The Mains and the Hazards North and South TV movie(PID:1501973596) Source
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Orry Main featured in the second row facing left Patrick Swayze A native of Houston, Texas, Patrick Swayze learned to be a cowboy and athlete from his late father, and an actor and dancer from his mother Patsy Swayze, the choreographer of the Houston Jazz Ballet Company and such feature films as "Liar's Moon" and "Urban Cowboy." He excelled in high school sports and was pursued by college football recruiters, but chose show business. He studied acting with Warren Robertston and after making his Broadway debut as a dancer in "Goodtime Charley," he took over the lead role of Danny Zuko in the long-runnin musical, "Grease." Hollywood beckoned next. Swayze quickly won parts in the television movies, "The Comeback Kid," "Return of the Rebels," "The New Season" and "Pigs v. Freaks." He starred in the ABC series, "The Renegades" and guest-starred on "M*A*S*H," Swayze made his motion picture debut in "Skatetown, U.S.A.". His subsequent starring roles in "The Outsiders," "Red Dawn," "Grandview, U.S.A." and "Uncommon Valor" have made him one of the film industry's most sought-after young actors. George Hazard featured in the second row facing front James Read Born in Buffalo and raised in Schenectady, New York, James Read planned a future in the forestry service when he enrolled at the University of Vermont. During a two-year hiatus from college he restored antiques, painted houses, tended bar, and toured Europe, then completed his education at the university of Oregon. Inspired by performances he had seen on the London stage, he became involved in student theater, beginning with the production of "Our Town" which went on to the American College Theatre at Washington's Kennedy Center. A telecommunications major, he moved to New York seeking a producer's position in public broadcasting, but soon shifted his goals toward acting. He appeared off-Broadway in "Puzzle of Purdy Place," and on the daytime drama, "The Doctors," before moving to Denver and was part of the Denver Center Theater Company. Read received his first major national television exposure when he played series regular Murphy during the first season of "Remington Steele." He starred in "Lace II" as the astronaut, Webster, and portrayed Teddy Kennedy in the miniseries "Robert F. Kennedy: A Man and His Times." Read also guest starred in a variety of television series before landing this part. Madeline Fabray LaMotte Main featured in the blue dress second row right Lesley-Anne Down Born in the Clapham Common section of London, Lesley-Anne Down became a commercial actress at age 10, and at 14 was voted Great Britain's "Most Beautiful Teenager" in a competition sponsored by the London Daily Mirror. At 15, while attending stage school, she made her feature film debut in "A Smashing Bird I Used to Know," followed by her first major role in "All the Right Noises." Her biggest break came when she was cast as Lady Georgina on the television series, "Upstairs, Downstairs," seen here on "Masterpiece Theatre" on PBS. On American television, she has starred in the ABC miniseries, "The Last Days of Pompeii," and the television movies, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," "Murder is Easy," and "Arch of Triumph." She was once married to director William Friedkin but is currently married to Don FauntLeRoy. Constance Flynn Hazard above in the red dress Wendy Kilbourne "North and South" makes Wendy Kilbourne's first starring role. Born and raised in Southern California, she made her acting debut at the Shakespearean Theater in Vistalia, which was founded by her mother, an English artist. Her maternal grandfather was Noel Langley, who wrote screenplays for the film classics, "The Wizard of Oz" and "A Christmas Carol." She studied political science at Orange Coast College, then acting at the London Academy of Music and Draumatic Art, where she starred in productions of "As You Like It" and "Romeo and Juliet." Returning to television credits include the ABC television movie, "Calendar Girl Murders," and guest roles on several current series. Brett Main Hazard above pink dress center Genie Francis Acting has always been part of Genie Francis' life. Born in Englwood, New jersey, and raised in Los Angeles, she is the daughter of veteran character actor Ivor Francis. She made her professional debut at 14 in a guest role on ABC's "Family," then landed the role that ultimately brought her to the cover of Newsweek and to a wedding that was the centerpiece in the highest-rated episode in the history of daytime television- "General Hospital's" Laura. She left the series in 1981 after five years but returned for special guest stints in 1983 and 1985. Ashton Main above third row behind George Terri Garber Born and raised in Miami, Florida. She spend one semester at Boston University before moving to New York to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and the HB studios. She starred in the daytime series "Texas," then moved to Los Angeles. She has starred as a research biologist working with a talking orangutan in the television series "Mr. Smith," and as Stella Stevens' daughter in the TV movie, "No Man's Land." Her feature films include "Toy Soldiers" and this year's "Key Exchange." Virgilia Hazard above green dress second row left Kirstie Alley Born in Wichita, Kansas (which is where I am from), Kristie Alley attended Kansas State University and the Art School of the University of Kansas, where she appeared in campus plays. She worked as an interior designer for five years before moving to LA in 1981. Within six months she landed the role of the half-Vulcan Lt. Saavik in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn." Her subsequent films include "One More Chance," "Blind Date," "The Champions" and "Runaway." Earlier this season, Alley starred as Gloria Steinmen in the ABC television movie, "A Bunny's Tale." She has also starred in the ABC series, "Masquarade," and played Hermia opposite her husband, Parker Stevenson (Billy Book II) in a cable TV production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Charles Main back row on the right Lewis Smith Born in Chattanooga, Lewis Smith was raised in that city and on rural Lookout Mountain, Tenn., a Civil War battle site. After high school he studied pre-law at Tennessee Tech and tried several careers, including hotel management in Kentucky, Florida and Texas. At 21, with no theatrical experience, he moved to Hollywood. Miraculously, famed acting teacher Lee Strasberg (whom Smith found through the yellow pages) was willing to take a chance on the total novice. Smith made his motion picture debut in "The Final Terror." Subsequent films include "Southern Comfort," "You Ought to Be in Pictures," "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzi," and the television movie, "Kentucky Woman." Most recently, he played the title role in the feature, "The Heavenly Kid." Billy Hazard John Stockwell in book I & Parker Stevenson in book II. John Stockwell was born in Galveston, Texas, and raised in NYC. While in HS he made his off-Broadway debut in "Three Boys" at Playwrights horizon and did a nine-month stint on the daytime drama, "Guiding Light." He appeared in "Camino Real" at the Williamstown Theater Festival, "Ah! Wilderness" at the Darien Theater and "Savages" at the Loeb Drama Center, then studied acting at the Toyal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and film at the NYU School of the Arts. He made his motion picture debut in "Losing It," with Tom Cruise. Among other films are "My Science Project," "Christing," "Eddie and the Cruizers," "City Limits," "So Fine" and "Radioactive Dreams." His television movies include "Too Good To Be True" and "Quarterback Princess." On stage, he has performed in "Loot" and "Spring's Awakening" at the Brighton Festival in England, and in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" and "Macbeth" at the Houston Shakespeare Festival. Stanley Hazard featured in the second to the last row on the right Jonathan Frakes Pennsylvania-born Jonathan Frakes grew up in Bethlehem, PA, a foundry town in Lehigh Valley. He majored in theatre at Pennsylvania State University, then continued his draining at Harvard's Loeb Drama Center, where he starred as Tom in "The Time of Your Life" and Matt in "The Threepenny Opera." Moving to New York City, he appeared for a year in the daytime drama "The Doctors," performed in the Broadway hit musical "Shenandoah" and was seen in the off-Broadway revival of Eugene O'Neill's "The Hairy Ape." Since moving to Hollywood in 1978, Frakes made appearances on more than 30 television series. He previously held the recurring role of Ashley Longworth on "The Waltons," starred as Marcus Marshall in "Bare Essence," and played Morgan Fairchild's secretary in the ABC series "Paper Dolls." Isabel Hazard Wendy Fulton in book I Mary Crosby in book II Deborah Rush in book III For more information on this amazing movie please visit www.northandsouth-miniseries.com/
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