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Posts Tagged ‘Terry Moore’

Filmmaker Shocked by Manson Girls Submissions

Writer-director Susanna Lo recently put out the word to Hollywood agents and managers that she needed an actress around the age of 60 for a small cameo role in her upcoming Thora Birch project Manson Girls. When Lo started sorting through the responses, she was shocked to find a virtual who’s who of mature leading ladies.

The list began with Terry Moore, one-time resident of Peyton Place and Oscar nominee for Come Back, Little Sheba, and included everyone from Academy Award winner Shirley Jones (pictured) and recent Walk of Fame inductee Diane Ladd to Cheryl Ladd, former Dynasty diva Joan Collins and even Lo’s ideal choice of Kathleen Turner.

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VH1–More Reality Shows

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The Salt ‘N’ Pepa Show–the female rap duo will reunite on and off the stage.

America’s Most Smartest Model–a reality competition series, hosted by Mary Alice Stephenson and Ben Stein (And it’s a series! Who’d a thunkit?)

Click!–fashion photographer Russell James mentors 10 amateur photographers–all together in a downtown L.A. loft to learn the ins and outs of becoming a fashion photographer. (Just ask Giles Bensimon about that!)

Danny Bonaduce’s Child Star (tentative title)–Danny will guide talented kids and their stage parents through various challenges on how to make it in today’s Hollywood. (Do the challenges include substance abuse?)

Old Skool with Terry and Gita–series follows 77-year old former movie star Terry Moore and 72-year old former model Gita Hall as they discover various younger generation subcultures.