American Character Actress

Pamela Susan Shoop

  • Jun 07, 1948 (age 72)
  • 5' 7" (1.71 m)
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Kung Fu: The Legend Continues
TV ShowJan 27, 1993

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

Kung Fu: The Legend …
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues is an American-Canadian action/crime drama series and sequel to the original 1972–1975 television series Kung Fu. While the original Kung Fu series was set in the American old west, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues was set in modern times. It starred David Carradine and Chris Potter as a father and son trained in kung fu – Carradine playing a Shaolin monk, Potter a police detective. The series aired in syndication for four seasons from January 27, 1993, to January 1, 1997, and was broadcast in over 70 countries. Filming took place in Toronto, Ontario. Reruns of the show have been aired on TNT.
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Dangerous Curves
TV ShowFeb 26, 1992

Dangerous Curves

Dangerous Curves is an American television series that aired on …
Dangerous Curves is an American television series that aired on CBS as part of its late night umbrella series lineup, Crimetime After Primetime. The private detective series premiered in February 1992 and ran through May 1993, airing two seasons of 34 episodes. CBS continued to air reruns of the show between September and December 1993.
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Terrance Sweeney
MarriageNovember 1987

Terrance Sweeney

Terrance A. Sweeney is a five-time Emmy Award winning …
Terrance A. Sweeney is a five-time Emmy Award winning producer. He has served as Executive Director and Trustee of the Humanitas Prize, Senior Vice President of Paulist Productions, and President of Michael Media, Inc. He holds an M.A. in Communication Arts from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, and a Ph.D. in Theology and Film from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. Sweeney has authored four books, including the top-ten national best-seller, What God Hath Joined, which he co-authored with his wife, Pamela Shoop Sweeney. His Emmy Award winning documentary, Streets Of Anger, Streets Of Hope, helped to substantially reduce murders in East Los Angeles at a time when the city had the highest gang-related homicide ratio in the United States. Three of Sweeney's Emmys were awarded for his work as Producer of the television series, "Insight" which was broadcast on more than 220 stations in the U.S. and in 17 foreign countries. He was awarded another Emmy for producing The Juggler Of Notre Dame. His writing credits include Loser Take All, The Promise, and My Main Man - each of which was honored with a Cine Golden Eagle Award. His first "Insight" script, Clown Of Freedom, starred Martin Sheen. Sweeney's first documentary script garnered him an Emmy nomination for writing and an Emmy Award for Producing. This documentary explored the primary causes of gang violence, and proposed some of the best ways to prevent it. Other writing credits include The Prodigal Father, I Want To Die, and Billy's Mime, a first prize winner at the New York International Film and Television Festival. In all, Sweeney has worked as a producer, writer, or consultant on more than 50 films and television programs, including "The Thorn Birds," "Romero," "The Day Christ Died," and Hanna-Barbera's "Greatest Adventure Series" on the Bible.
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The Law & Harry McGraw
TV ShowSep 27, 1987

The Law & Harry McGraw

The Law & Harry McGraw is …
The Law & Harry McGraw is an American mystery crime drama television series created by Peter S. Fischer and a spin-off of Murder, She Wrote that aired on CBS from September 27, 1987, to February 10, 1988.
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Pamela Susan Shoop
BirthJune 1948

Pamela Susan Shoop

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