Alison LaPlaca
American actor
Alison LaPlaca
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Birthday
16 December 1959
home town
State of New Jersey
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK;Working Days and Lightening Up at the Bus Depot
NYTimes - almost 21 years
There seems to be something of a neglected-child syndrome in NBC's treatment of "The John Larroquette Show." As the network's programming juggernaut scoops up powerful ratings, much is ballyhooed, justifiably, about "Seinfeld," "Friends," "E.R" and "Frasier." The Larroquette series tends to get reduced to a minor player. That's not so, in terms of
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On Prime Time, as in Real Life, Nothing Stays the Same Forever
NYTimes - about 21 years
LIFE goes on. Things change. Here today, gone tomorrow. So it is, also, for our 2-D cousins. Most contemporary network series, in an effort to mirror the twists and turns of the world on the other side of the screen, include a substantial number of fundamental changes each year. (Periodic overhauls also cope with exigencies like ambitious actors,
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TELEVISION; When J. R. Was Shot The Cliffhanger Was Born
NYTimes - over 21 years
IT HAD BEEN A TYPICAL DAY FOR J. R. Ewing. Only six death threats. That night, as he worked late in his office, two gunshots were fired. J. R. (played by Larry Hagman) fell to the floor. A cleaning woman soon discovered him, and the second full season of CBS's nighttime soap "Dallas" came to a close. "Who shot J. R.?" asked magazine covers, comedy
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Critic's Notebook; After American Dream, Waking Up Cranky
NYTimes - over 22 years
Headlines tell of job extinction becoming a familiar way of life in this country. Sociologists speak of the spreading pain of unmet expectations. Pundits examine the declining prospects for social mobility. And prime-time television rushes to make movies about weepy figure skaters and children murdering their parents. O.K., that's unfair. The
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UP AND COMING: Alison LaPlaca; What's a Woman Like You Doing in a Barn Like This?
NYTimes - over 22 years
AT FIRST, THE DECISION TO CAST Alison LaPlaca as Tom Arnold's wife in his new CBS sitcom, "Tom," seems a gaffe. To combine her wry sophistication with his style of broad bumbling, her command of the level gaze and the lower register with his workmanlike delivery -- well, there are moments in which it seems that Myrna Loy has momentarily dropped in
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Review/Television; Families on the Move To and From Their Roots
NYTimes - almost 23 years
It's family time on commercial television these nights, and for various reasons of sociology and audience demographics, parents and children are on the move. In "Tom," making its debut tonight at 8:30 o'clock on CBS, Tom Arnold transports his television family of wife and five children to a construction trailer on his parents' farm in Kansas while
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Review/Television; The Arnolds Tweak Their Detractors' Cheeks
NYTimes - about 24 years
ABC's new Tuesdays-at-9:30 P.M. sitcom, "The Jackie Thomas Show," could be subtitled "Roseanne's Revenge." Played with manic zest by Tom Arnold, Jackie is the menacingly lovable star of a top-10 comedy series, its backstage chaos bearing a remarkable resemblance to the weeping-and-wailing stories circulating behind the cameras of "Roseanne" a
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Review/Television; A Miracle! Frosty New Yorkers Thawed by Santa
NYTimes - almost 25 years
When it comes to Santa Claus and measuring what has come to be known as the holiday spirit, New York City is apparently the ultimate litmus test. If Santa can make it here, he can make it anywhere. The evidence, admittedly shaky, can be found in Christmas movies ranging from the evergreen "Miracle on 34th Street" to tonight's overly eager but
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Review/Film; The Bothersome Relatives Who Pay Visits and Stay
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: The fine art of relative-bashing, recently practiced in films like ''The War of the Roses'' and ''National Lampoon's Christmas,'' gets another go-round in ''Madhouse,'' a cheerfully mean-spirited comedy written and directed by Tom Ropelewski. It presents Kirstie Alley and John Larroquette as Jessie and Mark Bannister, yuppie lovebirds who
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TV Weekend; 'Open House,' New Sitcom
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: If the doings of some devious dimwits who work in a real estate office sounds like an unpromising premise for a sitcom, wait until you see the result - though that should not be taken as an invitation. ''Open House,'' which joins Sunday's Channel 5 lineup at 9:30 P.M., lives up uncompromisingly to its unpromise. If the doings of some devious
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1983
Born in 1983.
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