longtime collaboration with producer Aaron Spelling. Other notable television roles include Officer Stacy Sheridan on T. While at UCLA, she began modeling and working in commercials for the school store.
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