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Hello fans,

Today we are catching up with Ann Jillian. I didn't know that
she was a child star. Not a huge one, but she appeared in some
Disney movies when she was a kid. In fact we have a picture
of her from one of her roles.

So let's get to finding out what Ann has been up to.

Be Well,
Anisa

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--DEAD OR ALIVE?

   See if you know if the following COMICS have had a visit 
   from the "Grim Reaper":  

- Don Rickles - Comedian known for his insults - but you knew 
  that, you hockey puck

- Milton Berle - Vaudevillian, comedian and huge star in the 
  1950s as host of the TV series "The Texaco Star Theater" 
  (later known as "The Milton Berle Show"), popularly known 
  as "Uncle Miltie" or "Mr. Television"

- Pat Cooper - Primarily known for his stand up routines, where 
  he often makes reference to his Italian heritage.

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                       ANN JILLIAN

BIRTH DATE: January 29, 1950, Cambridge, Massachusetts

BIRTH NAME: Ann Jura Nauseda 


CLAIM TO FAME: She is best known for her early 1980s TV 
series, 'It's a Living', a sitcom that elevated Jillian to 
sex symbol status. She was last signed into this series 
and received last place billing. 


FAMILY LIFE: Andy Murcia (March 1977 - present) 1 child 
Son, Andrew Joseph Nauseda H. Murcia, born on 
February 3, 1992.

INFO: Ann has been acting since 1961 when she played "Little 
Bo Peep" in the Disney film, Babes In Toyland. She appeared 
in the Rosalind Russell- Natalie Wood 1962 movie version of 
Gypsy. She later became a regular on the 1960s sitcom Hazel 
and did voices for Scooby Doo and Sealab 2020 in the 70's.


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TRIVIA: Speaks Lithuanian fluently.

Her parents fled from Lithuania on bicycles in 1944 during the 
second Soviet occupation.

Ann obtained a scholarship to the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, 
which gave her chance to study acting and music with some of the 
finest teachers in the country.

In 1979, was a huge hit on Broadway in "Sugar Babies" with Mickey 
Rooney and Ann Miller.

In 1985, at the age of 35, Ann was diagnosed with breast cancer 
and underwent a double mastectomy. She battled the disease 
courageously and successfully.

Future husband (and then-policeman) Andy Murcia pretended to be 
gay when he and Ann first met, so she wouldn't think he was just 
another man trying to pick her up.


WHERE IS SHE NOW: Her TV and film credits have been sporadic since 
the late 1990s, as she decided to devote herself to raising her 
son Andrew Joseph and to promoting breast cancer issues. Today, she 
mostly works as a motivational speaker and also performs as a singer 
in corporate and symphony pops circles. Ann, husband and son reside 
in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles.


WRITE TO ANN:
Ann Jillian
PO Box 57739 
Sherman Oaks, CA 91413


Official Website: www.annjillian.com


Click Here for Ann Jillian's Chili Recipe


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CREDITS:   
"Walker, Texas Ranger" .... Senator Angela Rhodes 
    - Winds of Change (2000) TV Episode .... Senator Angela Rhodes
"Touched by an Angel" .... Liz 
    - The Whole Truth and Nothing But... (1999) TV Episode .... Liz
I'll Be Home for Christmas (1997) (TV) .... Sarah
The Care and Handling of Roses (1996) (TV) .... Jean Townsend
Our Son, the Matchmaker (1996) (TV) .... Julie Longwell
It Was Him or Us (1995) (TV) .... Peggy Pomeroy
Fast Company (1995) (TV) .... Frances Matthews
The Disappearance of Vonnie (1994) (TV) .... Corrine Kaczmarek
Heart of a Child (1994) (TV) .... Alice Holc
MacShayne: Winner Takes All (1994) (TV) .... Miranda Church
Labor of Love: The Arlette Schweitzer Story (1993) .... Arlette 
Schweitzer
Mario and the Mob (1992) (TV) .... Alice
"Ann Jillian" (1989) TV Series .... Ann McNeil (unknown episodes)
Little White Lies (1989) (TV) .... Det. Elizabeth 'Liz' Donaldson
Original Sin (1989) (TV) .... Sharon
Perry Mason: The Case of the Murdered Madam (1987) (TV) .... Suzanne
Convicted: A Mother's Story (1987) (TV) .... Elizabeth (Billy) 
Nickerson
Killer in the Mirror (1986) (TV) .... Samantha DeLorca/Karen Edwards
Alice in Wonderland (1985) (TV) .... Red Queen
This Wife for Hire (1985) (TV) .... Valerie Roberts
"It's a Living" (1985) TV Series .... Cassie Cranston 
"Ellis Island" (1984) (mini) TV Series .... Nellie Byfield
Girls of the White Orchid (1983) (TV) .... Marilyn
"Jennifer Slept Here" (1983) TV Series .... Jennifer Farrell 
Mr. Mom (1983) .... Joan
Malibu (1983) (TV) .... Gail Hessian
Mae West (1982) (TV) .... Mae West
"Fantasy Island" .... Delphine McNab (1 episode, 1981)
    - Delphine/The Unkillable (1981) TV Episode .... Delphine McNab
"The Love Boat" .... Rena Ward (2 episodes, 1980)
"It's a Living" (1980) TV Series .... Cassie Cranston (unknown 
episodes)
"Kojak" .... Joanna (1 episode, 1974)
    - Die Before They Wake (1974) TV Episode .... Joanna
"Sealab 2020" (1972) TV Series (voice) .... Gail
"The New Scooby-Doo Movies" (1972) TV Series (unknown episodes)
Triangle (1970) 
"Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" (1 episode, 1966)
    - The Blue-Eyed Horse (1966) TV Episode 
"Off We Go" (1966) TV Series .... Debbie Towbridge
"Vacation Playhouse" .... Bev Ferguson / ... (2 episodes, 1965-1966)
    - Off We Go! (1966) TV Episode .... Debbie Towbridge
    - Alec Tate (1965) TV Episode .... Bev Ferguson
"Hazel" (1961) TV Series .... Millie Ballard (unknown episodes, 
1965-1966)
"Ben Casey" .... Penny Fletcher (1 episode, 1963)
    - It Is Getting Dark... And We Are Lost (1963) TV .... Penny 
Fletcher
"The Twilight Zone" .... Ilse (1 episode, 1963)
    - Mute (1963) TV Episode (as Ann Jilliann) .... Ilse
"Disneyland" .... Porsche 'Rocky' Sylvester (2 episodes, 1962)
    - Sammy, the Way-Out Seal: Part 2 (1962) .... Porsche 'Rocky' 
Sylvester
    - Sammy, the Way-Out Seal: Part 1 (1962) .... Porsche 'Rocky' 
Sylvester
Gypsy (1962) (as Ann Jilliann) .... 'Dainty' June
"Wagon Train" .... Sandra Carlson (1 episode, 1962)
    - The Hobie Redman Story (1962) TV Episode .... Sandra Carlson
Babes in Toyland (1961) .... Bo Peep
"Shirley Temple's Storybook" .... Little Girl (1 episode, 1960)
    - Madeline (1960) TV Episode (as Ann Nauseda) .... Little Girl
"Leave It to Beaver" .... Little Girl (1 episode, 1960)
    - Wally, the Businessman (1960) TV (as Anne Nauseda) .... Little 
Girl

Soundtrack:
Gypsy (1962) (performer: "Let Me Entertain You", "If Momma Was 
Married", "Broadway") 
Babes in Toyland (1961) (performer: "Never Mind, Bo-Peep")


Don't know who Ann is, want to see a then & now pix, visit:   
Ann Jillian   

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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE

- Don Rickles (ALIVE) Born: 05/08/1926

- Milton Berle (DEAD) Born: 07/12/1908  Died: 03/27/2002  

- Pat Cooper (ALIVE) Born:  07/31/1929


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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

4/18
- Iccho Itoh, 61, Japanese mayor of Nagasaki, shot. 
- Raymond Kaelbel, 75, French international footballer. 


4/17
- Nair Bello, 75, Brazilian actress, heart failure. 
- Len Fitzgerald, 76, Australian footballer, cancer.
- Kitty Carlisle Hart, 96, American actress (A Night at the Opera), 
  television personality (To Tell the Truth) and singer, pneumonia.  
- Glenn Sutton, 69, American country songwriter and record producer, 
  heart attack. 

4/16
- Gaetan Duchesne, 44, Canadian NHL player (1981–1995), heart attack. 
- Maria Lenk, 92, Brazilian Olympic swimmer (1932, 1936), rupture of 
  aortic aneurysm.

4/15
- Patricia Buckley, 80, Canadian-born socialite and fundraiser, wife 
  of William F. Buckley, Jr., infection after long illness. 
- Maria Antonietta Macciocchi, 84, Italian politician and journalist. 
- Brant Parker, 86, American cartoonist who co-created The Wizard of Id. 
- Justine Saunders, 54, Australian actress, cancer. 

4/14
- Don Ho, 76, American Hawaiian musician and entertainer, heart attack. 
- Jim Jontz, 55, American congressman Indiana (1987–1993), colon cancer. 
- Audrey Santo, 23, American brain-injured girl claimed to have 
  performed miracles, cardio-respiratory failure. 
- Kaoru Shibayama, 43 Japanese manga artist and author, heart failure. 
- Frank Westheimer, 95, American chemist. 

4/13
- Nathan Heffernan, 86, American judge, Chief Justice of the Wisconsin 
  Supreme Court (1983–1995). 
- Hans Koning, 85, Dutch-born writer and journalist. 
- Andrzej Kurylewicz, 75, Polish composer, jazz pianist and trumpeter. 
- Don Selwyn, 71, New Zealand actor and director, complications from a 
  kidney infection. 

4/12
- Alberto Agazzi, 108, one of the last Italian veterans of World War I. 
- Len Hill, 65, British cricketer for Glamorgan and footballer for 
  Newport County. 
- James Lyons, 46, American film editor, squamous cell carcinoma. 
- Pierre Probst, 93, French children's book author and illustrator.
- Sándor Szerényi, 101, Hungarian politician and head of the Hungarian 
  Chess Federation. 
- Haywood (Little Sonny) Warner , 77, American singer who earned a gold 
  record in 1959 with "“There’s Something on Your Mind".



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