Why Famous: Spouse of Jean Smart. Her occupations were occupation, occupation and occupation. Cette incursion sur le petit écran lui permet de décrocher le rôle principal dans le sitcom Femmes d'affaires et Dames de cœur (Designing Women), en 1986[2]. During this time, Smart was also featured in the 1984 movies ‘Flashpoint’ and ‘Protocol’. Gary Brumburgh / gr-home@pacbell.net, Other Works According to her, she has never met a woman more feminine than Dixie Carter. In the mid-1970s, she flew over to New York City and began working in Off-Broadway as well as professional regional productions. Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. Gillilands became parents for the first time after Jean gave birth to their son Connor Douglas in 1989. She was then cast as Sally Brewton in the television miniseries Scarlett (1995), and appeared in a supporting role in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995). Jean Smart Background information. Jean Smart’s Early Life, Childhood, and Education Smart was born in Seattle, Washington as Jean Elizabeth Smart on September 13, 1951. She and Richard have two children, son Connor and adopted daughter (from China) Bonnie. They have a son, Connor Douglas (born 1989)[1] and a daughter, Bonnie Kathleen (adopted May 2009). Soon after this, she performed in the Broadway production of ‘Piaf,’ appearing as Marlene Dietrich. ! [17] She also appeared in several films between 2006 and 2010, including the Curtis Hanson drama, Lucky You (2007), opposite Drew Barrymore; Youth in Revolt (2009); and the independent comedy Barry Munday (2010). Richard Gilliland (born January 23, 1950) is an American television and movie actor. An American actress, Jean Smart age is currently 68. Smart has also impressed the audience with her role of Regina Newley on the ABC drama ‘Samantha Who’. Originally planned to be a veterinarian, but got interested in theater during her senior year in high school. [8], In 1980 she appeared as Lady Macbeth at the Pittsburgh Public Theater opposite Tom Atkins as Macbeth and Keith Fowler as Macduff. (2007–09). [2][3][4] She is the second of four children. The series was a massive hit among the audience and also received acclaim from the critics. At age 13, Jean was diagnosed with diabetes. Smart was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for the 2000 Broadway revival of The Man Who Came to Dinner, and would go on to receive two Primetime Emmy Awards for her role as Lana Gardner on the NBC sitcom Frasier (2000–01). (2007) starring Christina Applegate; the revamped crimer Hawaii Five-0 (2010) (as the governor); the crime dramedy Harry's Law (2011); the dark thriller Fargo (2014); the action sci-fi drama Legion (2017); and the detective series Mare of Easttown (2021).More recent films include Youth in Revolt (2009), Barry Munday (2010), Hope Springs (2012), Waking (2013), Warren (2014), Miss Meadows (2014), The Accountant (2016), Life Itself (2018) and Brampton's Own (2018).Diagnosed with juvenile diabetes at age 13, Jean has played an active part over the years in public awareness. [24][25], In January 2006, Smart joined the cast of the Fox series 24, playing the mentally unstable First Lady of the United States, Martha Logan, to actor Gregory Itzin's President Charles Logan. But my agent said, 'You have to read this.' En 2000, elle gagne son premier prix Emmy à la meilleure actrice invitée pour son rôle de Lorna Lenley dans Frasier. She appeared in the shows ‘Reggie’, ‘Teachers Only’, ‘Maximum Security’ as well as in the television films ‘Single Bars, Single Women’ and ‘Piaf’. Years active. Occupation. As per her birthdate, she celebrates her birthday in September. Smart, who is a three-time Emmy Award winner, is a part of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority at the University of Washington. American. Between 2006 and 2010, she did numerous movies, such as ‘Lucky You’, ‘Youth in Revolt’, ‘Barry Munday’ and 'Hero Wanted'. It’s nice to get nominated and win for something you were particularly proud of. Child's father is her husband. Jean Elizabeth SmartSeptember 13, 1951 (age 69)Seattle, Washington, United States For Disney, she played Kate in Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, Deirdre Lafever in The Kid, and Kay Perry in Sweet Home Alabama. 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Actress, voice actress In addition to theater, the actress started working in television, playing numerous roles in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Child's father is her husband. Shackelford, the boyfriend of Annie Potts's character, Mary Jo Shively). Smart's film credits include Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995), Guinevere (1999), Sweet Home Alabama (2002), Garden State (2004), I Heart Huckabees (2004), Youth in Revolt (2009), The Accountant (2016), and A Simple Favor (2018). Soon after this, she was cast in many high-profile movies including ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ and ‘Bringing down the House’. She was then cast as Lana Gardener in the show ‘Frasier’ in 2000. The two got married in 1987. [5] On Season 10 of the television show Who Do You Think You Are?, Smart discovered she is a direct descendant of Dorcas Hoar, one of the last women convicted of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials. 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