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Neely OHara
Oct 13th, 2004, 02:50 PM
(For you, Rog. :p )

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Neely OHara
Oct 13th, 2004, 03:12 PM
(Here you go, Rog. Mariette is so fascinating. :D )

Biography for
Mariette Hartley

Birth name
Mary Loretta Hartley
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Height
5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Mini biography
Mariette Hartley was born Mary Loretta, a name she dislikes, in Weston, Connecticut. She was raised in accordance with the principles espoused by her behavorial psychologist grandfather, John Watson, who believed that children should never be held or cuddled. She says that the lack of warmth at home is what drove her to the theatre. She studied with John Houseman at the Repertory Stratford and with Eva Le Gallienne at Lucille Lortel's White Barn Theatre. It took her six years to get her first movie, "Ride The High Country" with Joel McCrea. She then made a series of tv appearances and sitcoms. Ultimately she briefly appeared on the "CBS Morning Program" as a news anchor. She is most known, however, for her series of Polaroid commercials with James Garner. Mariette's father committed suicide with a self-inflicted gunshot in 1962. Her family kept it a secret for 25 years, but she eventually revealed the incident. This brought her considerable acclaim for speaking out about her devastation. She co-founded a suicide prevention foundation based her own past situation. She continues to work in the theatre and in 2000 was hosting the syndicated "Wild About Animals". Her children, Justine (b. 1978) is an actress and singer, and Sean (b. 1975) is a film-school graduate.


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IMDb mini-biography by
John Sacksteder <jsack@ka.net>
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Spouse
Patrick Boyriven (1974 - 1996) (divorced) 2 children
John Seventa (1960 - 1962) (divorced)

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Trivia
Educated at Carnegie Tech

Mariette was not allowed to show her belly button in Gene Roddenberry's _"Star Trek" (1966)_ episode "All Our Yesterdays" (1969) due to censors. But Gene got even: he had Mariette show TWO belly buttons in _Genesis II (1973)_ .

Is the grand niece of FDR's famous Secretary of the Interior, Harold Ickes.

Won an Emmy Award for her role in the memorable 1978 TV movie 'The Incredible Hulk Married' which co-starred the late Bill Bixby. Hartley and Bixby were later re-united when they worked together on the pilot episode for Diagnosis Murder.

*JR*
Oct 13th, 2004, 03:32 PM
Thanks, PP! BTW, that Star Trek episode was one of my all-time favorites! :D

ToeTag
Oct 13th, 2004, 03:40 PM
(For you, Rog. :p )

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What!! No Love Boat shots??

Helen Lawson
Oct 13th, 2004, 03:46 PM
I'm certain she boarded the Love Boat, possibly on more than one occasion. She was like 3 appearances shy of Charo's record.

ToeTag
Oct 13th, 2004, 03:49 PM
I'm certain she boarded the Love Boat, possibly on more than one occasion. She was like 3 appearances shy of Charo's record.
:lol: :lol:
cuchi cuchi
http://www.cultvegas.com/art/charo.jpg

Helen Lawson
Oct 13th, 2004, 03:53 PM
:lol: :lol:
cuchi cuchi
http://www.cultvegas.com/art/charo.jpg
You know what is truly amazing about that picture? Charo was like 55 when it was taken.

ToeTag
Oct 13th, 2004, 04:25 PM
You know what is truly amazing about that picture? Charo was like 55 when it was taken.
:worship: Ah the wonders of plastic surgery...if you look close she has Micheal Jackson nose...when he had a nose.

Neely OHara
Oct 13th, 2004, 05:58 PM
Hel and Sea, believe it or not Mari never guested on The Love Boat (though Joanie did).

Notable TV Guest Appearances

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999) playing "Lorna Scarry" in episode: "Choice" (episode # 5.7) 4 November 2003
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999) playing "Lorna Scarry" in episode: "Privilege" (episode # 4.17) 21 February 2003
"Biography" (1987) playing "Herself" in episode: "Bill Bixby: Chasing Perfection" 12 June 2001
"Kate Brasher" (2001) playing "Gloria Raskin" in episode: "Simon" (episode # 1.2) 3 March 2001
"Nash Bridges" (1996) playing "Libby" in episode: "ManHunt" (episode # 6.5) 3 November 2000
"Biography" (1987) playing "Herself" in episode: "James Garner: Hollywood Maverick" 2 October 2000
"Twice In a Lifetime" (1999) playing "Brook Canby/Janet Bryant" in episode: "O'er the Ramparts We Watched" (episode # 1.9) 3 November 1999
"Rosie O'Donnell Show, The" (1996) playing "Herself" 16 August 1996
"Caroline in the City" (1995) playing "Margaret Duffy" in episode: "Caroline and the Twenty-Eight-Pound Walleye" (episode # 1.13) 25 January 1996
"Courthouse" (1995) playing "Judge Katherine Wilkes" in episode: "Justice Delayed" (episode # 1.11)
"Murder, She Wrote" (1984) playing "Susan Lindsay" in episode: "Night of the Coyote" (episode # 9.6) 22 November 1992
"Big Show, The" (1980) playing "Host" (episode # 1.3) 18 March 1980
"Rockford Files, The" (1974) playing "Althea Morgan" in episode: "Paradise Cove" (episode # 6.1) 28 September 1979
"M*A*S*H" (1972) playing "Dr. Inga Halverson" in episode: "Inga" (episode # 7.16) 8 January 1979
"Incredible Hulk, The" (1978) playing "Dr. Carolyn Fields" in episode: "Married: Part 2" (episode # 2.2) 22 September 1978
"Incredible Hulk, The" (1978) playing "Dr. Carolyn Fields" in episode: "Married: Part 1" (episode # 2.1) 22 September 1978
"Logan's Run" (1977) playing "Ariana" in episode: "Futurepast" (episode # 1.10) 2 January 1978
"Kingston: Confidential" (1977) in episode: "Shadow Game" (episode # 1.1) 23 March 1977
"Police Woman" (1974/I) playing "Gloria Turner" in episode: "Banker's Hours" (episode # 3.15) 18 January 1977
"Oregon Trail, The" (1977) playing "Susan" in episode: "The Race" (episode # 1.7) 1977
"Most Wanted" (1976) in episode: "The Corrupter" (episode # 1.3) 30 October 1976
"Quest, The" (1976) in episode: "Shanklin" (episode # 1.3) 13 October 1976
"Little House on the Prairie" (1974) playing "Elizabeth Thurmond" in episode: "For My Lady" (episode # 2.19) 10 March 1976
"McCloud" (1970) playing "Ann Lassiter" in episode: "Lady on the Run" (episode # 5.7) 26 January 1975
"Barnaby Jones" (1973) playing "Carolyn Lacey" in episode: "Mystery Cycle" (episode # 3.8) 12 November 1974
"Streets of San Francisco, The" (1972) playing "Bonnie Harris" in episode: "Cry Help!" (episode # 3.9) 7 November 1974
"Barnaby Jones" (1973) playing "Vanessa Stevenson/Kohlmeyer" in episode: "Image in a Cracked Mirror" (episode # 2.23) 24 March 1974
"Gunsmoke" (1955) playing "Ellie Talley" in episode: "The Iron Blood of Courage" (episode # 19.19) 18 February 1974
"Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law" (1971) playing "Roberta Laughlin" in episode: "Snatches of a Crazy Song" (episode # 3.10) 5 December 1973
"Emergency!" (1972) playing "Mrs. Mannering" in episode: "Zero" (episode # 3.10) 24 November 1973
"Streets of San Francisco, The" (1972) playing "Officer Andrea 'Drea' McCormick" in episode: "Shield of Honor" (episode # 2.10) 15 November 1973
"Bob Newhart Show, The" (1972) playing "Marilyn Dietz" in episode: "Have You Met Miss Dietz?" (episode # 2.6) 20 October 1973
"F.B.I., The" (1965) in episode: "The Double Play" (episode # 8.20) 4 February 1973
"Bold Ones: The New Doctors, The" (1969) playing "Helen Burke" in episode: "A Purge of Madness" (episode # 4.10) 5 December 1972
"Ghost Story" (1972) playing "Sheila Conway" in episode: "Cry of the Cat" (episode # 1.9) 24 November 1972
"Gunsmoke" (1955) playing "Fiona Gideon" in episode: "The Judgement" (episode # 18.4) 2 October 1972
"Mannix" (1967) playing "Nurse Tara Gill" in episode: "Death in the Fifth Gear" (episode # 5.24) 8 March 1972
"Bonanza" (1959) playing "Miss Lola Fairmont" in episode: "The Iron Butterfly" (episode # 13.10) 28 November 1971
"Cade's County" (1971) playing "Frances Pilgrim" in episode: "The Armageddon Contract" (episode # 1.7) 7 November 1971
"Gunsmoke" (1955) playing "Kate Hume" in episode: "Phoenix" (episode # 17.2) 20 September 1971
"Marcus Welby, M.D." (1969) in episode: "To Carry the Sun in a Golden Cup" (episode # 2.11) 8 December 1970
"F.B.I., The" (1965) in episode: "The Impersonator" (episode # 6.9) 22 November 1970
"Bonanza" (1959) playing "Jennifer Carlis" in episode: "Is There Any Man Here?" (episode # 11.19) 8 February 1970
"Daniel Boone" (1964) playing "Sister Cecilia" in episode: "An Angel Cried" (episode # 6.13) 8 January 1970
"Love, American Style" (1969) in episode: "Love and the Fighting Couple" (episode # 1.14a) 5 January 1970
"Star Trek" (1966) playing "Zarabeth" in episode: "All Our Yesterdays" (episode # 3.23) 14 March 1969
"Outsider, The" (1968) playing "Mary Smith" in episode: "The Girl from Missouri" (episode # 1.14) 8 January 1969
"Daniel Boone" (1964) playing "Millie Boyd" in episode: "Valley of the Sun" (episode # 5.9) 28 November 1968
"Death Valley Days" (1952) playing "Tiger Lil" in episode: "Lady with a Past" (episode # 17.8) 19 November 1968
"Bonanza" (1959) playing "Mamyope/Alicia Purcell" in episode: "The Survivors" (episode # 10.9) 10 November 1968
"Death Valley Days" (1952) playing "Cynthia" in episode: "Bread on the Desert" (episode # 16.17) 2 March 1968
"Cimarron Strip" (1967) playing "Jessica Cabot" in episode: "Big Jessie" (episode # 1.20) 8 February 1968
"Death Valley Days" (1952) playing "Sister Blandina" in episode: "The Informer Who Cried" (episode # 16.6) 11 November 1967
"Legend of Jesse James, The" (1965) playing "Polly Dockery" in episode: "A Burying for Rosey" (episode # 1.34) 9 May 1966
"Death Valley Days" (1952) playing "Jessica Scott" in episode: "The Red Shawl" (episode # 14.13) 30 December 1965
"Bonanza" (1959) playing "Barbara Scott" in episode: "Right Is the Fourth R" (episode # 6.24) 7 March 1965
"Gunsmoke" (1955) playing "Ellie Merchant" in episode: "Big Man, Big Target" (episode # 10.10) 28 November 1964
"Virginian, The" (1962) playing "Kate Andrews" in episode: "Felicity's Spring" (episode # 3.5) 14 October 1964
"Breaking Point" (1963) playing "Lee Brandt" in episode: "No Squares in My Family Circle" (episode # 1.20) 10 February 1964
"Virginian, The" (1962) playing "Maria Peterson" in episode: "The Drifter" (episode # 2.19) 29 January 1964
"Twilight Zone, The" (1959) playing "Sandra Horn" in episode: "The Long Morrow" (episode # 5.15) 10 January 1964
"Travels of Jaimie McPheeters, The" (1963) playing "Hagar" in episode: "The Day of the Misfits" (episode # 1.13) 15 December 1963
"Breaking Point" (1963) in episode: "The Bull Roarer" (episode # 1.6) 21 October 1963
"Ben Casey" (1961) playing "Julie Carr" in episode: "For I Will Plait thy Hair with Gold" (episode # 2.25) 25 March 1963
"Dr. Kildare" (1961) playing "Ellen Hendricks" in episode: "Face of Fear" (episode # 2.22) 7 March 1963
"Gunsmoke" (1955) playing "Clarey Cotter" in episode: "Cotter's Girl" (episode # 8.19) 19 January 1963
"Stoney Burke" (1962) playing "Laura" in episode: "Bandwagon" (episode # 1.12) 17 December 1962

Helen Lawson
Oct 13th, 2004, 05:59 PM
She must have had a conflict with the Polaroid ad shooting!

ToeTag
Oct 13th, 2004, 06:40 PM
Neely posted:Hel and Sea, believe it or not Mari never guested on The Love Boat (though Joanie did). Well I guess even Love Boat had its standards.Who need Hartley when you can have Abe Vigoda