Loretta Swit
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Beach Movie (1998)
[ Gabrielle Anwar ][ Victoria Silvstedt ][ Tracy Bingham ][ Brande Roderick ][ Teresa Ganzel ]
Forest Warrior (1996)
A Killer Among Friends (1992)
[ Tiffany Amber Thiessen ][ Patty Duke ]
Hell Hath No Fury (1991)
[ Barbara Eden ][ Amanda Peterson ]
A Matter of Principle (1990)
My Dad Can't Be Crazy... Can He? (1989)
14 Going on 30 (1988)
Dreams of Gold: The Mel Fisher Story (1986)
[ Jennifer Runyon ]
Miracle at Moreaux (1986)
Whoops Apocalypse (1986)
[ Maria Whittaker ][ Suzanne Mizzi ]
Beer (1985)
The Execution (1985)
[ Jessica Walter ]
My Mother, My Chaperone/Present, The/Death and Life of Sir Alfred Demerest, The/Welcome Aboard: Part 2 (1984)
[ Catherine Oxenberg ][ Colleen Dewhurst ]
First Affair (1983)
[ Kim Delaney ][ Melissa Sue Anderson ][ Amanda Bearse ]
As Time Goes By (1983)
[ Rosalind Chao ]
Give and Take (1983)
Friends and Enemies (1983)
Strange Bedfellows (1983)
[ Mary Crosby ]
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (1983)
[ Fairuza Balk ][ Debbie Rochan ]
Games Mother Never Taught You (1982)
The Kid from Nowhere (1982)
[ Susan Saint James ]
Cagney & Lacey (1981)
S.O.B. (1981)
[ Julie Andrews ][ Rosanna Arquette ][ Shelley Winters ][ Marisa Berenson ][ Gisele Lindley ]
The Love Tapes (1980)
[ Jan Smithers ][ Mariette Hartley ]
Valentine (1979)
[ Judy Norton-Taylor ]
Friendships, Secrets and Lies (1979)
[ Tina Louise ][ Stella Stevens ][ Sondra Locke ][ Shelley Fabares ][ Paula Prentis ]
Mirror, Mirror (1979)
[ Janet Leigh ][ Lee Meriwether ][ Robin Mattson ]
Accidental Cruise/Song Is Ended, The/Time for Everything, A/Anoushka (1978)
Ex Plus Y/Graham and Kelly/Goldenagers (1977)
The Hostage Heart (1977)
Race with the Devil (1975)
It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman (1975)
[ Leslie Ann ]
The Last Day (1975)
Freebie and the Bean (1974)
Shirts/Skins (1973)
Love and the Hairy Excuse/Love and Lady Luck/Love and the Pick-Up Fantasy (1972)
Stand Up and Be Counted (1972)
[ Jaqueline Bisset ][ Meredith Baxter ][ Stella Stevens ][ Shelley Morrison ]
Fireball Forward (1972)
[ Anne Francis ]
Deadhead Miles (1972)
Three Dead Cows at Makapuu: Part 2 (1970)
Three Dead Cows at Makapuu: Part 1 (1970)
Snow Train: Part 1 (1970)
The Pack Rat (1970)
Only One Death to a Customer (1970)
A Thousand Pardons -- You're Dead! (1969)

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The daughter of Polish immigrants, Loretta Swit first performed before an audience at age 7, playing "The Snow Queen" in a dance recital in her home town of Passaic, NJ. Despite her mother's strenuous objections, Swit decided to make the theatre her life; she studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, then spent several years with the Gene Frankel Repertory Company. Admonished by casting agents to alter both her "unsaleable" name and her tad-too-large nose, she ignored this advice and persevered as a young character actress. Her first tangible success was in a Las Vegas production of Mame, in which she played the mousy housekeeper/stenographer Agnes Gooch opposite Susan Hayward's Auntie Mame. Arriving in Hollywood in 1970, Swit quickly garnered critical attention—and the effusive praise of her coworkers—for her offbeat guest-star characterizations in such series as Gunsmoke, Mission: Impossible and Mannix. Upon learning that a TV version of the film hit M*A*S*H was in the works in early 1972, Swit energetically campaigned for the role of Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan—even though she'd sat through the original 1970 film with her eyes closed because she hated the sight of blood. Swit remained with M*A*S*H until its cancellation in 1983, winning two Emmy Awards along the way. During the series' occasional production layoffs, she starred in a number of made-for-TV movies, including the pilot episode of Cagney and Lacey (1981). In the decade since M*A*S*H's demise, Swit has been busier with her various political and social causes than with her acting career. Often as not, she chose the stage over TV or films during these years; in 1990, she won the Sarah Siddons award for her performance in the Chicago production of Shirley Valentine. A staunch animal-rights advocate, Loretta Swit was host of the 1992 cable-TV documentary series Those Incredible Animals (1992).

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