Who is Ann Dusenberry?
Ann Dusenberry was born on September 13, 1952, in Tucson, Arizona, USA; her zodiac sign is Virgo, and she is of American nationality. Ann is an actress best known for playing Amory, one of the lead characters in the 1977 crime mystery film “Stonestreet: Who Killed the Centerfold Model?” with Barbara Eden, Joseph Mascolo, and Joan Hacket. The film is about a private detective who disguises herself as a porno actress to find the missing daughter of a millionaire businessman.
What Happened To Her And Where Is She Now?
Ann Dusenberry retired from acting in 2012 and has since been living in Santa Barbara, California, with her husband and their two children.
Childhood And Education
Ann was reared as an only child in Tucson by her mailman father and housewife mother; she spent her childhood watching movies and TV shows with her mother and became interested in acting as a result.
Ann went to a high school in Tucson where she was a member of the theatrical club and appeared in practically all of the plays done there; she was also engaged in academics and was one of the top students there. Ann entered the University of Arizona in 1970 to study theater arts, then transferred to Occidental College after two years, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1974 – she later continued her education and eventually received her Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Fine Therapy.
Ann has appeared in almost 50 films and television programs, and we will discuss some of her most famous performances in this post.
She rose to prominence in 1975 as the Barmaid in Jonathan Kaplan’s action crime drama “White Line Fever,” which starred Jan-Michael Vincent, Kay Lenz, and Slim Pickens. The tale follows a young guy who, after becoming a truck driver, begins fighting corruption in the trucking industry. In 1977, she played Weezie Sumner in the horror film “The Possessed,” starring James Farentino and Joan Hackett, about a priest who returns from the dead to confront Satanic powers.
In 1978, she appeared in three films: the sports comedic drama “Goodbye, Franklin High,” the critically acclaimed horror “Jaws 2,” and the mini-series “Little Women.”
In 1980, she played Stevie in the love drama “Heart Beat,” written and directed by John Byrum and based on Carolyn Cassady’s autobiographical novel. Ann played Jeannie in the musical drama “Elvis and the Beauty Queen” the following year, and Valerie Duran in the neo-noir thriller “Cutter’s Way” the year after. In 1982, she starred as Dominique Corsaire in the comedy “National Lampoon’s Movie Madness,” and in 1985, she starred as Melinda in the sex comedy “Basic Training.”
Before retiring from acting, she appeared in three films: the drama “The Men’s Club” in 1986, the romantic drama “Rich Girl” in 1991, and the comedy “Play Nice” in 1992.
Ann’s two most noteworthy stage roles were in the math
Thornton Wilder’s three-act drama “Our Town” received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1998, and Michael Frayn’s play “Noises Off” won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2014.
TV Series Characters
Ann’s first famous appearance on television was in the 1976 historical series “Captains and Kings,” which was based on Taylor Caldwell’s novel of the same name and followed Joseph Francis Xavier Arman, an Irish immigrant, as he rose to wealth and power in the United States.
She went on to feature in many programs, including the 1976 police drama “McCloud,” the 1978 comedy-drama “Eight Is Enough,” and the 1979 science fiction adventure “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.” She rose to prominence in 1982 as Katrina Tremaine, a supporting character in the critically acclaimed crime thriller “Magnum, P.I.,” starring Tom Selleck as Thomas Magnum, a private detective working in Oahu, Hawaii. Ann appeared as Maggie Nolan in the medical drama “Trapper John, M. D.” the same year, and the following year she guests starred in three series: “The Family Tree,” “Remington Steele,” and “Simon & Simon.”
She received plaudits for her performance as Carol Selby in the 1987 crime thriller “Murder, She Wrote,” which starred Angela Lansbury, William Windom, and Ron Masak and is about Jessica Fletcher, a writer and amateur detective who is also attempting to solve crimes.
Ann’s final TV appearances were in three different sitcoms: “Life with Lucy” in 1986, “Designing Woman” in 1980, and the mystery legal thriller “Matlock” in 1991.
Ann married her other half, Brad Fiedel, an American composer of film and television scores, not long after she entered the film industry – they have kept the exact date of their wedding a secret – but Ann gave birth to their first daughter Alexandra in her late 20s, and their second daughter Zoe followed several years later.
Brad, Ann’s husband, is best known for his work on the award-winning science fiction film “The Terminator” in 1984, the comedic horror film “The Midnight Hour” in 1985, and the biographical historical drama “Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny” in 1996.
Ann hasn’t mentioned any other men she may have dated before meeting Brad, thus as of September 2020, she is married with two daughters.
Other Interests And Hobbies
Ann’s main pastime has been traveling since the beginning of her acting career, and she has visited nearly every state in the United States for both business and pleasure, as well as several European nations, vacationing in locations such as Paris, France, London, England, and Venice, Italy.
She is an animal enthusiast who has had many pet cats, including two cats and a dog.
Ann enjoys working in her garden and wants to stay at her country house where she has peace and can enjoy nature.
Ann’s favorite actors and actresses are Matt Damon, Tom Hanks, and Anne Hathaway, and her favorite films include “Catch Me If You Can,” “Sleepless in Seattle,” and “One Day.”
Body Structure And Net Worth
Ann is 68 years old. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, is 5ft 6ins (1.67m) tall, and weighs about 130lbs (59kgs).
Her net worth is projected to be more than $4 million as of September 2020.