Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cathy Lee Crosby
They split up in 1991.
More DetailsHide DetailsAccording to her autobiography, Let the Magic Begin, when Theismann sued for half of her assets, Crosby declared bankruptcy to stop his litigation.
In 1986, she was a guest commentator for the nationally televised special of World Wrestling Federation (WWF)'s WrestleMania 2.
More DetailsHide DetailsCrosby acted in the romantic comedy The Last Guy on Earth (2006) and also starred in the Lifetime movie Untamed Love (1994), based on Torey Hayden's One Child
Her sister is model/actress Cindi Crosby, who played Sandra on the "Peter and the Wolf" episode, season 5, of The Brady Bunch.
She was in a relationship with football star Joe Theismann throughout the early 1980s.
Crosby was a co-host of the TV series That's Incredible! from 1980 to 1984 on ABC, which remains in world-wide syndication.
More DetailsHide DetailsWhen the show first aired, she was sent a memo, what she's come to refer to as "the nipple memo", by the executives at ABC, informing her that it would be "acceptable" if she went braless during her appearances on the show. She declined, tossing off her own memo saying, "I would prefer to choose my own underwear."
She starred in the movie Coach with The Terminator star Michael Biehn in 1978.
In 1974, she starred as Wonder Woman in a made-for-TV movie of the comic book (a year before Lynda Carter would popularize the role in a weekly series).
More DetailsHide DetailsAlthough the telefilm was a ratings success, producers decided to retool the product to more closely resemble the comic book version, resulting in Carter playing the role. Crosby's incarnation of Wonder Woman makes a one-panel cameo in the comic book Infinite Crisis #6 as part of an alternate Earth.
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