Connie Stevens

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Connie Stevens
Birth name Concetta Rosalie Anna Ingolia
Born August 8, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Hawaiian Eye Cricket Blake 1959–1963 1 2 3 4
Wendy and Me Wendy Conway 1964–1965 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
77 Sunset Strip Pat Forsyth 1x11 - One False Step December 19, 1958
77 Sunset Strip Cleo Mason 1x27 - Honey from the Bee April 10, 1959
Cheyenne (1955) Clovis 4x02 - The Reprieve October 5, 1959
77 Sunset Strip Cricket Blake 2x33 - Perfect Setup May 20, 1960
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Guest Performer 1x06 - Show #6 February 26, 1968
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Guest Performer 2x21 - Show #35 February 24, 1969
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Cameo Appearance 2x22 - Show #36 March 3, 1969
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Cameo Appearance 2x23 - Show #37 March 10, 1969
Hotel Barbara Harding 1x02 - Choices October 5, 1983
Murder, She Wrote Cynthia Armstrong 2x11 - Murder Digs Deep December 29, 1985
Murder, She Wrote Marge Haley 6x16 - The Big Show of 1965 February 25, 1990
Baywatch Shelley Sands 7x07 - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner November 9, 1996
Clueless Ms. DeWitt 1x14 - The Party's Over January 10, 1997

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
The Hollywood Squares (1966) May 6-10, 1968
The Hollywood Squares (1966) May 27-31, 1968
The Hollywood Squares (1966) July 8-12, 1968
The Hollywood Squares (1966) October 14-18, 1968
The Hollywood Squares (1966) October 28-November 1, 1968
The Hollywood Squares (1966) July 14-18, 1969
The Hollywood Squares (1966) August 17-21, 1970
The Hollywood Squares (1966) January 17-21, 1972
The Hollywood Squares (1966) January 24-28, 1972
The Hollywood Squares (1966) July 3-7, 1972
The Hollywood Squares (1966) January 29-February 2, 1973
The Hollywood Squares (1966) June 18-22, 1973
The Hollywood Squares (1966) July 23-27, 1973
The Hollywood Squares (1966) July 30-August 3, 1973

Singles

  • "Kookie Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)", duet with Edd Byrnes (#3 pop, 1959)
  • "Sixteen Reasons" (#3 pop, 1960)