A reformed stand-upcomic, Laurie started out working with classmates Robin Williams, John Ritter and John Larroquette.Laurie immersed herself in history and wrote Hollywood Heartbreak, a 75-year history of Hollywood told through the lives and deaths of 31 celebrities.Another well-known TV role was on Babylon 5, in which he had a recurring role as David Sheridan, the father of Babylon 5 captain John Sheridan.He has also acted in Night Shift, Willow, Backdraft, Ransom, EDtv, and The Da Vinci Code among many other films.Jon was not even three when cast as Jane Wyman and Sterling Hayden’s son in “So Big.” As a child actor and teen heart throb, he worked with Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby and William Holden in “The Country Girl”, Natalie Wood and Robert Redford in “This Property is Condemned”, Rod Steiger and Anita Ekberg in “Back From Eternity”, Theresa Wright, Cameron Mitchell and a young Clint Eastwood in his first film: “Escapade in Japan”, Kurt Russell in “The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes” and with Joan Blondell, Kim Novak, Jack Benny, James Garner and even with that famous talking horse, Mr. He headed for college in Northern California eventually to raised a family including his son Ryan, daughter Katie, and 2-year-old granddaughter, Juliana.A sought-after celebrity guest, Jon appears at fund-raisers, comic cons and special events throughout the year.
Her other television roles were on Adam-12, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Bachelor Father, Ben Casey, Biff Baker, U. A., The Bob Cummings Show, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, Days of Our Lives, Four Star Playhouse, General Hospital, Gilligan's Island, It's a Great Life, The Millionaire, My Little Margie, Perry Mason, Peter Gunn, Police Woman, Rawhide, Rocky Jones Space Ranger, Rory Calhoun's The Texan, Waterfront, and The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp.She was part of Paramount's Golden Circle of New Stars in the early 1950s and had a leading role in producer George Pal's science-fiction classic The War of the Worlds (1953).She also appeared in the 1954 film Dragnet, in which she starred as a Los Angeles police officer opposite Jack Webb and Ben Alexander." Jackson - With her sparkling star on the Walk of Hollywood, this former child star went on to garner innumerable roles in film and television including: Make Room for Daddy, Start Trek, Lost in Space, Charlie’s Angels, The Twilight Zone, and many more. Gray - Perhaps best known for her roll as Sue Ellen Ewing in Dallas, this multi-talented film, television and stage actress and director is also the author of bestseller “The Road to Happiness is Always Under Construction” and former Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations.