Cheryl Ladd

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Cheryl Ladd
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Birth name Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor
Born July 12, 1951 in Huron, South Dakota, USA
Sometimes credited as Cherie Moor,
Cheryl Stoppelmoor,
Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Charlie's Angels Kris Munroe 1977–1981 2 3 4 5
One West Waikiki Dawn Holliday 1994–1996 1 2

Recurring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Las Vegas Jillian Deline 2003–2008

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
The Rookies
(credited as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
Girl 1x09 - The Good Die Young November 13, 1972
Ironside
(credited as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
Gwen 6x24 - A Game of Showdown March 22, 1973
The Partridge Family
(credited as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
Johanna 4x06 - Double Trouble October 20, 1973
The Streets of San Francisco
(credited as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
Susan Ellen Morley 2x17 - Blockade January 24, 1974
Happy Days Cindy Shea 2x07 - Wish Upon a Star November 12, 1974
Switch Jill Lorimer 1x11 - Death By Resurrection December 2, 1975
Police Woman Kate 3x23 - Silky Chamberlain March 8, 1977
Charmed Doris 5x15 - The Day the Magic Died February 16, 2003
Just Shoot Me Herself 7x10 - Pictures of Lily April 22, 2003
Boston Public Angela Sanchez 4x02 - Chapter Sixty-Nine September 26, 2003
Hope & Faith Mary Jo 2x10 - 9012-Uh-Oh November 26, 2004
CSI: Miami Amanda Collins 8x03 - Bolt Action October 5, 2009
NCIS Mary Courtney 9x06 - Thirst October 25, 2011
Chuck Emma 5x08 - Chuck Versus the Baby December 30, 2011

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
The Cheryl Ladd Special Herself April 14, 1979
When She Was Bad... Teeny Morgan November 25, 1979 ABC Sunday Night Movie
Kentucky Woman Maggie Telford January 11, 1983 CBS Tuesday Night at the Movies
Grace Kelly Grace Kelly February 21, 1983 ABC Monday Night Movie

Talk Show Appearances

Trivia

  • married to David Ladd from 1973 to 1980; daughter Jordan Ladd
  • was one of the singing voices on Josie and the Pussycats
  • had a Top 40 hit with "Think It Over" in 1978