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Glynnis O'Connor

Glynnis O'Connor
Born (1956-11-19) November 19, 1956
New Rochelle, New York, USA
Years active 1973-present
Spouse(s) Douglas Stern (?-present; 2 children)
Children Lindsay
Hana

Glynnis O'Connor (born November 19, 1956) is an American actress, perhaps best known for her work in the mid-1970s, including her lead actress roles in the TV version of Our Town, the short-lived TV series Sons and Daughters, and the films Ode to Billy Joe and Jeremy, both of which co-starred Robby Benson. She also co-starred in Baby Blue Marine with Jan-Michael Vincent.

Life and career

O'Connor was born in New Rochelle, New York,[1] and is the daughter of stage, film and TV actress Lenka Peterson and film producer Daniel Patrick O'Connor.[2][3]

In 1973, O'Connor performed the title-song vocals for the film Jeremy.[4]

In January 8, 1974 she starred in CBS Radio Mystery Theatre production of "Ring of Roses."

O'Connor appeared in the 1976 John Travolta - Diana Hyland tearjerker made-for-television film The Boy in the Plastic Bubble.

In 1984, O'Connor starred as Leola Mae Harmon in the made-for-TV movie Why Me? (co-starring Armand Assante), a drama about an Air Force nurse who has a tragic car accident then undergoes a series of facial reconstruction surgeries.[5] That same year, she also appeared in the comedy Johnny Dangerously alongside Michael Keaton, Peter Boyle and Joe Piscopo.

In 1986, O'Connor appeared in the NBC made-for-TV movie The Deliberate Stranger with Mark Harmon.

From the late 1990s through 2004, she had a recurring role as Anne Paulsen on Law & Order. In 2007 she starred in the independent feature film P.J.,[6] directed by Russ Emanuel co-starring John Heard, Vincent Pastore and Robert Picardo, and appeared in the film Our Last Days as Children.

O'Connor is married to Douglas Stern and has two daughters, Lindsay and Hana Stern. One of her four brothers is director Brian O'Connor.

References

  1. ^ "Interview with Glynnis O'Connor". CHicago Sun Times. 
  2. ^ "Glynnis O'Connor Biography (1955-)". Filmreference.com. 1955-11-19. Retrieved 2014-04-21. 
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Lee Holdridge - Jeremy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Vinyl, LP, Album) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2014-04-21. 
  5. ^ Why Me? at the Internet Movie Database
  6. ^ "P.J.: A Journey of the Heart | A Russ Emanuel Film". Pjthemovie.com. Retrieved 2014-04-21. 

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