Priscilla Barnes
Actress
Priscilla Barnes
Priscilla Barnes is an American actress known for her role as nurse Terri Alden on the American television sitcom Three's Company, having been made the permanent replacement for Suzanne Somers. Barnes subsequently made appearances in films such as A Vacation in Hell, the James Bond thriller Licence to Kill, the Kevin Smith comedy Mallrats and the horror film The Devil's Rejects.
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Southwest Bancorp Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2011 Results Future Interest and ... - MarketWatch (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
On July 11, following a thorough executive search process, we announced the Board of Directors' appointment of John Danielson as Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer, and Priscilla Barnes as Executive Vice President and Chief Credit
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New Linnea Cinema - FANGORIA
Google News - over 5 years
Currently in preproduction is Hollow's DISCIPLES, in which Quigley will share the screen with Sybil Danning, Lloyd Kaufman, Debra Lamb, Priscilla Barnes, and potentially Barnes' DEVIL'S REJECTS co-star Bill Moseley, Hollow says
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ARTS, BRIEFLY; Second-Chance Showings
NYTimes - over 9 years
For the second year the New York International Fringe Festival, which ended yesterday after 16 days and 200 productions, will be followed by the FringeNYC Encore Series, offering quick revivals of selected shows. Starting on Thursday 12 of the festival's productions will be presented in rotating repertory at SoHo Playhouse and the Bleecker Street
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Dramatic Warning to a Candidate
NYTimes - over 9 years
The blond helmet of hair is unmistakable. So, too, are the black pants, the peach-colored vest and the tiny cross dangling from her neck. And then there are the familiar flashes of sarcasm and self-righteousness, of practicality and compassion, and the rejoinders about Republicans like this bit of dialogue: ''You know how much they hate me -- more
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THE WEEK AHEAD: AUGUST 5-11: THEATER
NYTimes - over 9 years
THEATER Steven McElroy Theater festivals of all sorts have overtaken the city recently, as they do every summer, but none compares in size or scope to the behemoth on the horizon: the New York International Fringe Festival, which starts Friday. Now in its 11th year, FringeNYC calls itself ''the largest multi-arts festival in North America,'' and
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FILM REVIEW;From Sean Penn, a Raw Style and a Vision
NYTimes - over 21 years
Sean Penn is a slugger of a film maker, whether pummeling his audience with the obvious or hammering home the heartfelt and true. His second feature, "The Crossing Guard," has the same brute force that made his "Indian Runner" such a gripping oddity, bearing the distinctive stamp of Mr. Penn's raw, searching style. Once again, for all the
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Three Women's Views Of On-Screen Eroticism
NYTimes - almost 22 years
"Erotique" is based on the principle of equal-opportunity eroticism. Three women from different countries have directed unrelated erotic films, which might have explored the differences between women's and men's sexual fantasies. Instead, two of the three -- by the American director Lizzie Borden and the German film maker Monika Treut -- prove that
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Reviews/Television; Geraldo Rivera as a Murder Victim on 'Perry Mason'
NYTimes - almost 25 years
The tired but durable "Perry Mason" formula hits on an unusually tantalizing gimmick this evening: Geraldo Rivera as murder victim. Before thousands weep or cheer, let it be noted quickly that Mr. Rivera is not really the victim. He is merely playing the title role in "The Case of the Reckless Romeo," tonight at 8 on NBC. But the character's
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: The Glass Menagerie Starring Joanne Woodward, Karen Allen, John Malkovich, James Naughton. Directed by Paul Newman. 1987. MCA Home Video. 134 minutes. $79.95. Rated PG. Contains some strong language. The Glass Menagerie Starring Joanne Woodward, Karen Allen, John Malkovich, James Naughton. Directed by Paul Newman. 1987. MCA Home Video. 134
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TV WEEKEND; WELCOMING '84 WITH A LOMBARDO, STEVE ALLEN OR DICK CLARK
NYTimes - about 33 years
THE television festivities for the eve of 1984, beginning at 11:30 tomorrow night, are not terribly different from any other year. The one most noticeable difference is that the Guy Lombardo Orchestra, playing as usual at the ballroom of New York's Waldorf-Astoria, will not be seen on network television but in a syndicated show, to be broadcast on
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'NEW ODD COUPLE,' 'CHASTITY GULCH'
NYTimes - over 34 years
YOU have got to have a gimmick, the old show-business adage insists, and the producer Garry Marshall (''Laverne and Shirley'' and so on) has come up with a clever one for an ABC-TV series that starts tonight at 8:30. ''The Odd Couple,'' based on a Neil Simon play, is being brought back as ''The New Odd Couple.'' The difference is that this time
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TV Weekend; FURTHER 'SCRUPLES,' ART AND 'A BET ON HUMANITY'
NYTimes - almost 36 years
THIS weekend's most delectable trash treat has to be ''Scruples,'' the made-for-television movie on ABC tonight at 9. It is a continuation of the story that made a lot of dollars for Judith Krantz in the form of a best-selling novel and a television miniseries. The credits note that the new venture is ''based upon characters from the book by Judith
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'SUNDAY LOVERS,' AN INTERNATIONAL MELANGE
NYTimes - almost 36 years
''SUNDAY LOVERS,'' which starts today at the Embassy 3 and other theaters, is a four-part sketch-film in which the bad outweighs the good three-to-one. Because the good sketch, ''An Englishman's Home,'' an English farce written by Leslie Bricusse and directed by Bryan Forbes, opens the picture, it's very easy (if one is desperate) to go see it and
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Priscilla Barnes
    FIFTIES
  • 2014
    Age 55
    Barnes appeared in a Hallmark Channel original movie called Elevator Girl, and appeared in 2014 in the recurring role of "Magda" on the CW series Jane the Virgin (2014).
    More Details Hide Details Barnes has been married to actor Ted Monte since 2003.
  • 2013
    Age 54
    In 2013, she appeared in Disaster Wars: Earthquake vs Tsunami.
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  • 2012
    Age 53
    In 2012, she co-starred as "Vicey Hatfield" in Bad Blood: Hatfields and McCoys.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1984
    Age 25
    After Three's Company was cancelled by ABC in 1984, Barnes appeared in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill as Della Churchill, the underwater sci-fi/action thriller Lords of the Deep (1989), Traxx (1988) with Shadoe Stevens, and in NBC's Perry Mason and the Case of the Reckless Romeo (1993), with Raymond Burr as Perry Mason.
    More Details Hide Details Her 1990s feature film appearances include Stepfather III (1992), Mallrats (1995), The Crossing Guard (1995), and Mumford (1999). Her 2000s work includes The Devil's Rejects (2005), Thr3e (2006), The Visitation (2006), and American Cowslip (2009).
  • 1982
    Age 23
    In 1982, Barnes starred in Aaron Spelling's The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch.
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  • 1981
    Age 22
    In 1981, Barnes was cast as Terri Alden on Three's Company after Suzanne Somers left the series after a contractual dispute with producers, and after Jenilee Harrison served as interim replacement Cindy Snow.
    More Details Hide Details The part, which is Barnes' most notable role, brought her instant public recognition. In the 1998 TV program E! True Hollywood Story, Barnes called Three's Company the "three worst years" of her life. Barnes revealed that after shooting a couple of episodes of the show, she felt "uncomfortable" on the set and asked, unsuccessfully, to be released from her contract. She remained friends with co-stars Joyce DeWitt and Richard Kline; they made public appearances together. Barnes was portrayed by actress Anne Ross in the 2003 television movie Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Three's Company.
  • 1980
    Age 21
    In 1980, Barnes landed a supporting role in Sunday Lovers.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1978
    Age 19
    In 1978, she starred in a TV series, The American Girls, which was canceled after seven weeks.
    More Details Hide Details Subsequent parts include the horror film Tintorera, and such television series as Starsky and Hutch, Kojak, The Rockford Files, The Love Boat, the 1978 TV version of The Time Machine and the 1979 television film A Vacation In Hell.
  • 1976
    Age 17
    In 1976, she began studying acting with coach Sal Dano, whose students included Tom Selleck, Robert Hays and Catherine Bach.
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    While working as a hostess at a Hollywood nightclub, Barnes posed nude for the "Pet of the Month" photo layout in the March 1976 issue of Penthouse magazine under the pseudonym Joann Witty.
    More Details Hide Details Penthouse later wanted to republish the photos under Barnes' real name in 1982 after she had become famous in Three's Company. The dispute ended up in court, as Penthouse wanted a judge to rule on the legality of publishing the pictures using her real name. At issue was a handwritten addendum to the standard model release contract that all models sign. When Penthouse lost the initial case, they appealed to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The appeal court mostly sided with Barnes and ruled that the handwritten addendum was legally binding and that Penthouse could not republish the photos using her real name.
  • 1973
    Age 14
    Barnes' first break came when Bob Hope saw her in a local fashion show and invited her to join his troupe for a 1973 performance at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. She subsequently moved to Los Angeles to attempt a career in show business in earnest.
    More Details Hide Details She appeared as an Amazon in The New Original Wonder Woman alongside Lynda Carter as the title character. Her second break came at 19 when she met Peter Falk at Pips. Six months later he gave her a one-line part in an episode of Columbo, which led to a series of bit parts in films like The Seniors (1978) and Delta Fox (1979).
  • OTHER
  • 1955
    Age -4
    Born on December 7, 1955.
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