Knowledge Identifier: +Shelley_Fabares
Arnold Laven - During the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Levy-Gardner-Laven team remained active as producers on such films as "Clambake", a 1967 Elvis Presley musical co-starring Shelley Fabares, "The Scalphunters", an 1968 western directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Burt Lancaster, Ossie Davis and Telly Savalas, and "Kansas City Bomber", a 1972 drama starring Raquel Welch as a roller derby athlete
In 1962 Fabares' recording of "Johnny Angel" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100
Fabares left "The Donna Reed Show" in 1963 to pursue a film career
Fabares married Jan & Dean's record producer, Lou Adler, in June 1964, separating in 1966 and divorcing in 1980
Jill Gibson - Gibson co-wrote the b-side single "He Don't Love Me" for Shelley Fabares' "More Teenage Triangle" LP in 1964 with Berry
Lou Adler - Lou Adler was married to actress and singer Shelley Fabares in 1964 and produced several of her songs
Medical Center (TV series) - The series' pilot film, "U.M.C.", was televised on CBS on April 17, 1969, starring Edward G. Robinson as Dr. Lee Forestman and Richard Bradford as Dr. Joe Gannon, with Daly and Totter appearing in the roles they would later play in the series; the film starred Kim Stanley, Maurice Evans, Kevin McCarthy and Shelley Fabares
In 1984 Fabares married actor Mike Farrell, and is stepmother to his two children, Erin and Michael
Donna Reed - In 1987, Grover Asmus , actresses Shelley Fabares and Norma Connolly, and numerous friends, associates, and family members created the Donna Reed Foundation for the Performing Arts
For her work, Fabares was nominated twice for a Primetime Emmy award, and in 1994, she was honored by the Young Artist Foundation with its Former Child Star "Lifetime Achievement" award for her role as "Mary Stone" on "The Donna Reed Show"
In October 2000 she received a life-saving liver transplant after being diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by John Vierling, M.D.