Shalane McCall

American actress Shalane McCall

Shalane McCall is a former child actress, best known for appearing for five seasons on the hit CBS prime time soap opera Dallas playing Charlotte "Charlie" Wade, the daughter of Jenna Wade. Shalane was born and raised in North Hollywood, California, the daughter of Clark McCall and Cherie Holton. In 1983 she was recruited to play Jenna Wade's daughter on the Dallas TV series, a role she continued for five seasons. She briefly dated Brad Pitt around 1987.
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    TEENAGE
  • 1988
    Age 15
    In 1988, she appeared on Super Password with Bert Convy, Allison Smith, Rob Stone, and Jory Hussein. McCall married musician Trent Valladares, of the band "Clyde" in October 1989 (at age 17).
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1983
    Age 10
    Shalane was born and raised in North Hollywood, California, the daughter of Clark McCall and Cherie Holton. In 1983 she was recruited to play Jenna Wade's daughter on the Dallas TV series, a role she continued for five seasons.
  • 1972
    Born
    Born on September 16, 1972.
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