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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rance_Howard Ann Robinson California native and Hollywood insider Ann Robinson acted in grade-school plays, became an accomplished horse rider, and accepted professional work in Hollywood as a stunt rider in the film Frenchie with Shelley Winters.
She was a stunt woman in movies like Black Midnight (1949) and The Story of Molly X (1949).
She went on to write Hollywood Haunted, Dishing Hollywood and Timmy’s in the Well – The Jon Provost Story, a memoir she co-wrote with Jon, her celebrity husband.
Laurie is also at the reins of Living Legends Ltd., representing nostalgic celebrities for personal appearances.
He has performed with such varied artists/groups as David Foster, The Blue Man Group, The Boston Pops, Michael Feinstein, John Raitt, Steve Miller, Lionel Ritchie, Sammy Cahn, Kiri Te Kanawa, Bruce Hornsby, Condoleezza Rice and the Grateful Dead. Find out more about this amazing performer here: December 12 2016 at 7pm in the Sportsmen’s Lodge we are thrilled to be honoring, among others: Cathy Garver - This sweetheart of the TV and motion picture screen perhaps best known for her role as unforgettable Cissy in Family Affair is the best-selling author of memoir "Surviving Cissy: My Family Affair of Life in Hollywood" - a tale of faith, film, and Hollywood, and co-author X "Child Stars: Where Are They Now?
" Jackson - With her sparkling star on the Walk of Hollywood, this former child star went on to garner innumerable roles in film and television including: Make Room for Daddy, Start Trek, Lost in Space, Charlie’s Angels, The Twilight Zone, and many more.
Gray - Perhaps best known for her roll as Sue Ellen Ewing in Dallas, this multi-talented film, television and stage actress and director is also the author of bestseller “The Road to Happiness is Always Under Construction” and former Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations.
He has acted in many of his son’s films including Grand Theft Auto, Splash, Cocoon and Gung Ho.
Howard was known best for his role on television in 25 episodes of the 1960s TV series Gentle Ben—which starred his youngest son Clint—as Henry Broomhauer, a backwoodsman who befriended the family.