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Cybill Shepherd

Knowledge Identifier: +Cybill_Shepherd


Cybill Shepherd

American actress, singer and former model add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1950.

Countries: United States (83%), (9%), United Kingdom (3%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Bruce Willis, Elizabeth Ashley, Peter Bogdanovich

Linked to: Daily News, Glamour, Ralphs, American Broadcasting Company




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Cybill Shepherd was born in 1950 add something


Named after her grandfather Cy and her father Bill, Shepherd won the 1966 "Miss Teenage Memphis, Tennessee" contest at age 16, and the 1968 "Model of the Year" contest at age 18, making her a fashion star of the 1960s, resulting in fashion modeling work through high school and after add something


According to Shepherd's autobiography, it was a 1970 "Glamour" magazine cover that caught the eye of film director Peter Bogdanovich add something


Also in 1972, Shepherd posed as a Kodak Girl for the camera manufacturer's ubiquitous cardboard displays add something


In 1974, Shepherd released her debut studio album "Cybill Does It.. add something


Barry Brown (actor) - After playing opposite Cybill Shepherd in "Daisy Miller", Brown concentrated on television throughout the 1970s, including the TV movie "The Disappearance of Aimee" , about evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, and numerous TV episodes


In her autobiography she revealed that in 1978 she called her mother, crying, unhappy with the way her life and career were going, to which her mother replied "Cybill, come home add something


After a series of less successful roles, including "The Lady Vanishes", the remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1938 film of the same name, she dropped out of show business from 1978 to 1982 add something


Their daughter Clementine Ford was born in 1979 but the marriage ended in divorce in 1982 add something


Greydon Clark - In 1980, Clark directed "The Return", featuring Jan-Michael Vincent, Cybill Shepherd, and Martin Landau


Returning to acting in 1982, she took to the stage alongside James MacArthur in a theatre tour of "Lunch Hour" by Jean Kerr add something


Chuck Connors - In 1983, Connors joined Sam Elliott and Cybill Shepherd in the short-lived NBC series "The Yellow Rose," about a modern Texas ranching family


Glenn Gordon Caron - His 1985 show "Moonlighting" was a worldwide hit, it revitalised the career of Cybill Shepherd and launched the career of Bruce Willis


In 1987 she became pregnant by chiropractor Bruce Oppenheim and married him, giving birth to twins Cyrus Zachariah and Molly Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim during the fourth season of "Moonlighting" add something


Mark Harmon - Returning briefly to episodic television in 1987, Harmon had a limited engagement on the series "Moonlighting", playing Cybill Shepherd's love interest Sam Crawford for four episodes


Dedee Pfeiffer - Along with acting on stage, Pfeiffer starred in many films and on TV. One of her best-known TV roles is on Cybill Shepherd's television series "Cybill", as her daughter, "Rachel Blanders," from 1995–1997


Christine Baranski - Baranski was featured as Cybill Shepherd's hard-drinking friend Maryanne Thorpe in the CBS sitcom "Cybill", which ran from 1995 until 1998, during which time she hosted "Saturday Night Live" and won an Emmy *award as best supporting actress in a comedy series along with three other nominations


Linda Wallem - Wallem wrote for the Cybill Shepherd television situation comedy "Cybill" during its entire run from 1995 to 1998, occasionally acting on the series


Alicia Witt - Witt was introduced to a larger audience playing the role of Zoey Woodbine, daughter of actress Cybill Shepherd's character in the sitcom "Cybill" from 1995 to 1998


Peter Krause - Starting in 1996, Krause appeared in a recurring role as Cybill Shepherd's son-in-law Kevin on her sitcom "Cybill" for four seasons


Chuck Lorre - The show won two Golden Globe Awards in 1996 for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy and Best Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy for Cybill Shepherd


Bruce Willis - Cybill Shepherd wrote in her 2000 autobiography, "Cybill Disobedience", that Willis was angry at Director, because the character was written as a "neurotic, petulant actor


In 2003, she guest-starred on "8 Simple Rules" as Cate Hennessy's sister add something


From 2007, Shepherd appeared on the Showtime drama, "The L Word" as the character Phyllis Kroll for the show's final three seasons add something


Michelle Monaghan - In 2007, she starred in the remake of "The Heartbreak Kid", opposite Ben Stiller, as Miranda, the role originally played by Cybill Shepherd


In 2008, she joined the cast of the USA Network television series "Psych" as Shawn Spencer's mother, Madeleine Spencer add something


On November 7, 2008, Shepherd guest-starred in a February episode of the CBS drama "Criminal Minds" add something


In 2009, Shepherd was honored by the Human Rights Campaign in Atlanta to accept one of two National Ally for Equality awards add something


Linda Perry - In May 2009, she announced she was dating Cybill Shepherd's daughter Clementine Ford


After appearing alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt in the 2010 television film "The Client List", Shepherd became a regular on the series based on the film in 2012 and will continue this role in the show's second season in 2013 add something


In the fall of 2010, Shepherd appeared in an episode of ABC's new show, "No Ordinary Family" add something


In June 2012, she became engaged to boyfriend Andrei Nikolajevic add something


In July 2012, Shepherd made her Broadway debut in the revival of Gore Vidal's "The Best Man" at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre alongside James Earl Jones, John Stamos, John Larroquette, Kristin Davis and Elizabeth Ashley to positive reviews add something


In October 2014, as part of the publicity for "Do You Believe-", the upcoming Christian-themed film in which she will be starring, she revealed that she had returned to her Christian faith add something


By 2015, the engagement had been called off add something