for convenience in tracking web page errors, indexes have been placed on each
page. any errors may be reported to or the graphixhyprpage company.
wherever possible, the birthdate and location are given. some other notes
and editor's comments may also be placed here, including fan mail addresses.
ever wonder what's been done since then? the .
common symbols on filmography pages are:
(tv) -- television movie
(v) -- video
(aan) -- academy award nomination
(ggn) -- golden globe nomination
because most of the text on the webpages are in lowercase letters, some
compromises on abbreviations have to be made. for example, "NYPD Blue" in
lowercase letters would be "n.y.p.d. blue." however, simple words that can be
assumed to be abbreviations such as "tv series" are not made abbreviations.
most common in filmographies of more experienced actresses, this label is
just what it says it is. it is the filmography of the actress as a producer.
appearances on tv shows where they actually do what they're supposed to do, not sit down and be interviewed. shows like the tonight show with jay leno or late show with david letterman are not included.
a rare sight, this image only comes up when the actress actually wrote the script.
another rare sight, this images comes up only when the actress was involved in the production process of the show.
the most visited part of this website. each photo gallery page contains up to
20 images. thumbnails using the correct proportion of height and width
corresponding to the linked image are placed for your convenience.
this is the page containing images 21-40.
this is the page containing images 41-60.
this is the page containing images 61-80.
this is the page containing images 81-100.
the known list of albums created by the artist is placed in this category, along with songs in each album. sorry, lyrics not included.
any sites of relevance to the artist shown.
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