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Susan Howard

Female
Born Jan 28, 1944
Age 72
Hometown Marshall, Texas
Other Names Jeri Lynn Mooney

Jeri Lynn Mooney, better known as Susan Howard, is an American actress, writer, and political activist; best known for portraying the character Donna Culver Krebbs on the soap opera Dallas, Maggie Petrocelli on the television show Petrocelli, and to Star Trek fans for portraying Mara, the first female Klingon with a speaking role, in the episode "Day of the Dove". Howard is also a screenwriter and member of the Writers Guild of America.… Read More

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  • Obituary For Thomas Patrick Howard
    Baoadneck Patch - Jun 29, 2012
  • Dacula Soccer Teams Support Alzheimer’s Awareness
    Dacula Patch - May 06, 2012
  • Pallone Credits Oem, Beach Replenishment For Helping Protect Local Shore Towns Patch.Com
    Google News - Sep 01, 2011
  • Metro School Looking For New Bus Drivers News Channel5.Com
    Google News - Aug 31, 2011

Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1944 Birth Born on January 28, 1944.

TWENTIES

1973 29 Years Old In 1973, she appeared as Evan Sands on Lorne Greene's ABC crime drama Griff in the episode "Who Framed Billy the Kid?", with Nick Nolte as Billy Randolph, a football player accused of murder.

THIRTIES

1974 30 Years Old In 1974, Howard was cast as the co-star of the NBC series Petrocelli. … Read More
1976 32 Years Old Despite critical acclaim for Howard, the series was canceled in 1976.
1978 34 Years Old In 1978 Howard played a key role as Professor Kingsfields daughter Susan in series one, episode ten of The Paper Chase.
1980 36 Years Old Howard would return to guest spots including one on The Love Boat in 1980 and initially a 1979 appearance on Dallas as Donna Culver. … Read More

FORTIES

1987 43 Years Old In 1987 the show decided to not renew her contract. … Read More
1988 44 Years Old She became involved in the NRA after meeting Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre at the 1988 Republican National Convention in New Orleans.
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