Biographies/Where are they now? 

This section contains the most recent picture of each cast member that I could find along with what they have done since The Hogan Family ended.

Valerie Harper and husband Tony Cacciotti

Valerie Harper was born August 22nd, 1940 in Suffern, New York. Best known as Rhoda Morgenstern on the 1974-1978 tv series 'Rhoda', she had appeared as the same character on The Mary Tyler Moore Show from 1970-1974, Valerie has made numerous appearances on tv over the years.

She began her show-business career as a dancer at Radio City Music Hall. While in New York City, Harper also appeared in several Broadway productions before moving to Chicago to work with the improvisational theater group Second City.

Harper's big break into TV Land came with her role as Rhoda Morgenstern, Mary's best friend on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in 1970. Her portrayal of a misplaced New Yorker in Minneapolis won Harper Emmy Awards in 1971, 1972, and 1973. Harper's husband at the time, Richard Schaal (they were married in 1964 until 1978 when they divorced), made several guest appearances on the show as one of Mary's many suitors.

Valerie Harper took "Rhoda" to her own spin-off series in 1974. The role of Rhoda, now back in New York City and at long last married (but then divorced) won Harper a fourth Emmy in 1975.

Following "Rhoda", Ms. Harper appeared in several tv movies before getting the part of Valerie Hogan on "Valerie". After 32 episodes in the fall of 1987, she abruptly left the show in a well-publicized dispute with the producers (she avoided showing up for a filming while she was in negotiations regarding her contract reportedly). She was eventually fired from the series, and later won a $1.4 million dollar lawsuit charging wrongful firing from the show.

After several more tv movies, she starred in the short-lived CBS series City which ran for 13 episodes in 1990. This series aired in the same time slot and on the same day as The Hogan Family and one of the co-stars of the series was LuAnne Ponce, Danny Ponce's sister.

Several more tv movies would follow until she was on the tv series The Office in 1995. Unfortunately, this was another short-lived series for Ms. Harper lasting only 5-6 episodes.

Valerie Harper married Tony Cacciotti (a tv executive producer who also worked on 'Valerie') in 1987 - they have an adopted daughter.

Besides her tv work, Ms. Harper has appeared in numerous plays including one in September 1997 in Cambridge, Massachusetts - a one-woman play called "The Dragon and the Pearl" about the life of Pearl S. Buck - the show later moved to New York where it was significantly re-written and re-named as "All Under Heaven".

She reprised her role of Rhoda Morgenstern (now Rhoda Morgenstern Gerard Rousseau) in the February 7th, 2000 ABC tv movie Mary & Rhoda. It drew 17.1 million viewers!

  • Purchase Valerie Harper autobiography - Today I Am a Ma'am: And Other Musings on Life, Beauty, and Growing Older

  • Valerie Harper - Official Site

  • text of articles on Valerie's Harper firing from 'Valerie'

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Valerie Harper

    Sandy Duncan

    Sandy Duncan was born February 20th, 1946 in Henderson, Texas. Ms. Duncan's chirpy voice and sunny disposition made her a hit on Broadway in the 1960s and then on tv with the sitcoms Funny Face (receiving 2 Emmy nominations) and The Sandy Duncan Show. Her performance in the dramatic mini-series Roots in 1977 earned her an Emmy Award. After an operation that left her without sight in one eye (she does not have a glass eye as some have rumored), Duncan enjoyed a popular return to Broadway in the 1979 revival of Peter Pan. She did a series of commercials for Wheat Thins.

    She has also done a voice for several feature films including The Fox and the Hound, Rock-a-Doodle, and The Swan Princess. Several tv movies are also listed on her list of credits. Her most recent episodic tv appearance was a 1995 episode of Law & Order.

    She wed Broadway dancer Don Correia (her third marriage) in 1980. They have 2 teenage sons.

    Currently she is appearing on Broadway as merry murderess Roxie Hart in the drop-dead musical "Chicago".

  • Sandy Duncan Yahoo Group

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Sandy Duncan

    Jason Bateman

    Jason Bateman was born January 14th, 1969 in Rye, New York and began his acting career accidentally when, at age ten, he accompanied a friend to an audition for an educational film. The director asked Bateman to read for the part, and before he knew it, he had the lead role.

    On television, Bateman has amassed an impressive list of credits including recurring roles in the series "Silver Spoons" (as Derek Taylor), "Little House on the Prairie" (as Jason Cooper) and "Jessica Novak." During the '84-'85 television season, he also starred as Matthew Burton in the NBC series "It's Your Move." In addition, he has been featured in the TV movies "The Legends of the West" and "Just a Little More Love," and in numerous television commercials. He also made his directing debut on "The Hogan Family" in 1988, giving him the distinction of being the youngest person ever admitted to the Director's Guild - he directed 3 episodes of the series. He starred as David Hogan on Valerie/Valerie's Family/The Hogan Family from 1986-1991.

    Along with his father, Kent, and his sister, "Family Ties" (as Mallory Keaton) star Justine Bateman, he founded a Hollywood repertory stage company, and in 1986, the trio produced the telefilm "Can You Hear Me Dancing?" which starred both Bateman and his sister. He has also starred in the title role in another family adventure, the feature film "Teen Wolf, Too," on which his father served as executive producer. He also starred in such television movies as "Moving Target" and "Philly Boy." He was also seen in the feature film "Sketches."

    When he's not working, Bateman enjoys surfing, skiing, basketball, photography, and auto racing (according to a 1989 Hogan Family press kit). An active driver on the celebrity circuit, he won the coveted celebrity portion of the Long Beach Grand Prix in 1987.

    When the Hogan Family ended in 1991, Jason made his move to the big screen with Necessary Roughness followed by Breaking the Rules along with several other tv movies. He returned to television in 1995 in 'Simon', followed by 'Chicago Sons' in 1996. He also appeared as Ted Stoody on the CBS series 'George & Leo'.

    He directed for the sitcom "Brother's Keeper" and appeared in the movie "Love Stinks" which was released August 20th, 1999 and stars Marliece Andrada, Tyra Banks, Bill Bellamy, French Stewart, and Tiffani-Amber Theissen.

    In 2001, he appeared in the short-lived CBS sitcom Some of My Best Friends, originally titled Kiss Me Guido, which co-starred Danny Nucci. He also appeared in the movies Sol Goode (2001), The Sweetest Thing (2002), and One Way Out (2002).

    Currently, he can be seen on the FOX comedy Arrested Development. He will be in the upcoming film Starsky & Hutch opposite Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson.

    He married Amanda Anka, the daughter of pop singer Paul Anka, on July 3rd, 2001. They reside in Los Angeles.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Jason Bateman

    Danny Ponce was born Louis Daniel Ponce to Dianne and Luis Ponce on September 4, 1971, in Waltham, Massachusetts. In 1978, the family moved to Southern California and soon thereafter Danny got his first television role in an episode of "Quincy."

    Since "Quincy," he has appeared in several commercials including working as a dance in one of the first Michael Jackson/Pepsi-Cola commercials. Danny also had a small role in the feature film "Oh God, You Devil." On television, he has appeared in the recurring roles of Laura's son on "Knots Landing" and as Fonzie's adopted son on "Happy Days." He has also been featured in episodes of "Hunter," "Pryor's Place," "Family Ties" and "Hell Town," for which he was nominated as Best Young Actor - Guest in a Television Series at the Seventh Annual Youth in Film Awards.

    In his spare time, Ponce enjoys basketball, skateboarding and playing the trumpet (from a 1989 Hogan Family press kit).

    He appeared in the 1993 tv movie- Love, Honor & Obey: The Last Mafia Marriage as Joey.

    He has a sister named LuAnne Ponce who is also an actress.

    Danny continues to act and is a client of the talent agency called 'The Flytrap' in Downtown Los Angeles. The agency is mid-sized and does pretty good for it's clients.

    Danny was married to Rachel Swan in October of 2005 and had a baby girl in 2006 just a few days after Jason Bateman had his daughter. Jeremy Licht was a groomsman in Danny and Rachel's wedding.

    Danny reportedly had a son at the end of 2008.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Danny Ponce

    Jeremy Licht and Kimberly Wallis Wicht

    Jeremy Licht was born in Los Angeles on January 4th, 1971, and began working professionally in commercials at the age of five.

    Prior to his role of Mark on "The Hogan Family," Licht was probably best known for his role as the manipulative Anthony in the Joe Dante-directed "It's A Good Life" segment of "Twilight Zone: The Movie." In 1980, he also appeared in the feature film "The Next One." On stage, he appeared as David in the Westwood Playhouse production of "Lies My Father Told Me," directed by Arthur Hiller and starring Jack Klugman and Martin Landau. Licht has also portrayed "Rufus", the son of Sally Field and William Hurt in the NBC Live Theatre presentation of "All The Way Home," directed by Delbert Mann.

    Licht's extensive television credits include appearances in such series as "Finder of Lost Loves," "Bay City Blues," "Hotel," "St. Elsewhere," "The Phoenix" and "Angie". He has also appeared in the telefilms "Lots of Luck" for Disney Cable, "Jessie," the ABC Afterschool Special "Everybody Does It," directed by Henry Winkler, "Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal," "Skeezer," "Father Figure," "And YOur Name is Jonah," "A Cry for Love," "The Comeback Kid" and "Once Upon a Family."

    According to a 1989 Hogan Family press kit, Licht has a younger brother named Matthew. He also devoted time to the "Famous Fone Friends," a group of celebrities who contact hospitalized and bed-ridden children to brighten their day, and was a March of Dimes goodwill ambassador.

    His most recent acting credit is a 1992 episode of 'Swamp Thing'.

    He attended the University of Southern California (USC) where he studied finance before leaving in his junior year to intern for Merrill Lynch. He took total control of his own accounts, building his savings (he earned roughly $1 million in acting) into what he calls a "nice sum today."

    Currently he's selling financial packages and is a registered investment advisor in the San Fernando Valley area of Southern California. He started his own financial-planning company, JL Capital Management, in 1996. It now handles roughly 300 portfolios, many for people in the entertainment business.

    He still keeps in touch with some of the cast. In fact, Danny (Willie Hogan) Ponce was a groomsman at his wedding to Carol-Ann Plante (actress who appeared in the tv series Harry & The Hendersons) on April 27th, 1996. After five years of marriage, the couple separated and were officially divorced in 2001.

    Licht is toying with the idea of acting again. "I'd be lying if I said it wasn't intriguing," he says. "I not only love what I do, but I love what I did."

    His younger brother Matthew is a pharmaceutical rep. His mom, Trudi, works for a Southern California synagogue as an executive assistant and his father, Dennis, is an advertising salesman.

    Jeremy was married on May 26, 2007 to actress Kimberly Wallis. His dog Joker passed away 3 years ago. Jeremy and Kimberly still have their other dog Sasha.

    Jeremy Licht, former child star of the '80s sitcom The Hogan Family, and his wife Kimberly Wallis Licht welcomed their daughter New Year's Eve, he tells PEOPLE exclusively.

    Jordan Zoey Licht was born 5½ weeks early at 10:59 p.m. on Dec. 31 2008 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A.

    "We were planning to go to a New Year's Eve party when my wife started having contractions," says Licht, 38, who played Jason Bateman's brainy brother on the series. "I'm thrilled – shocked that it was this soon, but thrilled. Everybody's healthy, and it really was an incredible experience."

    Jordan weighed 4 lbs., 10 oz. and was 18½ inches long. "She's already taller than me." quips Licht, who says he's enjoying feeding the baby and even changing her diapers. "My time is 4 a.m. on so my wife can get some sleep. I really love the time I have with her."

    Licht and his wife Kimberly, 38, an actress who has appeared on episodes of CSI: NY and Charmed, married over Memorial Day weekend in 2007. It's the second marriage and first child for both.

    "My wife is such a trooper," says Licht, who now runs his own financial planning company, JL Capital Management. "I'm a blessed man."

  • The New and Official Jeremy Licht Site - includes facts, photos, webrings, message board, links, and more

  • Jeremy Licht Audio Interview at

  • Hogan Family's Jeremy Licht Becomes a Dad (01/08/09)

  • Hogan Family Star Jeremy Licht Is Going to be a Dad (12/09/08)

  • Jeremy Licht People Magazine Article from August 27th, 2001

  • JL Capital Management - Jeremey Licht: Registered Investment Advisor

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Jeremy Licht

    Josh Taylor

    Josh Taylor was raised in the small central Illinois town of Chillichote (near Princeton). A talented high school athlete, Taylor was the captain of the football team and was named all-state quarterback during his senior year. He received his undergraduate degree at Dartmouth, where he majored in sociology and, upon, graduation, entered the University of Denver's law school. Subsequent to taking the bar exam, Taylor decided that he needed some time off prior to entering the legal world, so he packed his bags and headed for Los Angeles.

    It was while practicing before a bar of another type as a bartender in Los Angeles that his interest in acting began. Within ten months, he was immersed in acting classes and was working with several equity waiver theatre companies. Soon an agent was sending him out on auditions and he landed his first television role in an episode of "Police Story." Since that first break, he has co-starred in "Barnaby Jones" and appeared in "Today's FBI," "The Six Million Dollar Man" and "The Hardy Boys." Taylor was in the telefilm "Charlie Cobb" and starred in the short-lived series, "Riker." Last season, he starred opposite Barbara Eden in the telefilm "The Secret Life of Kathy McCormick" and will be seen in the upcoming television movie "Semesters at Sea."

    To daytime television viewers, Taylor is well-known as Chris Kositchek on the long-running soap opera "Days of Our Lives." He first auditioned for the part in 1977, and though it was not intended as a regular role, the character of Chris soon became a major force on the show. After four years of starring on "Days," Taylor took a two-year sabbatical from his soap opera chores before rejoining the cast in mid-1982. He continued doing "Days" and "The Hogan Family" until 1987, when he chose to concentrate solely on the latter.

    Following The Hogan Family, Mr. Taylor has appeared in several tv films, on Beverly Hills 90210 as Jack McKay from 1990-1993, and on The Young and Restless as Jed Sanders from 1993-1995, Taylor made his film debut in "Waltz Across Texas," with Anne Archer, Mary Kay Place, and Richard Farnsworth. He also appeared in the feature film "Valentine."

    Currently, he can be seen on Days of Our Lives where he has played the role of Roman Brady since 1997.

    Taylor is divorced from Sandahl Bergman and has one grown up daughter, Tristen. He owns a house in Burbank but tore down the garage to make room for his 1200 sq. ft. gym where he has "no excuse not to work out every day because it stares me in the face," he says with a laugh. In addition to weight training and aerobics, Taylor also practices his martial arts skills. His favorite past-time, however, is watching football. "If I hadn't become an actor," Taylor says, "I would have loved to have been a coach."

    Josh Taylor married American Airlines flight attendant Lisa Tremblay on November 6th, 1999.

  • The Official Josh Taylor Homepage

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Josh Taylor

    Christine Ebersole

    Christine Ebersole was born February 21st, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois. She appeared in the 1981-1982 season of Saturday Night Live, the movie Tootsie, the soap opera One Life to Live from 1983-1985 as Maxie McDermott, the 1986 tv series The Cavanaughs, several theatrical movies including Mac and Me, Richie Rich, and My Favorite Martian - and many other tv movies and tv appearances. Some of her most recent tv appearances were in 1998 on Love Boat: The Next Wave, Ally McBeal, and Just Shoot Me.

    Today, she is an accomplished musical stage actress. She has been in On the Tewntieth Century, Oklahoma! (as Ado Annie, the "girl who cain't say no," in the 1979 Broadway revival), Gypsy (the recent TV version with Bette Midler), Allegro (a failed Rodgers and Hammerstein musical that was revived in concert in 1994) and the title role in Mame (just this past season). 

    Recent movies include: My Girl 2, True Crime and the tv movies Double Platinum and Mary & Rhoda.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Christine Ebersole

    Judith Kahan appeared in several tv series including Doc, All's Fair, Mary Hartman Mary Hartman, Free Country, Mary, and Ferris Bueller. Some of her movie appearances include Stealing Home and Hot Shots! and Hot Shots! Part Deux.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Judith Kahan

    Edie McClurg

    Edie McClurg was born July 23rd, 1951 in Kansas City, Missouri. She began her career at KCUR-FM, a National Public Radio Network affiliate in Kansas City, Missouri, where she worked as a newswoman and documentary producer.

    While vacationing in San Francisco in 1975, Ms. McClurg was invited to join her brother Robert in the Pitschel Players improvisation group and moved with the group to Los Angeles in 1976. Upon arriving in L.A., however, she moved into films when she landed her first feature film role in Brian DePalma's "Carrie."

    Other film roles quickly followed and included appearances in "Eating Raoul," "Carrie," "Back to School," "Mr. Mom," "Ferris Beuller's Day Off," "Cheech and Chong's Next Movie," "Oh God-Book II" and "Trains, Planes and Automobiles." She also was the voice of French Pigeon in the animated feature "An American Tail" and starred in the feature film "Elvira: Mistress of the Dark."

    On television, Ms. McClurg was a regular guest on David Letterman's daytime program and has appeared on such series as "Trapper John, M.D.," "The Jeffersons," "Alice," "Diff'rent Strokes," "The Incredible Hulk," "The Richard Pryor Show," "Tony Orlando and Dawn," "WKRP in Cincinnati," "Madame's Place" and "Harper Valley P.T.A." On cable television, she has appeared in "Cinderella" on "Faerie Tale Theatre," "The Pee Wee Herman Show," and "Paragon of Comedy."

    Over the summer of 1989, Ms. McClurg honed her theatre skills, starring in the stage production of "Daddy's Dyin', Who's Got the Will," at the American Heartland Theatre in her hometown.

    A Hollywood resident, Ms. McClurg enjoys spending her leisure time with her bowling team, the "Great Balls of Lint." (according to the 1989 press kit)

    Following The Hogan Family, she appeared in the tv series Drexell's Class, the 1994 movie Natural Born Killers, numerous voices for cartoons and animated features including A Bug's Life and The Rugrats, and many other tv episode appearances (including Roseanne and Melrose Place) and movies.

    1999 appearances included the movies Can't Stop Dancing and The Manor and guest appearances on Nash Bridges and Mad About You.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Edie McClurg

    Willard Scott

    Willard Scott has made mornings much brighter for millions of “Today” viewers since he first appeared on the program in March 1980, reporting on the weather. He joined “Today” after having performed similar duties, beginning in 1968, at WRC-TV, the NBC Television Station in Washington, D.C.

    Scott is a great advocate of honoring centenarians. He wishes happy birthday to over-100-year-olds each Tuesday and Thursday mornings on “Today.” In addition, he substitutes for Al Roker as weather reporter.

    Scott has traveled with “Today” to China, Australia, South America and Hawaii, and to Rome during Holy Week. He also traveled with “Today” on a cruise along the U.S. eastern seaboard, throughout Europe aboard the Orient Express, and through the heartland of America on the “Today Express.”

    Scott has anchored coverage of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade since 1987, and he traditionally appears as Santa Claus at several White House events for children. For more than 30 years, he has lighted the national Christmas tree in Washington, D.C.

    Scott has made numerous appearances throughout the country, including at Carnegie Hall in 1989 with Skitch Henderson and the New York Pops; Symphony Hall in 1989, when he narrated “The Night Before Christmas” accompanied by the Boston Symphony; the Palace Theatre with George Abbott; and the Grand Ole Opry. In addition, Scott hosted the Family Channel’s “The New Original Amateur Hour” in 1991. He was also the first Ronald McDonald.

    He began his career with NBC as a page at the Washington station in 1950. At that time he was also a weekend disk jockey for Washington radio station WINX. He joined WOL Radio that same year and, with Ed Walker, formed The Joy Boys broadcast team, moving in 1953 to WRC-AM, the NBC Radio Station in Washington, D.C., and remaining there until 1972. They broadcast from WWDC, Washington, from 1972 to 1974. His weather reports were broadcast on WRC-AM from 1956 until 1972.

    Scott has distinguished himself with his public-service efforts. He has been named both Distinguished Virginian by the Virginia Association of Broadcasters (1990) and Washingtonian of the Year by Washingtonian magazine (1979). He also received the Great American Award from the Bards of Bohemia in New Orleans (1990) and was named Humanitarian in Residence by the National Society of Fund Raisers (1985). In 1985 he was recognized by President Ronald Reagan with the Private Sector Award for Public Service.

    The author of four books, Scott is a graduate of American University in Washington, D.C., with a B.A. in philosophy and religion. He is married to the former Mary Dwyer, and they are the parents of two daughters, Mary and Sally. Scott was born March 7, 1934, in Alexandria, VA.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Willard Scott

    Tom Hodges in the movie Heavyweights

    Tom Hodges was born July 1st, 1965 in Chicago, Illinois. Before The Hogan Family, he appeared in episodes of many different tv series and the theatrical movies Lucas and Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise.

    Following The Hogan Family, he has stayed quite active in acting. He has appeared in movies such as Excessive Force, The Babydoll Murders, and Heavyweights. His lengthy list of credits can be found at his entry at the Internet Movie Database.

    Tom was nice enough to e-mail recently and provide me with some more current information:

    "So, what the heck am I doing now? Well, I'm still acting, but I have added writing, directing and producing to my resume. I wrote/produced and directed a short titled SHOOT THE MOON a few years ago that won seven awards and played in fests worldwide. I am now represented by William Morris as a writer/director and Howard Entertainment (my managers) for everything (they handle Lisa Kudrow). I wrote a feature COOTIES which is currently being optioned, and I am attached to a feature titled THE CLEANERS which Lou Diamond Phillips is exec producing and co-starring in. Most exciting is that I was selected by Filmmaker magazine as one of their 25 faces to watch."

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Tom Hodges

    Steve Witting was born January 15 in Queens, New York. Steve Witting has literally grown up on stage, "the perfect training ground for a sitcom," he says, having performed extensively in everything from burlesque in summer stock to mime at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. In fact, he made a return to the stage in 1989 in the very playhouse in which he "cut his teeth" as an actor, starring in the title role of "The Nerd" at the Hampton Playhouse.

    Witting has worked behind the scenes in stage productions as well, learning the ropes of directing by assisting John Dexter (who directed the hit Broadway show "M. Butterfly") with various productions on and off Broadway. Outside of the live performance medium, he landed a role in the critically acclaimed theatrical film "The Flamingo Kid" with Matt Dillon, but it was a one time guest shot on the comedy series "Perfect Strangers" that convinced "The Hogan Family" producers that Witting was perfect for the role of Burt, David Hogan's nerdy pal.

    As Burt, Witting found his niche on the successful series as the sweet, lovable, and all too often awkward friend which allows him the opportunity to expand upon his own unique brand of physical comedy.

    In 1992, he starred in the FMV (full motion video) videogame for the Sega CD called "WireHead". He played the main actor. In the game, he had a special kind of wire in his head, and agents were chasing him so they could find him and get whatever it was in his brain. You controlled him in all the actions he made.

    Most recently, he has appeared in Batman Returns, Hoffa, and Dave as well as an April 1999 episode of It's Like You Know...

    Witting resides in Los Angeles with his wife Renee. In his spare time, he has enjoyed his "hobby" of running his theatre company, "The Drama Guild" in Queens since 1984.

    He was recently spotted in a series of commercials for Golden Grahams cereal where he played twins.

    He appeared in the post Super Bowl (2002) episode of Malcolm in the Middle as an announcer.

    From Joe (07/03/02): Last summer I had done a community production of Annie. On the night of the last and final dress rehersal Steve Witting had come to talk to the cast about doing the play. This year he is directing myself and many of my friends in The King and I.

    March 2008: Steve and his wife Renee are living in Queens in NYC. He is the current lead in the Stride Gum Advertising campaign and tv commercials as the pleading CEO of the company trying to get people to spit out that first piece of long lasting gum so the company can make more sales.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Steve Witting

    Josie Bissett

    Josie Bissett was born Josie Heutmaker on October 5th, 1970 in Seattle, Washington.

    Josie has appeared in episodes of Doogie Howser M.D., Quantum Leap, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, and Burke's Law. She has appeared in several films including The Doors (her feature film debut), The Book of Love, Mikey, and All-American Murder. More recently, she starred in the made-for-television films Dare to Love, Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear, Danielle Steele's Secrets and the upcoming The Sky's on Fire. She is perhaps best know for her role as Jane Andrews Mancini on Melrose Place from 1992-1997 and 1998-1999.

    She has served as the spokesperson for Lee Jean's Breast Cancer Awareness fundraising and education campaign, in addition to opening a ceramic arts and crafts studio with her sister and brother-in-law in Seattle.

    She has been married to actor Rob Estes since May 1st, 1992. In 1996, People Magazine chose her as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world.

    They gave birth to a son, Mason Tru Estes, on Wednesday, July 21st 1999. Josie was on the fall '99 cover of Fit Pregnancy magazine.

  • The Josie Bissett Ring

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Josie Bissett

    Angela Lee appeared in a Who's the Boss? episode before The Hogan Family. She also appeared in the movies: Annie, Uncommon Valor, Children in the Crossfire, and Ted & Ralph.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for Angela Lee

    John Hillerman

    John Hillerman was born December 20th, 1932 in Denison, Texas. He is, perhaps, best known for his role of Jonathan Quayle Higgins III on the long running tv series Magnum P.I. which starred Tom Selleck. He also appeared as Simon Brimmer on Ellery Queen. He has many other tv movies, tv show appearances, etc. to his credit, a complete list can be found at his entry at the Internet Movie Database. His most recent credit is the 1996 movie, A Very Brady Sequel as Dr. Whitehead.

  • Internet Movie Database entry for John Hillerman

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