Ann Pennington
Ann Pennington
Ann Victoria Pennington is an American model and actress. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its March 1976 issue. Her centerfold was photographed by Pompeo Posar and Phillip Dixon. She is the sister of fellow model Janice Pennington, and like Janice, appeared as a model on game shows. Her most notable work was as a regular on Card Sharks, but she also appeared as a substitute in 1976 on the Dennis James-hosted version of The Nighttime Price Is Right.
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Then & now Shaun Cassidy - Irish Times
Google News - over 5 years
He married a Playboy playmate, Ann Pennington, and tried vainly to court a more mature audience with his 1980 album Wasp, produced by Todd Rundgren. With his TV and music biz options closing, Cassidy found work on the stage, starring in a Broadway
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Diane Marie Kiesselbach - Laguna Beach Independent
Google News - almost 6 years
She is survived by her brother, David Rudolph (Meg); sister in law Kathleen Davis; children David Kiesselbach (Maria); Ann Pennington (Tim); Kevin Kiesselbach; Julie Sullivan( Gary); and grandchildren, Michelle, John, Justin, Kenny, Tommy, Deanna,
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Debra Pennington - Pekin Daily Times
Google News - almost 6 years
By Anonymous Debra Ann Pennington, 52, of 313 Birkett St., South Pekin, passed away at 12:17 pm Sunday, April 17, 2011, at her residence. Born Oct. 7, 1958, in Long Beach, Calif., to James F. and Agnes L. Hagerty Benson, she married “the love of her
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Mae Barnes, 89, Jazz Singer Famous for the Charleston
NYTimes - about 20 years
Mae Barnes, the sassy pop-jazz singer and dancer who introduced the Charleston on Broadway and later became a New York nightclub legend, died at Jamaica Hospital in Boston on Dec. 13. She was 89. She was being treated for cancer, said a friend, the theater historian Delilah Jackson. At the height of her popularity, Ms. Barnes appeared so frequently
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THEATER; An Old Show Kicks Off New Ones
NYTimes - about 23 years
Let the poets pipe of love In their childish way, I know ev'ry type of love Better far than they. THOUGH lots of new songs will be sung at the Stamford Center for the Arts over the next three months, can there be one to rival -- for the commotion it made -- Cole Porter's "Love for Sale," which was banned from the radio in 1930? And though, gladly,
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THEATER; A Fan of Modern Playwrights Is Still Stylishly Out of Fashion
NYTimes - about 23 years
TELL MAX STAFFORD-CLARK he's an anomaly and the director smiles in agreement. After three decades in the British theater, the 52-year-old Londoner knows how unfashionable a lifelong devotion to new writing can be. In England anyway, starry classics, musicals and the occasional foray into film and television tend to make reputations and pay
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Ms. Pennington Has a Wedding
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Elizabeth Ann Pennington and Lieut. (j.g.) James Judson Cowie, U.S.N., were married yesterday at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Pennington, N.J., by the Rev. John C. Belmont. Elizabeth Ann Pennington and Lieut. (j.g.) James Judson Cowie, U.S.N., were married yesterday at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Pennington, N.J., by the Rev. John
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Ms. Pennington To Wed in May
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maier Pennington of Pennington, N.J., have announced the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Ann Pennington to Lieut. (j.g.) James Judson Cowie, U.S.N., a son of Michaelin Reamy-Stephenson of Dunwoody, Ga., and James Donald Cowie of Atlanta. A May wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maier Pennington of Pennington,
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    TWENTIES
  • 1976
    Age 25
    She is the sister of fellow model Janice Pennington, and like Janice, appeared as a model on game shows. Her most notable work was as a regular on Card Sharks, but she also appeared as a substitute in 1976 on the Dennis James-hosted version of The Nighttime Price Is Right. She also appeared in commercials and for photos illustrating stories in Cosmopolitan magazine. Pennington married Shaun Cassidy, who was eight years junior to her, in December 1979. They had two children together, and divorced in approximately 1992.
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    She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its March 1976 issue.
    More Details Hide Details Her centerfold was photographed by Pompeo Posar and Phillip Dixon.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1950
    Born
    Born on June 3, 1950.
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