Jean Moorehead is remembered mostly for being one of the early Playmates, as well as a frequently-employed calendar and magazine model. She was fairly busy as an actress, though, and was in several genre films.
Kit Smythe and Nancy McCarthy were Ginger and Bunny in the pilot. These characters were changed from two secretaries to a movie star and a small town girl, recast with Tina Louise and Dawn Wells, and the rest is history.
Three’s Company was one of the most popular US sitcoms of the mid-to-late 70s. Based on the British sitcom, Man About the House, it took some experimenting to create the winning formula that put the show at the top of the Nielsen’s.
Here’s one I haven’t gotten yet, though it’s on the list. Hammer’s Twins of Evil came along during the studio’s last gasps as a horror factory. Though they had dominated the Gothic horror market beginning in the late 50s.
This interview with singer Seraphim Ward was conducted back in 2012 by Mimi Miyagi for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of former Eyestrane editor-in-chef, Tom Heckbert.
Some Hooters Girls start blogs during their employment with the company. Most who do, start them at the beginning of their journey into the “delightfully tacky, yet unrefined” world of breasts and Buffalo wings.