Candice Azzara

as Edna Pinsly in the movie Doin Time on Planet Earth

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Was born at 18 May 1945 (now is 73 years old) in Brooklyn, New York, USA
There is some small facts about Candice Azzara:
  • Played "Gloria" on the second pilot ("Those Were the Days" (1969)) for "All in the Family" (1971) . 'Kelly Jean Peters' played "Gloria" on the first pilot ("And Justice for All" (1968)) before 'Sally Struthers (I)' was finally selected.
  • Aunt of 'Lana Parrilla' .
  • Uses scores of wigs to recreate different looks and characters. She has three basic colors of wigs that she uses all the time. The red has won her a lot of work on TV and film, the blonde is often used for commercials, and the darker wig is for more ethnic parts.
  • Appeared on Broadway, including "Lovers and Other Strangers," written by 'RenĂ©e Taylor (I)' and 'Joseph Bologna' . They went on to hire her for the TV sitcom "Calucci's Department" (1973) , which starred the late 'James Coco' .
  • Studied voice, speech, poetry, ballet, opera and acting classes (with 'Lee Strasberg' in her early years.
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There is the list of movies, where Candice Azzara was taked part:
1 Doin Time on Planet Earth movie Doin Time on Planet Earth 1988 as Edna Pinsly
2 Million Dollar Infield movie Million Dollar Infield 1982 as Rochelle Levitas
3 Bocce Balls movie Bocce Balls 2005 as Aunt Tilly
4 Catch Me If You Can movie Catch Me If You Can 2002 as Darcy
5 Dance Til Dawn movie Dance Til Dawn 1988 as Florist
6 Divorce Wars: A Love Story movie Divorce Wars: A Love Story 1982 as Sylvia Bemous
7 Easy Money movie Easy Money 1983 as Rose Capuletti
8 Fatso movie Fatso 1980 as Lydia
9 Final Approach movie Final Approach 2007 as Elizabeth Foxhaven
10 Hearts of the West movie Hearts of the West 1975 as Waitress
11 House Calls movie House Calls 1978 as Ellen Grady
12 How to Survive the 70s and Maybe Even Bump Into Happiness movie How to Survive the 70s and Maybe Even Bump Into Happiness 1978 as Sheila
13 In Her Shoes movie In Her Shoes 2005 as Sydelle Feller
14 Land of the Free movie Land of the Free 1998 as Waitress
15 Little Boy movie Little Boy 2015 as Bertha
16 Made for Each Other movie Made for Each Other 1971 as Sheila
17 Oceans Twelve movie Oceans Twelve 2004 as Saul's Lady
18 One Last Ride movie One Last Ride 2004 as Gina's Mother
19 Pandemonium movie Pandemonium 1982 as Bambi
20 The Christmas Pageant movie The Christmas Pageant 2011 as Ethel Clark
21 The Flight Before Christmas movie The Flight Before Christmas 2015 as Debbie
22 The Grady Nutt Show movie The Grady Nutt Show 1981 as Mona Thompson
23 The Hungry Bachelors Club movie The Hungry Bachelors Club 1999 as Hannibal Youngblood
24 The Love Boat II movie The Love Boat II 1977 as Amy Mitchell
25 The Making of Easy Money movie The Making of Easy Money 1983 as Herself
26 The Worlds Greatest Lover movie The Worlds Greatest Lover 1977 as Anne Calassandro
27 They Might Be Giants movie They Might Be Giants 1971 as Teenage Girl
28 Todds Coma movie Todds Coma 2005 as Trina's Mother
29 Unstrung Heroes movie Unstrung Heroes 1995 as Joanie
30 Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? movie Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? 1971 as Sally
31 Wives movie Wives 1975 as Mary Margaret
32 All in the Family movie All in the Family 1971 as Gloria
33 Babes movie Babes 1990 as Dr. Ramirez
34 Baretta movie Baretta 1975 as Rusty
35 Barney Miller movie Barney Miller 1974 as Miss Lambert
36 Caluccis Department movie Caluccis Department 1973 as Shirley Balukis
37 Caroline in the City movie Caroline in the City 1995 as Angie
38 CHiPs movie CHiPs 1977 as Cheri
39 Diffrent Strokes movie Diffrent Strokes 1978 as Delores
40 Doogie Howser, M.D. movie Doogie Howser, M.D. 1989 as Joanne Lester
There is the list of some printed articles of Azzara, Candice:
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1977, Vol. 24, Iss. 11, pg. 166, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema 1977"
There is the list of some quotes of Candice Azzara:
  • I was inspired by Fellini's ('Federico Fellini' ) film La strada (1954) .
  • I will always thank my parents for the colorful, creative life they introduced me to. Mom was always my biggest fan. She was always in the audience. She's in heaven now yet I still feel her in the audience.
  • Growing up in Brooklyn prepared me for show business. At home Dad created his own one-man band playing harmonica, guitar, and cymbals. My parents would sing country western songs, yodeling, while my sisters, brother and I would sing along and dance. My neighborhood was filled with comics, high drama and boys singing on the corners.
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