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What is Sandy Duncan doing now? From Peter Pan to Roots



Who is Sandy Duncan?

American actress and singer Sandra Kay Duncan was born in New London, Texas USA, on 20 February 1946, meaning that Pisces is her zodiac sign. She’s appeared in 38 TV series and movies, but is probably still known best for voicing Queen Uberta in the 1994 animated comedy movie “The Swan Princess”, which starred Howard McGillin and Jack Palance, and was written and directed by Richard Rich. It follows a princess who’s been cursed by a sorcerer to live as a swan, and the film won one of its nine award nominations.

Sandy’s still today active in the film industry, although not as much as before the 2000s, as she’s today spends more time with her family.

Early life and education

Sandy and her sister Robyn were raised in New London by their father Mancil Ray Duncan and mother Sylvia; Mancil was the owner of a gas station, while Sylvia was a housewife.

Sandy was five when she began appearing in commercials, and nine when she and her family moved to Tyler, Texas. She appeared in her first theatre play aged 12, when paid $150 a week to play a supporting character in “The King and I”.

Sandy enrolled at local high school in 1960, and upon matriculating in 1964 enrolled at Lon Morris College in Jacksonville, Texas, but eventually dropped out, wanting to focus on acting.


TV series roles

Sandy’s debut TV series role was portraying Helen in two episodes of the 1964 romantic drama “Search for Tomorrow”, and the year 1971 saw her play Angeline in the episode “An Earthquake Called Callahan” of the western “Bonanza”.

She gained recognition in 1971, when cast to star as Sandy Stockton in all 13 episodes of the comedy “Funny Face”, which also starred Kathleen Freeman and Valorie Armstrong, and was created by Carl Kleinschmitt. It follows a girl who’s experiencing big city life for the first time now that she’s enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles – the series was nominated for a 1972 Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Comedy Series (Sandy).

She could then have been heard voicing a character in the 1972 episode “Sandy Duncan’s Jekyll and Hyde” of the animated adventure comedy “The New Scooby-Doo Movies”, as well as starring in her own comedy show “The Sandy Duncan Show”. The remainder of the ‘70s saw Sandy make a guest appearance in an episode of a couple of series, such as the comedy “Good Heavens”, the crime action “The Six Million Dollar Man”, and the action adventure “The Bionic Woman”, and in 1977, she played Missy Anne Reynolds in the hit biographical historical mini-series “Roots”. It starred Robert Reed and LeVar Burton, follows a family of black people from their enslavement to liberation, and the mini-series won 17 of its 52 award nominations.

From 1987 through 1991, she starred as Sandy Hogan in the popular family comedy “Valerie”, which also starred Jeremy Licht and Jason Bateman, and was created by Charlie Hauck. It follows a woman who’s raising her three sons alone as her husband’s a pilot and spends most of his time away from home, and the series won two of its 15 award nominations. Sandy’s only other TV series role in the ‘90s was playing Defense Attorney Michelle ‘Shelly’ Kates in the 1995 episode “Paranoia” of the crime mystery “Law & Order”.

She’s since had three more TV series roles, playing Trial Judge Virginia Farrell in two episodes of the 2015 crime mystery “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, voicing a character in the 2020 episode “The Dreaded Remake of Jekyll & Hyde” of the animated adventure comedy “Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?”, and two episodes of the 2023 mini-series “Doris Dear’s Gurl Talk”.

Movie roles

Sandy’s debut film role was portraying Woman in TV Montage in the 1969 drama “Midnight Cowboy”, which starred Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman, and was directed by John Schlesinger. It follows a man who’s travelled from Texas to New York City in search of fortune, and the movie won 28 of its 44 award nominations, including Oscar wins for Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium, Best Director and Best Picture.


A couple of Sandy’s following roles were in the 1971 family science fiction comedy “The Million Dollar Duck”, the 1971 comedy “Star Spangled Girl” and the 1973 short drama “The All Star Spangled Mission”. The year 1976 saw her star as Pinocchio in the family fantasy musical “Pinocchio”, which also starred Clive Revill and Danny Kaye, and was directed by Sid Smith and Ron Field; it follows a lonely woodcarver who’s carved a puppet as a daughter, and the movie won two of its four award nominations. The remainder of the ‘70s saw Sandy appear in the 1976 family musical comedy “Christmas in Disneyland” and the 1978 family science fiction comedy “The Cat from Outer Space”.

In 1981, she voiced Vixey in the evergreen animated adventure “The Fox and the Hound”, which starred Kurt Russell and Mickey Rooney, and was directed by Richard Rich and Ted Berman. It follows the hound Copper and the fox Tod who’ve become best friends, and the movie won one of its three award nominations. Some of Sandy’s other film roles in the ‘80s were in the 1988 short family fantasy “The Backyard Show”, the 1989 short family fantasy “Three Wishes”, and the 1989 comedy “My Boyfriend’s Back”.

The year 1993 saw her play Lorrie Helm in the drama “Miracle on Interstate 880”, which starred Len Cariou and Ruben Blades, and was directed by Robert Iscove. It follows a man who’s trying to rescue the people who’ve become trapped on the I-880 bridge following an earthquake, and the film was nominated for two awards.

In 2001, Sandy portrayed Natasha in the romantic comedy “Never Again”, which starred Jill Clayburgh and Jeffrey Tambor, and was written and directed by Eric Schaeffer. It follows a man and a woman who’ve fallen in love at a gay bar, and the film was nominated for a 2003 AARP Movies for Grownups Award for Best Grownup Love Story.

Sandy’s most recent film role was playing The Queen in the 2001 short fantasy science fiction “G Spots?”

Other credits

Sandy received special thanks for the 2002 short documentary movie “Remembering ‘Roots’”.

She produced the 2016 short comedy movie “Life is Funny”.

Some of Sandy’s recent talk-show appearances have been in “WGN Morning News”, “Stars in the House” and “CBS News Sunday Morning”.

Awards and accolades

Sandy’s been nominated for eight awards: two Golden Globes in 1972 for her performance in “The Million Dollar Duck” and “Star Spangled Girl”, two Primetime Emmys in 1972 and 1977, for “Funny Face” and “Roots”, respectively, and four Photoplay Gold Medals for Favorite Variety Star from 1975 through 1978.


Love life and marriages

Sandy’s married thrice. Her first husband was American actor and singer Bruce Scott Zaharaides, whom she met when they starred alongside in the off-Broadway play “Your Own Thing”; the two married on 5 September 1968, their divorce was finalized in October 1972, Sandy later revealing that her success led to the divorce, because Bruce was threatened by it.

She married her second husband, Dr. Thomas Calcaterra on 10 January 1973, but divorced in 1979; they met when Thomas was hired as a consulting surgeon when Sandy with diagnosed with a brain tumor, and divorced because Sandy was unwilling to stay at home and be a ‘good doctor’s wife’.

She’s been married to American actor, dancer and choreographer Donald ‘Don’ Correia since 21 July 1980; Sandy gave birth to their first son Jeffrey Correia on 5 October 1982, and their second son Michael Correia followed on 19 March 1984.

Sandy’s yet to speak about other men whom she’s dated, she’s married to her third husband Donald ‘Don’ Correia as of May 2023, and they have two sons together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Sandy was diagnosed with a tumor on her optic nerve in 1972, and thus had to leave the series “Funny Face”; the doctors were able to save her left eye which was affected by the tumor, but Sandy lost all vision in it. Some people mistakenly believe that she has a glass eye.

She had a crush on famous American actor and producer Peter Marshall, who’s today 97 years old.

There’s an alternative punk band called Sandy Duncan’s Eye.

For her performance in the 1980 Broadway revival of the play “Peter Pan”, Sandy was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress; she was also nominated for two other Tony Awards: for Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical) for the 1969 production of “Canterbury Tales”, and for Best Actress (Musical) for the 1971 “The Boy Friend”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Sandy’s age is 77. She has blue eyes and brown hair, which she usually dyes blonde; she’s 5ft 4ins (1.62m) tall and weighs around 130lbs (58kgs).

Sandy’s net worth’s been estimated at over $6 million, as of May 2023.

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Lucas Bryant’s Biography – Wife, Net Worth, Height, Daughter



Lucas Bryant is a Canadian-American actor, who is probably best known for his portrayal of the character Nathan Wuornos in the TV series “Haven”.

Early life and childhood

Lucas was born on 28 September 1978 in Elmira, Ontario, Canada, so under the influence of the sun sign Libra. His parents are M. Darrol Bryant and Susan Hodges Bryant – his father was born in North Dakota and his mother also in the US; they shifted to Canada during Lucas’s pregnancy.


Bryant attended Elmira District Secondary School and matriculated high school. He further enrolled at Sheridan College situated in Oakville, Ontario, and studied theatre and acting.


In high school, Lucas acted in several school theater productions as well as at the Sears Ontario Drama Festival. He got his first part in “Queer as Folk” as a student in 2002, and was the lead actor in the UPN series, “Sex, Love & Secrets” in 2005. The same year he made an appearance in “More Sex and the Single Mom”, and guest starred in “Odyssey 5”.


In the next couple of years he was seen in several Canadian projects such as “Crazy Canucks”, “The Eleventh Hour” and “An American in Canada”.

Bryant starred as Calvin Puddie in the 2006 movie “Playing House” which was based on the book by Patricia Pearson. He also played Brad in the musical “I Hate Musicals”. He made appearances in “The Vow” and “A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride”. In 2010, he played in the suspense-thriller TV series “Perfect Plan”.

In 2010, Lucas was awarded the lead role in “Haven” which is based on a novel by Stephen King called “The Colorado Kid”. He played the character Nathan Wuornos who is a local cop opposite star Emily Rose. In 2011, he ranked number 72 on the list of ‘TV’s Sexiest Men of 2011’ by Buddy TV.

In 2012, he starred in the movie “Merry In-Laws” as Peter, a teacher who is engaged to an astronomer. The movie was directed by Leslie Hope who had worked with Lucas before in “A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride”.


In 2013, he was seen in shows “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Beauty & the Beast” and “Cracked”.

Lucas played Count Johan Oxenstierna in the drama “The Girl King” in 2015, and also had a supporting role in “Secret Summer”, along with his former co-star Emily Rose. In 2016, he appeared as Tom Novak in “Tulips in Spring” which was a Hallmark Original Movie. He also appeared as Colin Fitzgerald in “Summer Love”, and was seen in “Shoot the Messenger”, a CBC series.

In 2019, he portrayed the character of Keller in three episodes of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” He also played Duke in the TV movie “Country at Heart”, and Jack in “Time for You to Come Home for Christmas”.


Lucas has been married to Australian actress and personal trainer Kirsty Hinchcliffe, for over twelve years. They welcomed their daughter in August 2008 and a son in 2015. They currently live in Santa Monica, California.

Who he had relationships with in the past is not known at the moment.



He holds American and Canadian nationality and is white of ethnicity. His hair color is blond and his eyes are brown . His height is 6ft 0.5ins (1.88m), but information on his weight and vital statistics are unknown.

Hobbies, Favorite Things and Interesting Facts

He is of Finnish descent on his father’s side.

He talked to mydevotionalthoughts and said the reason he got into acting was because of his high school drama teacher, Mr. Davis. He said ‘He was my high school drama teacher, and he was just incredible.

And that was just like my favorite thing to do during high school at that time, and I didn’t realize at the time how lucky I was and how special he was.’

He tried to bribe his way into getting the role for “Haven”, and sent everyone a bag of bars called Coffee crisps. He directed one episode of “Haven” that was entitled “Enter Sandman” in the last season.

He has also been doing some writing and we may be able to see some of his efforts soon.



The information on which charity Lucas gives to is currently unknown.

Social Media

Lucas has accounts in popular media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. He has over 5,500 followers on Instagram where he posts pictures of his children and wife.

Net worth

According to sources, Lucas’ net worth has been estimated to be over $1.5 million as of early 2020, but he can earn over $20,000 per episode as an actor.

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What is Tom Mison doing now? Wife, Baby, Height, Net Worth




If you are a fan of crime and fantasy series, you have probably watched “Sleepy Hollow” or “Watchmen”, in which case you are familiar with the blue-eyed actor Tom Mison. How much do you really know about this actor, who is considered to be one of the hottest English actors by many? Who is the woman who won him over?

Early life and Education

Thomas James Mison was born on 23 July 1982 in Woking, Surrey, England, where he was raised. He went to Hurtwood House, an independent boarding school and sixth form located in Dorking, Surrey, which specializes in music and drama.

After matriculating from it in 2001, he went to one of the leading drama schools in Britain, the Webber-Douglas Academy, from which he graduated in 2004. While there, he was rewarded with the Sir John Gielgud Trust Award for excellence in studies. His best friend there was actor and writer Rupert Friend. After being encouraged by one of his professors to work on period pieces, in 2001 Mison was a part of the Young Conservatory program held by the American Conservatory Theatre, portraying a British soldier in Timothy Mason’s “Time on Fire”, which was performed at San Francisco’s Magic Theatre and London’s National Theatre.


Theatre Career

Mison started acting in theatre as soon as he graduated, and one of his first performances was in Trevor Nunn’s production of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, in which he portrayed Fortinbras. Two years later, he portrayed Frederick in the “Les Enfants du Paradis”, which was performed at the Arcola Theatre – his performance was called ‘memorable’ by The Evening Standard and ‘glowing’ by The Guardian.

In 2008, he was in the simple8’s production of “The Living Unknown Soldier”, and he portrayed the main character George Tesman in “Hedda”, performed at the Gate Theatre. The following year he was part of Andrew Bovell’s play “When the Rain Stops”, which ran at the Almeida Theatre.

In 2010 he appeared as Jason Leighton-Masters in Laura Wade’s “Posh” at the Royal Court Theatre, a performance awarded four stars by The Daily Telegraph’s critic, Charles Spenser. The play was revived in 2012, when it was performed at the Duke of York’s Theatre located in the City of Westminster, London, England. In 2011, Mison portrayed Prince Hal in plays “Henry IV, Part 1” and “Henry IV, Part 2”, both of which ran at the Theatre Royal, Bath.

Mison took a few years-long break from theatre acting in 2012 and didn’t come back on stage until February 2018, when he was cast as Fainall in William Cogreve’s Restoration comedy entitled “The Way of the World”, played in the Donmar Warehouse in London.


Apart from acting, Mison is also a writer, and has written several monologues played in the UK theatres. Some of the titles include “Bounded”, “The Life Man of Portland Mews” and “Wood”.

Film and TV Career

Mison’s debut on TV was in 2005, when he had small roles in movies “Mysterious Island” and “A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets”. The following year he was in the French film “L’entente cordiale”, and in the comedy film “Venus”. He also portrayed the supporting role of Ben Sixsmith in TV series “The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard”, and then James Corden in the comedy film “Heroes and Villains”.

In 2007 he made a guest appearance in the TV series “Secret Diary of a Call Girl”, and the following year was in an episode of the crime TV series inspired by Agatha Christie’s novel, “Poirot”, starring David Suchet and Hugh Fraser. He was also cast as Mr. Bingley in the short fantasy adaptation of “Pride and Prejudice”, called “Lost in Austen”.

Mison portrayed Barath in the short film “The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers” that aired in 2009, which was created by him and Rupert Friend and co-stars Keira Knightley. In 2010, he had a small role in an episode of the TV series “New Tricks”, and appeared in the short film “Steve”.


The following year, he was in several movie titles, including “One Day” and “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen”, in which he acted alongside Emily Blunt and Ewan Mc Gregor.

In 2012, Mison was cast alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in a short TV series about a love triangle between a socialite’s wife, an English aristocrat and a young suffragette, called “Parade’s End”. In 2013, he was cast in feature films “Jadoo” and “Dead Cat”.

Mison landed the starring role of Ichabod Crane in the famous Fox TV crime series “Sleepy Hollow”; his portrayal of a resurrected time traveler brought him worldwide fame and a huge fan base, as he appeared in every episode of the show until it ended in 2017.

During this time, he made a short appearance in the film “The Riot Club”, and portrayed Ichabod Crane in another TV crime series, “Bones”.

Mison portrayed Quentin in three episodes of the TV Series “Four Weddings and a Funeral” in 2019. He was then cast as Mr. Phillips, also known as Game Warden, in “Watchmen”, a TV series adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name. He was the part of the first season’s main cast, together with big names such as Jeremy Irons and Regina King. Mison even had a full nudity scene, but insisted that what is seen in the show is not his body part and that he had a body double for that act.


Personal Life

Mison is a married man, having tied the knot with actress Charlotte Coy in 2014. Coy acted in a few feature films, including “Hell’s Pavement”, “Punny Earthlings” and “Bus Stop”. She also did some dialog writing for the short film “Canbury”. As of June 2020 the couple doesn’t have any kids.

Mison’s great aunt was in the circus with the famous actor Charles Chaplin, as well as the owner of the old pub in London that had a vaudeville theatre right above it.

While being flat mate with Rupert Friend, the duo moved every six months so they could explore as many London neighborhoods as possible.

Mison doesn’t have an official profile on any of the social media platforms, despite there being a lot of his fan pages.

Net Worth

Tom Mison has acted in several high-grossing TV series and films, as well as having a fruitful career in theatre. All of this has earned him an estimated net worth of $4 million, as of mid-2020.

Physical characteristics

Mison stands at a height of 6ft 1in (1.85m) and weighs around 165lbs (75kgs). He has brown hair, and is easily recognized by his light blue eyes.

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Naked Truth Of Elizabeth Mitchell – Net Worth, Measurements




Not all famous people have had it all delivered on a plate. Some of them, like Elizabeth Mitchell, have worked hard to reach fame. Who is Dr. Juliet Burke from “Lost” in real life? How did she get her breakthrough role, and who is the man who won her heart?

Early life and Education

Elizabeth Mitchell was born as Elizabeth Joanna Robertson on 27 March 1970 in Los Angeles, California USA. Her mother is Josephine Marian Mitchell, who worked as a lawyer. Because of Josephine’s job, the two moved to Dallas, Texas in 1970, where Josephine met Joseph Day Mitchell, who was also a lawyer; the two married in 1975, and Elizabeth took her stepfather’s last name.

In 1978 and 1981, Mitchell’s half-sisters, Kristina Helen ‘Kristie’ Mitchell and Katherine Day ‘Kate’ Mitchell were born.

Mitchell attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual arts located in Dallas, Texas, together with the future musician, Ray Hargrove. After matriculating, she enrolled at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting. After that, she briefly moved to Europe where she continued her acting studies at the British American Drama Academy.


Mitchell started her acting career in several theatre productions, such as “As You Like It”, “Measure for Measure”, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” and “Baby and Chicago”.


Despite briefly appearing in TV series “Loving” when she was just 13 years old, Mitchell’s ‘real’ TV debut happened in 1993, when she portrayed Bethanny Haines in an episode of the action TV series, “Dangerous Curves”. Her first bigger role came in 1996 when she landed the part of Laura Malloy in another action TV series, “L.A. Firefighters”. In the next two years, she had minor roles in the series “JAG” and “The Sentinel”.

In 1998 she portrayed the recurring character Jane Chasen in the mini-series “Significant Others”, and the same year played Angelina Jolie’s hairdresser in the movie “Gia”.

The next year she had her first major feature film role in the comedy movie “Molly”, and in 2000 appeared in movies “Frequency” – she broke her nose during the filming – as well as in “Nurse Betty”. She starred in the TV movie “The Linda McCartney Story”, portraying the first wife of ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, who was played by Gary Bakewell.

Mitchell’s next prominent role also came in 2000, when she portrayed Dr. Kim Legaspi, the lover of Laura Innes’ character, in the famous TV series “ER”, remaining on the show for two seasons. In 2001, she had the recurring role as Alice Allenby in the TV series “The Beast”, and in the following few years she appeared in several films, most notably “Double Bang”, “Hollywood Palms” and “The Santa Clause 2”.


She also portrayed Ariel Saxon in the first season of drama TV series “The Lyon’s Den”, and made a guest appearance in “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” in an episode from 2003.

2004 was a successful year for Mitchell, as she was in a number of TV series, most notably in “Everwood”, “Boston Legal” and “House”. She was also in TV movies “3: The Dale Earnhardt Story” and “Gramercy Park”.

In 2006, she was cast as Dr. Juliet Burke in the hit survival TV series “Lost”, and remained in the show for 55 episodes until her departure in 2010. She also reprised the character in the spin-off mini-series “Lost: Missing Pieces”.

From 2009 to 2011, Mitchell starred in the sci-fi TV series “V”, then after the show ended, she appeared in “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”, guest-starring as the character June Frye.

From 2012, she portrayed the recurring character Rachel Matheson in “Revolution”, an adventure series about survival in the time of a global power blackout, remaining in the show until it ended in 2014. That same year she landed another prominent role, this time in the fantasy TV series “Once Upon a Time”, in which she portrayed Ingrid, the Snow Queen.

Mitchell appeared next to Tom Wlaschiha in the last season of TV series “Crossing Lines” in 2015. The next year she portrayed Senator Charlie Roan in the film called “The Purge: Election Year”, and later that year joined the main cast of the TV series “Dead of Summer”, but the show only lasted for one season.


She next guest-starred as Reverend Doctor Anna Volovodov in the 2018 season of the sci-fi TV series “The Expanse”.

As of May 2020, she is announced to appear in several movies, such as “What We Found”, “Witch Hunt” and “Never Too Late”.

Personal Life

Mitchell has had several public relationships during her career, firstly with actor David Lee Smith, who is known for movies such as “A Walk to Remember”, “The Man from Earth” and “Mysterious Skin”. The duo dated for several years, and lived together on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, New York City in 1995.

Her second disclosed relationship was with her “The Linda McCartney Story” colleague, Gary Bakewell.

The two met on the set and started dating soon after, even becoming engaged, but broke up in 2002 without tying the knot.

In 2004 Mitchell married Chris Soldevilla, who at the time worked as an improvisation actor. The couple welcomed their son, Christopher Joseph Soldevilla Jr., just a few months after the wedding ceremony, on 12th September 2005. The family lived on Bainbridge Island, Washington D.C. However, their marriage didn’t last, and in 2013 they filed for divorce.

She and her fellow actress Elizabeth Banks actually share the same name. Banks changed her screen name when she joined the Screen Actors Guild to avoid confusion between the two.


As of May 2020, her parents live in a luxurious area of Dallas, Texas. Mitchell is not active on social media platforms Twitter and Facebook, but she does have an official Instagram account with over 26,000 followers.

Net Worth

Elizabeth Mitchell has a rather successful acting career that has brought her a small fortune. In 2014, Mitchell bought a ranch located on Bainbridge Island, Washington D.C., for an undisclosed amount. As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at around $3 million.

Physical characteristics

Mitchell is considered to be a beautiful woman, with blonde hair and bright blue eyes. She is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall, weighs around 145lbs (65kgs), with vital statistics of around 37-29-36.

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