Marcia Strassman
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Reeker (2005)
[ Arielle Kebbel ]
Higher Calling (2004)
[ Cara Buono ]
Spanking the Monkey (2004)
[ Kim Raver ]
Family Ties: Part 1 (2004)
[ Susan Dey ]
Water Hazard (2003)
The Key (2003)
The Sounds of Silence (2003)
Project 4-12 (2003)
The Movie Hero (2003)
[ Dina Meyer ]
Out of Control (2002)
[ Nicole Paggi ]
Smoke and Mirrors (2002)
[ Nicole Paggi ]
Things Have Changed (2002)
Gotcha (2002)
Power Play (2002)
[ Alison Eastwood ][ T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh ][ Boti Bliss ]
Gale Force (2002)
The Rockford Files: Friends and Foul Play (1996)
[ Molly Hagan ][ Siena Goines ]
Earth Minus Zero (1996)
[ Cindy Margolis ][ Rhonda Shear ]
Family Reunion: A Relative Nightmare (1995)
[ Melissa Joan Hart ][ Sara Rue ][ Alley Mills ][ Dody Goodman ][ Shannon Marie Woodward ]
Cops n Roberts (1995)
[ Pricilla Barnes ][ Dee Wallace ][ Dody Goodman ]
Honey, I Shrunk the Audience (1994)
Another Stakeout (1993)
[ Madeleine Stowe ][ Rosie O'Donnell ][ Sharon Maughan ][ Barbara Harris ]
Mastergate (1992)
Honey I Blew Up the Kid (1992)
[ Keri Russell ][ Julia Sweeney ]
And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird (1991)
[ A.J. Langer ][ Kelly Packard ][ Susan Gibney ]
Fast Getaway (1991)
[ Cynthia Rothrock ]
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)
[ Kristine Sutherland ]
First Love: Part 2 (1989)
[ Stacey Dash ]
First Love: Part 1 (1989)
[ Stacey Dash ]
Daddy Can't Read (1988)
[ Cathy Rigby ]
Haunted by Her Past (1987)
[ Susan Lucci ][ Finola Hughes ]
The Aviator (1985)
[ Rosanna Arquette ]
Shadow Chasers (1985)
[ Grace Zabriskie ]
Pilot: Part 2 (1984)
Soup for One (1982)
[ Christine Baranski ][ Andrea Martin ][ Maggie Wheeler ][ Hilary Shapiro ]
Brave New World (1980)
[ Tara Buckman ][ Carole Mallory ]
Once Upon a Family (1980)
[ Kyle Richards ]
Only Rock 'n' Roll Will Never Die: Part 1 (1979)
The Gang Show (1979)
Come Back, Little Arnold (1979)
Bride and Gloom (1979)
A Winter's Coat Tale (1978)
The Love Boat II (1977)
[ Kristy McNichol ]
Brenda Starr (1976)
[ Jill St. John ][ Barbara Luna ]
Journey from Darkness (1975)
[ Kay Lenz ]
Love Story (1973)
Yankee Doodle Doctor (1972)
Wednesday Night Out (1972)
[ Cicely Tyson ]
Edwina (1972)
Bananas, Crackers and Nuts (1972)
Changes (1969)
[ Teri Garr ][ Pamela Susan Shoop ]
The Perfect Teenager (1964) 100 Hot DVDs

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John Travolta
Emilio Estevez
Christopher Reeve
Peter Stormare
Corey Haim
Richard Dreyfuss
James Garner
Jeremy Sisto
Rick Moranis
Alexis Arquette
Michael Ironside
Jason Marsden
Pat Morita
Miguel Ferrer
Dennis Farina
Michael Jeter


This tall, willowy brunette (these days, frequently blonde) was born April 28, 1948, in New York City, one of four children. Raised in Passaic, New Jersey, she grew into a striking young teen and worked for a time as a model in a local children's department store. Trekking back to New York City equipped only with her modeling credentials and a natural singing talent, Marcia found herself performing in an off-Broadway show at the ripe old age of 15, replacing 17-year-old Liza Minnelli in the musical "Best Foot Forward." Inspired, Marcia ventured ahead with a number of stage roles, then broke into television and scored her first semi-regular role as an army nurse on the very first season of "M*A*S*H" (1972). Her big breakout role, and the one for which she will best be remembered, was as Gabe Kaplan's wife on the popular sitcom "Welcome Back, Kotter" (1975) for four seasons. Despite the steady work, she was fairly disillusioned at playing the relatively sane (i.e., overlooked) role of Julie Kotter. Most of the focus landed squarely on her husband, a Brooklyn schoolteacher (the show was based on Kaplan's real-life experiences as a teacher) and his interaction with student "Sweathogs" Robert Hegyes, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Ron Palillo and pre-megastar John Travolta. Stuck with essentially a reactive character, she gamely stayed with the show throughout its run. "Kotter" would be her only hit series despite a handful of attempts, but she managed to persevere in later years with guest spots on such shows as "Magnum, P.I." (1980), "Amazing Stories" (1985), "Highlander" (1992), "Sweet Justice" (1994) and "Providence" (1999). She would regain major attention one more time as (again) a wholesome wife, playing nerdy Rick Moranis' spouse in the surprise Disney hit Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989). She reprised that role in the equally popular sequel, Honey I Blew Up the Kid (1992). In 1998 Marcia returned to her musical roots and performed with "Beauty and the Beast" star Susan Egan in "Hello Again," which was a revamped version of the Max Ophüls classic French film Ronde, La (1950). Here she played against type as a prostitute. Over the years Marcia has carved out a niche for herself not only as a fine actress but also as a social and labor activist, and has lent her skills and talents to many progressive causes.

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