Kay Lenz
Actress
Kay Lenz
Kay Ann Lenz is an American actress. A former child performer, Lenz has worked primarily in television and has won two Emmy Awards.
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This Week In DVD: May 24th - Film School Rejects
Google News - almost 6 years
This is the better of the two films and features some solid car crashes and chase action accompanied by a highly improbable relationship between McHattie and Kay Lenz. Pitch: Hayden Panettiere is guilty. Of packing ten feet of hotness into a four-foot
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American Graffiti - DVD Talk
Google News - almost 6 years
By that time we had a better idea who Kathleen Quinlan, Kay Lenz, Joe Spano and Suzanne Somers were. Harrison Ford probably fell into this category too, considering that he had zoomed from unknown to superstar in the interim
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Fighting Mad / Moving Violation - DVD Talk
Google News - almost 6 years
Not one to bend for authority figures, Eddie does exactly what they told him not to do and heads back into town where he meets up with Cam Johnson (Kay Lenz) and after they share some ice cream they head to a random house that doesn't belong to them
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The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday – DVD Review - Monsters and Critics.com
Google News - almost 6 years
However, one dubbed Thursday (Kay Lenz) hides out in their wagon and hooks up with Sam, Billy and Joe. The three try to get their money out of Colby but he proves a wily operator. The defeated men decide to kidnap Colby's wife Nancy Sue (Elizabeth
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Review/Film; Mellencamp Goes Home For a Tale on Going Home
NYTimes - about 25 years
"Falling From Grace," directed by John Mellencamp and written by Larry McMurtry, unfolds in an invitingly familiar corner of McMurtry country, where old flames burn forever and the small town has the power of a magnetic field. The town in this case is Doak City, somewhere near Indianapolis, and the original home of Bud Parks (Mr. Mellencamp), a big
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Review/Television; 'Midnight Caller' Continues Its AIDS Story
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: NBC's ''Midnight Caller'' got stung last season with an episode about AIDS that triggered, and deserved, the strong protests of gay and other concerned groups. The main character was a bisexual man with AIDS who knowingly continued his promiscuous ways with unsuspecting partners. It was hardly the sort of depiction to calm existing public
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Reviews/Film; Burt Reynolds Up a Creek With Many Red Herrings
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: The fact that the weary, red-herring-strewn thriller ''Physical Evidence'' has been advertised as being ''from the producer of 'Jagged Edge' '' may give some idea of what the film's other selling points are worth. Actually, the presence of Burt Reynolds ought to help, since Mr. Reynolds looks great here and manages to seem smarter and more
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Review/Television; A 'Caller' Episode, On AIDS
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: In one crucial sense, tonight's debated episode of ''Midnight Caller'' -on NBC at 10 - is decidedly a step in the right direction. Dealing with AIDS, the program at least ventures into the homosexual community that was hit first and, until recently, hardest by the disease. With one or two exceptions, most television dramas on the subject
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AIDS Groups Protest Series Episode
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Any new television series hoping to survive wants to attract attention. But how much attention is too much? The producers of ''Midnight Caller,'' an acclaimed and already disputed new series from Lorimar and NBC, will find out on Tuesday, when a provocative episode about AIDS is scheduled to be shown. Any new television series hoping to
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Someone to Watch Over Me Starring Tom Berenger, Mimi Rogers, Lorraine Bracco, Jerry Orbach, John Rubinstein, Andreas Katsulas, Tony DiBenedetto. Directed by Ridley Scott. 1987. RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video. 105 minutes. $89.95. Rated R. Someone to Watch Over Me Starring Tom Berenger, Mimi Rogers, Lorraine Bracco, Jerry Orbach, John
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: I've Heard The Mermaids Singing Starring Sheila McCarthy, Paule Baillargeon, Ann-Marie McDonald, John Evans, Brenda Kamino, Richard Monette. Directed by Patricia Rozema. 1987. Charter Entertainment. 81 minutes. $79.95. Not rated. I've Heard The Mermaids Singing Starring Sheila McCarthy, Paule Baillargeon, Ann-Marie McDonald, John Evans,
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'Death Wish 4'
NYTimes - over 29 years
There is oddly enough, a philosoph ical premise to ''Death Wish 4.'' ''Anyone connected to drugs deserves to die,'' says a rich man who wants Charles Bronson to wipe out all the drug lords in Los Angeles. ''I need a few days to think about it,'' Mr. Bronson replies, as if he's a coy job applicant holding out for more money. In fact, this is the man
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'FAST WALKING'
NYTimes - over 34 years
''FAST WALKING'' is a prison melodrama of such consistent, proud witlessness that it deserves mention though not attendance. It was written, produced and directed by James B. Harris, whose only claim to fame is as the producer of Stanley Kubrick's early films, ''The Killing,'' ''Paths of Glory'' and ''Lolita.'' Its star is James Woods of ''The
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Kay Lenz
    THIRTIES
  • 1989
    Age 35
    She won an Emmy in 1989 for Midnight Caller.
    More Details Hide Details Lenz was the first wife (1977–82) of singer/actor David Cassidy.
  • 1984
    Age 30
    In 1984 she appeared in Rod Stewart's music video for the song "Infatuation".
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1976
    Age 22
    She made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gunsmoke, MacGyver, McCloud, Cannon, and Petrocelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man in 1976, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.
    More Details Hide Details She reprised her role for the sequel, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II (1976). Since the 1980s, she has played guest roles in numerous television series.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1953
    Born
    Born on March 4, 1953.
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