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Caroline McWilliams is a Actor American born on 4 april 1945 at Seattle (USA)

Caroline McWilliams

Caroline McWilliams
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Birth name Caroline Margaret McWilliams
Nationality USA
Birth 4 april 1945 at Seattle (USA)
Death 11 february 2010 (at 64 years) at Los Angeles (USA)

Caroline Margaret McWilliams (April 4, 1945 – February 11, 2010) was an American actress best known for her portrayal of Marcy Hill in the television series Benson. McWilliams was a regular on the CBS soap, Guiding Light (as Janet Norris) for several years and also appeared in a short-term role (as Tracy DeWitt) on the NBC soap Another World. She also had a recurring role on Beverly Hills, 90210 playing the mother of Jamie Walters' character Ray Pruit.

Biography

Although she was born in Seattle, McWilliams grew up in Rhode Island. She graduated in 1966 with a bachelor's degree from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. She was married in 1982 to Michael Keaton, with whom she had a son, Sean, born in 1983. They divorced in 1990.

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Joseph Whipp
Joseph Whipp
(1 films)
Edward Asnere
Edward Asnere
(1 films)
Kellie Martin
Kellie Martin
(1 films)
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Filmography of Caroline McWilliams (5 films)

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Actress

Stop at Nothing, 1h36
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Veronica Hamel, Lindsay Frost, David Ackroyd, Robert Desiderio, Caroline McWilliams, Al Ruscio
Roles A.J. Parker
Rating62% 3.141713.141713.141713.141713.14171
Private detective and former Drug Enforcement agent Parrish (Lindsay Frost) is hired to be a bodyguard for a week to 8-year-old Kimberly Howard (Deborah Ann Gorman), who currently serves the key role in the custody battle of her parents James (Joseph Hacker) and Glenna (Annabella Price). James fears that Glenna will run off with Kimberly, considering that she is losing the battle, is refusing alimony and is advised by the judge to seek psychiatric help. James is awarded temporary custody, and hires Parrish for assistance during his work hours. Parrish does not feel comfortable around children, and Kimberly immediately shows her lack of interest in her. Glenna, meanwhile, is heartbroken over having lost the case, and tells her lawyer that she hates how James can abuse Kimberly on a daily basis now. Her lawyer feels sorry for the woman and puts her in contact with former reporter Nettie Forbes (Veronica Hamel), who has spent a year in prison for attempting to murder the man who had abused and killed her daughter. Since then, Nettie specializes in helping mothers to kidnap their children from their abusive husbands, and she offers Glenna a new identity following the kidnapping of Kimberly.
Switched at Birth, 3h6
Directed by Waris Hussein
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Bonnie Bedelia, Brian Kerwin, John M. Jackson, Ariana Richards, Eve Gordon, Alyson Hannigan
Roles Lois Morehead
Rating72% 3.6007453.6007453.6007453.6007453.600745
Within days of Arlena Twigg's birth in Florida in late 1978, she is found to have a chronic illness. Blood tests reveals that she is not the biological daughter of Regina and Ernest Twigg. Arlena is ill throughout her life and dies at the age of nine. Subsequently, her parents search for their biological daughter, who they find is being raised as Kimberly Mays by a man who believes that he is her father.
Mermaids
Mermaids (1990)
, 1h46
Directed by Richard Benjamin
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Films about virginity
Actors Cher, Bob Hoskins, Winona Ryder, Christina Ricci, Michael Schoeffling, Caroline McWilliams
Roles Carrie
Rating66% 3.349833.349833.349833.349833.34983
The film is narrated by Charlotte Flax, a 15-year-old girl living in Oklahoma with her glamorous but eccentric mother, Rachel (whom she calls "Mrs. Flax"), and 9-year-old sister, Kate, who calls her by her given name. The narration begins in early fall 1963, just as Rachel's latest fling with her married employer ends and she decides to relocate once again. This time, they move to a new home near a convent in the small town of Eastport, Massachusetts. Charlotte has an obsession with Catholicism and idolizes the nuns living in the convent. She is always reminded by Rachel that they are Jewish. Kate, on the other hand, loves oceans and swimming. She apparently learned to do so when she was a baby, allowing her to win many competitions.
White Water Summer, 1h30
Directed by Jeff Bleckner
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure
Actors Kevin Bacon, Sean Astin, Jonathan Ward, Caroline McWilliams, K. C. Martel, Matt Adler
Roles Virginia Block
Rating62% 3.1004553.1004553.1004553.1004553.100455
School is out for the summer, and a group of young teenagers go on a hike with Vic, an experienced guide. One teen, Alan, butts heads with Vic during the film, as the life lessons Vic attempts to teach annoy him. The more defiant Alan gets, the more extreme the lessons come from Vic. Alan's defiance and Vic's aggressive lessons culminate in disaster and Vic winds up breaking his leg. Alan then has to use his skills and some of Vic's to get down from the mountain.
The Richest Cat in the World, 2h
Directed by Greg Beeman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Adventure, Western
Themes Films about animals, Films about cats, Children's films
Actors Ramon Bieri, Steven Kampmann, Caroline McWilliams, Steve Vinovich, George Wyner, Brandon Call
Roles Paula Rigsby
Rating62% 3.143673.143673.143673.143673.14367
The death of millionaire Oscar Kohlmeyer leaves an inheritance to a talking cat called Leo Kohlmeyer. Leo's inheritance is worth five million dollars while Oscar's nephew (Mr. Rigsby) gets twenty-five thousand dollars on the condition he doesn't contest the will. Being greedy and bossy, Mrs. Rigsby forces her husband to contest. The Rigsbys try to kidnap the cat.