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Loni Anderson is a Actor American born on 5 august 1945 at Saint Paul (USA)

Loni Anderson

Loni Anderson
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Birth name Loni Kaye Anderson
Nationality USA
Birth 5 august 1945 (78 years) at Saint Paul (USA)

Loni Kaye Anderson (born August 5, 1945) is an American actress who is best known for her four-year run as receptionist Jennifer Marlowe on the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982).


Anderson has been married four times; her first three marriages were to: Bruce Hasselberg (1964–66), Ross Bickell (1973–81), and actor (and one-time co-star) Burt Reynolds (1988–93). On May 17, 2008, Anderson married musician Bob Flick, one of the founding members of the folk band The Brothers Four. The couple had first met at a movie premiere in Minneapolis in 1963.

She has two children: a daughter, Deidre Hoffman (fathered by Hasselberg), who is a school administrator in California; and a son, Quinton Anderson Reynolds (born August 31, 1988), whom she and Reynolds adopted. Her autobiography, My Life in High Heels, was published in 1997.

Growing up with parents who smoked and were affected by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Anderson became the spokeswoman for the National Lung Health Education Program’s campaign and COPDTogether to increase awareness about COPD and caregiver support.

Anderson was raised as a Lutheran.

Usually with

Gary Goldman
Gary Goldman
(1 films)
Don Bluth
Don Bluth
(1 films)
Jim Wynorski
Jim Wynorski
(2 films)
Sean McNamara
Sean McNamara
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Loni Anderson (15 films)

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3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain, 1h33
Directed by Sean McNamara
Origin USA
Genres Martial arts, Comedy, Action, Adventure, Martial arts
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films, Children's films
Actors Hulk Hogan, Loni Anderson, Jim Varney, Victor Wong, Lindsay Felton, Ron Balicki
Roles Medusa
Rating29% 1.467071.467071.467071.467071.46707
The film opens as normal while Rocky (Mathew Botuchis), Colt (Michael O'Laskey II), Tum Tum (James Paul Roeske II) are at the home of their Grandfather Mori (Victor Wong) for the summer to perform their ninja training. After being put to an obstacle course test and failing, Tum Tum overhears Rocky and Colt talking about no longer returning since they are older and have more adult things to do, depressing him. After they return home from their vacation, they meet Amanda (Chelsey Earlywine) when their heads are almost buzzed off when her out-of-control radio-controlled helicopter also broke one of their windows. After making amends, she is invited to Tum Tum's birthday party the following day at Mega Mountain which she accepts. Tum Tum is also very depressed when his favorite action hero Dave Dragon (Hulk Hogan) is set to retire and end his television series due to poor ratings, and even concerns his mother when she offers him food, to which he replies that he says "No thanks Mom, I'm not hungry".
A Night at the Roxbury, 1h22
Directed by John Fortenberry, Amy Heckerling
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Musical, Romance
Themes Buddy films
Actors Molly Shannon, Loni Anderson, Dan Hedaya, Jennifer Coolidge, Chris Kattan, Will Ferrell
Roles Barbara Butabi
Rating62% 3.102593.102593.102593.102593.10259
Wealthy Yemeni-American brothers Steve and Doug Butabi enjoy frequenting nightclubs, where they bob their heads in unison to Eurodance, a subgenre of dance music, commonly doing it to Haddaway's hit song "What Is Love" and also fail miserably at picking up women. Their dream is to party at the Roxbury, a fabled Los Angeles nightclub where they are continually denied entrance by a hulking bouncer. By day, the brothers work at an artificial plant store owned by their wealthy father, Kamehl. They spend most of their time goofing off, daydreaming about opening a club as cool as the Roxbury together, and Doug using credit card transactions as an excuse to flirt with a card approval associate via telephone that he calls "Credit Vixen." The store shares a wall with a lighting emporium owned by Fred Sanderson. Mr. Butabi and Mr. Sanderson hope that Steve and Emily, Sanderson's daughter, will marry, uniting the families and the businesses to form the first plant-lamp emporium.
Without Warning, 1h40
Directed by Robert Iscove
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Action
Themes Films about religion, Films set in the future, Political films, Dystopian films, Impact events in fiction, Disaster films, American disaster films
Actors Jane Kaczmarek, James Handy, Ashley Peldon, Dennis Lipscomb, Brian McNamara, James Morrison
Roles Actress in Opening Movie Segment (uncredited)
Rating67% 3.396373.396373.396373.396373.39637
Broadcast eleven years after a similar program, Special Bulletin, Without Warning starts in an identical fashion, with the beginning of "regular programming", in this case the opening of a murder mystery film with the title Without Warning, starring Loni Anderson (appearing in a cameo). Within moments, however, the program is interrupted with a news bulletin of an earthquake in Wyoming. The "movie" resumes but a few moments later is interrupted for good as coverage begins of a Halloween night meteor impact on the United States.
Munchie Strikes Back, 1h34
Directed by Jim Wynorski
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy
Actors Lesley-Anne Down, Andrew Stevens, Howard Hesseman, John Byner, Angus Scrimm, Steve Franken
Rating33% 1.6587151.6587151.6587151.6587151.658715
Because of the repercussions left from his last adventure, Munchie must appear before a celestial court presided over by Kronus (Angus Scrimm). The tribunal proceeds to blame Munchie for a number of historical calamities, including the sinking of Atlantis, the crash of the Hindenburg, the cataclysm of Vesuvius, the meltdown of Chernobyl. As punishment, he is sentenced to help single mom Linda McClelland (Lesley-Anne Down). Linda's son Chris (Trenton Knight) is the only one who can see Munchie, and Munchie and he become best buddies. Chris is the pitcher of a Little League team, and is being bullied by Brett Carlisle (Corey Mendelsohn), who is his rival in baseball as well as for the attentions of the girl-next-door Jennifer (Natanya Ross). While out of town on a business trip, Linda's boss makes improper advances to her. When she refuses his advances, he fires her. This creates financial hardship on the family. Munchie intervenes in their lives, making it so Chris has a perfect game and impresses Jennifer, and Linda finds a bag of money to prevent eviction. Munchie appears back before the tribunal, who assign his next punishment... to help Bill Clinton.
Munchie (1992)
, 1h18
Directed by Jim Wynorski
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Comedy horror films
Actors Andrew Stevens, Dom DeLuise, Loni Anderson, Arte Johnson, Toni Naples, Jennifer Love Hewitt
Roles Cathy Dobson
Rating35% 1.7754951.7754951.7754951.7754951.775495
Gage Dobson is a young boy dealing with various problems in his life. He is constantly bullied at school (by his fellow students AND the teachers), his mother, Cathy, (Loni Anderson) is dating the "creep" Dr. Elliot Carlisle (Andrew Stevens), with whom Gage has a mutual hatred, and the girl he adores, Andrea (Jennifer Love Hewitt), doesn't seem to know he exists. Gage's only friend is Professor Cruikshank (Arte Johnson), whom everyone considers a crackpot. After wandering into an abandoned mine, Gage finds a creature that calls itself Munchie (voiced by Dom DeLuise). Gage runs home, frightened by the creature, only to find that Munchie has followed him home. Munchie explains to his new "pal" that he has magical powers and can help him out with the problems in his life.
All Dogs Go to Heaven, 1h25
Directed by Don Bluth, Gary Goldman, Gary Goldman
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Adventure, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Films about children, Films about religion, Films about dogs, Films about angels, Musical films, Buddy films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Judith Barsi, Vic Tayback, Melba Moore, Charles Nelson Reilly
Roles Flo (voice)
Rating67% 3.35093.35093.35093.35093.3509
In 1939 New Orleans, a roguish German Shepherd named Charlie B. Barkin escapes from a dog pound with the help of his friend, a dachshund named Itchy Itchiford. They return to a casino riverboat on the bayou, which is formerly run by Charlie with his partner, a bulldog named Carface Caruthers. Not wanting to share the profits with Charlie, Carface persuades him to leave town with 50% of the casino's earnings. Charlie agrees, but is later intoxicated and murdered by Carface. He is sent to Heaven where a whippet angel named Annabelle (who was named in the sequel) tells him that a gold watch representing his life has stopped. He steals and winds it, sending Charlie back to Earth, but is told that if he dies again, he will go to Hell. After reuniting with Itchy, they discover that Carface is holding an orphan girl named Anne-Marie (presumably kidnapped from the orphanage by Carface), who has the ability to talk to animals and gain knowledge of a race's results beforehand, allowing Carface to rig the odds on the rat races and become rich. They rescue her, intending to use her abilities to get revenge on Carface, though Charlie tells her that they plan to give their winnings to the poor and help her find parents.
The Lonely Guy, 1h27
Directed by Arthur Hiller
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Steve Martin, Judith Ivey, Charles Grodin, Steve Lawrence, Robyn Douglass, Merv Griffin
Roles Herself (uncredited)
Rating62% 3.1008953.1008953.1008953.1008953.100895
When shy Larry Hubbard (Steve Martin), a greeting card writer, finds his girlfriend Danielle (Robyn Douglass) in bed with another man, he is forced to begin a new life as a "lonely guy." Larry befriends fellow "lonely guy" Warren (Charles Grodin), who considers committing suicide.
Stroker Ace, 1h36
Directed by Hal Needham
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Action, Adventure
Themes Sports films, Transport films, Films about automobiles, Auto racing films, Road movies
Actors Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, Loni Anderson, Jim Nabors, Parker Stevenson, John Byner
Roles Pembrook Feeney
Rating49% 2.4532.4532.4532.4532.453
Stroker Ace is a popular race car driver from Waycross, Georgia, and (according to dialogue), a three-time champion, on the NASCAR circuit. An all-or-nothing man, he wins if he does not crash. He is arrogant and pompous, with no regard for the business side of his racing team. He also has an on-track, season-long rivalry with ambitious young driver Aubrey James (Parker Stevenson).
The Jayne Mansfield Story, 1h40
Directed by Dick Lowry
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography
Themes Films about television
Actors Loni Anderson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lewis Arquette, Kathleen Lloyd, G. D. Spradlin, Whitney Rydbeck
Roles Jayne Mansfield
Rating52% 2.6121452.6121452.6121452.6121452.612145
The film tells the fictionalized rise and fall of Hollywood bombshell and sex symbol, Jayne Mansfield.
Vigilante Force, 1h29
Directed by George Armitage
Genres Drama, Action, Adventure, Horror, Crime
Actors Kris Kristofferson, Jan-Michael Vincent, Victoria Principal, Bernadette Peters, Brad Dexter, Judson Pratt
Roles Peaches (uncredited)
Rating52% 2.6051052.6051052.6051052.6051052.605105
A small California town is overrun with unruly and rowdy behavior from oil-field workers. Aaron Arnold, a Vietnam War veteran, and the brother of one of the locals (Ben Arnold), is hired to assist the police in restoring the peace. Aaron hires mercenaries trained in combat to help. After controlling the oil field workers, the veterans take over the town for their own not-always-legal purposes. Confrontation between the town police and locals and the mercenaries ends in violence.
Nevada Smith, 2h8
Directed by Henry Hathaway
Origin USA
Genres Action, Western
Themes Films about animals, Assassinat, Films about snakes, Reptile
Actors Steve McQueen, Karl Malden, Brian Keith, John Arthur Kennedy, Suzanne Pleshette, Raf Vallone
Roles Brunette Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Rating68% 3.448323.448323.448323.448323.44832
In the West of the 1890s, a trio of outlaws, Bill Bowdre (Arthur Kennedy), Jesse Coe (Martin Landau) and Tom Fitch (Karl Malden), robs, tortures and brutally kills the white father and Indian mother of young Max Sand (Steve McQueen). Max sets out to avenge their deaths. Fitch keeps a tobacco pouch made from the breast of Max's mother, that contains a piece of beaded deerskin from her shirt. Max uses this clue to help him find the men.