Missy Gold

Child actress Missy Gold

Missy Gold is a former American child actress. She is best known as portraying the Governor's daughter, Katie, on the TV sitcom Benson (1979–86). Melissa Fisher was born to Joe and Bonnie Fisher in Great Falls, Montana, one year after her elder sister, Tracey. In 1973, after her mother's remarriage to Harry Goldstein, both Missy and Tracey were legally adopted by their stepfather and became known as Tracey and Melissa Goldstein.
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Birthday
14 July 1970

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Celeb birthdays for the week of July 14-20
Yahoo News - over 4 years
July 14: Actor Harry Dean Stanton is 87. Actress-singer Polly Bergen is 83. Actor Vincent Pastore ("The Sopranos") is 67. Singer-comedian Kyle Gass of Tenacious D is 53. Actress Jane Lynch ("Glee") is 53. Actor Jackie Earle Haley is 52. Actor Matthew Fox ("Lost," ''Party of Five") is 47. Keyboardist Ellen Reid of Crash Test Dummies is 47. Singer-guitarist Tanya Donelly (Belly) is 47. Actress Missy Gold ("Benson") is 43. Singer Tameka Cottle of Xscape is 38. Country singer Jamey Johnson is 38. Musician taboo of Black Eyed Peas is 38.
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Andrea Paine: My Breast Cancer Survival Story: Teaching By Example
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Back in the day, when I was in ninth grade at Malcolm Campbell High School in Montreal, I played the flute in the high school senior band. Miss Gold, our band leader/teacher and a very involved and active conductor, was always looking for opportunities for our band to flourish and perform our magic. One of the opportunities we had was to do a band exchange with a school in Belleville, N.J., not far from New York City. It was during that time that I met Joanne and Donna, students and musicians at Belleville High School. They came to Montreal for a few days and both girls came to stay at my family home. When it was our turn to go to New Jersey, I stayed with Joanne's family. We put on concerts, went sightseeing and had a few parties. It was everything a 15-year-old travelling with a very cool and mother-like band leader and a busload of her fellow band members could imagine. I had a wonderful time, and the hospitality of my American family was warm and generous. Friends...
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What Do Americans Think About Gold?
Wall St. Cheat Sheet - almost 6 years
Precious metals have been relatively quiet this week. After posting its best weekly gain in two months, gold is trading slightly lower at about $1,650 per ounce. Meanwhile, silver is trading near $30.50 per ounce. Gold and silver are currently taking a pause, but have been in a bull market for more than a decade and apparently Americans are taking notice. According to a recent Gallup poll, gold leads four other types of investments when Americans were asked to pick the best long-term investment. The poll found that 28 percent of Americans view gold as the best investment vehicle for the long-term, compared to 20 percent selecting real estate. Paper assets such as stocks and savings accounts were tied for third place with 19 percent, as bonds finished last with only 8 percent. The new findings were part of Gallup’s April update of its annual Economy and Personal Finance poll. Don’t Miss: Gold & Silver: Bernanke Overshadows FOMC Minutes Although gold prices have declined from ...
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Gold and Silver Edge Lower after Manufacturing Report
Wall St. Cheat Sheet - almost 6 years
On Tuesday, gold (NYSEARCA:GLD) futures for June delivery fell $1.80 to settle at $1,662.40 per ounce, while silver (NYSEARCA:SLV) futures decreased 9 cents to close at $30.93. Both precious metals remained relatively quiet as the U.S. manufacturing sector showed expansion in April. According to the Institute for Supply Management, the manufacturing purchasing managers’ index last month increased to 54.8, compared to 53.4 in March. It was the fastest pace since June. A reading above 50 signals expansion. Don’t Miss: Gold & Silver: Bernanke Overshadows FOMC Minutes Economists were expecting a slight decrease in the index to 52.9. Ellen Zenter, a senior U.S. economist at Nomura Securities International Inc., said, “Manufacturing continues to be a bright spot in the recovery. We have yet to see a drop-off in foreign demand for U.S. manufactured goods and that comes despite all the concerns of a slowdown in the global economy,” according to Bloomberg. In afternoon trading, the...
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Parkinson's Awareness, Flea Markets, and Weekend Events You Won't Want to Miss
Simsbury Patch - almost 6 years
Good morning Simsbury! Today is Friday, April 27, 2012 and there are 248 days left in the year. Today's Weather: Mostly sunny skies are expected today with a slight breeze, according to the National Weather Service daily forecast. The afternoon temperature will reach a high of 54 degrees. Tonight: Mostly clear skies with an overnight low near 30 degrees. April is Parkinson's Awareness month. McLean Rehabilitation posted an interesting article about The Importance of Guided Physical Activity for those who are living with Parkinson's. Visit the McLean website for more information or call McLean Rehabilitation at 860-658-3745. It's Friday, which means it's time  for Terrific Two's storytime at the Simsbury Public Library. The library is hosting a special storytime for two year-olds and their parents or caregivers. Read stories, sing songs, play games, and enjoy some music this morning in the Discovery Room at the library. This event is free and you can just drop-i...
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Gold and Silver Close Lower After FOMC Statement
Wall St. Cheat Sheet - almost 6 years
On Wednesday, gold (NYSEARCA:GLD) futures for June delivery decreased $1.50 to settle at $1,642.50 per ounce, while silver (NYSEARCA:SLV) futures fell 39 cents to close at $30.57. Both precious metals traded lower, despite the Federal Reserve reaffirming its promise to keep interest rates near zero through at least 2014. Nine out of 10 Fed officials voted to keep the current monetary policies in place. Don’t Miss: Gold and Silver Miners Put Real Money Where Their Mouth Is The Federal Open Market Committee statement explained, “To support a stronger economic recovery and to help ensure that inflation, over time, is at the rate most consistent with its dual mandate, the Committee expects to maintain a highly accommodative stance for monetary policy. In particular, the Committee decided today to keep the target range for the federal funds rate at 0 to 1/4 percent and currently anticipates that economic conditions-including low rates of resource utilization and a subdued outlook for...
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Tera Patrick, Natasha Marley Cover Girls and Corpses Magazine - AVN News (press release)
Google News - over 6 years
The issue also features legendary death metal band Autopsy; an interview with Maniac director William Lustig; real fiji mermaid Lynn Pops; Nurses VS giant squid with Paula Labaredas, Missy Gold and Ashley Caple; Bong Of The Dead; Squirt Dr. Susan Block
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Tera Patrick, Natasha Marley Adorn 'Girls and Corpses' - AVN News (press release)
Google News - over 6 years
Also caught in the magazine's net are many other shots of "ocean horror," including features with mermaid Lynn Pops; a "nurses vs. giant squid" layout with Paula Labaredas, Missy Gold and Ashley Caple; Bong of the Dead; escort pro Rebecca Dankin;
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For Unknowns Of Pop, a Gig To Remember
NYTimes - over 23 years
DOCTOR ZAIUS, a pop-punk trio from Anchorage, is going to play the most important concert of its 18-month career tomorrow night, at Don Hill's in Greenwich Village. "At this point, this concert is our only shot," said Zall Shedlock, the band's 23-year-old bassist. "I think, after paying to get to New York, each of us is going to be broke for a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Missy Gold
    TEENAGE
  • 1984
    Age 13
    She appeared on Eight is Enough, Fantasy Island, Nancy Drew, and Trapper John, M.D. and earned a degree of fame playing Katie Gatling on Benson, where she won best young actress in a comedy series in 1984 before leaving the business.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1973
    Age 2
    Melissa Fisher was born to Joe and Bonnie Fisher in Great Falls, Montana, one year after her elder sister, Tracey. In 1973, after her mother's remarriage to Harry Goldstein, both Missy and Tracey were legally adopted by their stepfather and became known as Tracey and Melissa Goldstein.
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  • 1970
    Born
    Born in 1970.
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