Joyce DeWitt
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The 3rd Annual TV Land Awards (2005)
[ Barbara Eden ][ Shirley Jones ][ Charo ][ Marion Ross ]
The Nick at Nite Holiday Special (2003)
18 (2001)
[ Dee Wallace ]
Spring Fling! (1995)
[ Lisa Robin Kelly ]
Friends and Lovers: Part 2 (1984)
[ Pricilla Barnes ]
Cupid Works Overtime (1984)
[ Pricilla Barnes ]
She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not (1983)
[ Pricilla Barnes ]
Jack's 10 (1982)
Airplane II: The Sequel (1982)
[ Julie Hagerty ][ Francesca Kitten Natividad ][ Sandahl Bergman ][ Dianna Ross ][ Katherine Gorzel ]
Steve Martin: Comedy Is Not Pretty (1980)
[ Meredith Macrae ]
With This Ring (1978)
[ Betty White ][ Mary Crosby ]
Most Wanted (1976)
[ Sheree North ]
The Goodbye Orphan Annie Blues (1975) 100 Hot DVDs

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John Ritter
William Shatner
Tom Selleck
Paul Reubens
Rip Torn
Don Knotts
John Schneider
Abe Vigoda
French Stewart
Regis Philbin
Peter Graves
Carl Reiner
Robert Stack
Raymond Burr
Hervé Villechaize
Dennis Haskins


Joyce DeWitt was born the second oldest of four to parents Paul and Shirley DeWitt on April 23, 1949 in Wheeling, West Virginia but grew up in Indiana. Joyce began taking acting lessons when she was in high school. Although her father was hardly thrilled at his daughter's ambition, she persuaded him to let her major in theater in college. DeWitt soon moved to UCLA where she received her master's degree. After college, she worked as a legal secretary while at the same time going from audition to audition. Months passed before ABC offered her a choice of two comedy pilots but gave her only 24 hours to decide on which. After reading both scripts in a hurry, she chose the one about one guy living with two girls ("Three's Company" (1977)). She chose well - the other show never sold. She had been in numerous amounts of plays before but became familiar to everyone as the sensible, down-to-earth, football jersey wearing, brunette roommate, Janet Wood.Dewitt became famous and while many celebrities would automatically welcome in the huge amounts of attention, she usually kept to herself and didn't care too much for publicity.

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