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Rosemary Forsyth

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B: July 6, 1945 in Montréal, Québec

Rosemary Forsyth was signed to a contract at Universal Studios after some modelling and early TV appearances. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for her work opposite Jimmy Stewart in her first film, Shanandoah. She played the role of Dr. Laura Spencer Horton in 70 episodes of Days of Our Lives between 1977 and 1980. She got to work with fellow Canadians when she appeared in an episode of who Cade’s County, which starred Glenn Ford, and when she appeared in episodes of Barbary Coast and T.J. Hooker, both of which starred William Shatner. She also appeared in episodes of Ali McBeal and 2001 and 2002, which costarred Canadian actor Gil Bellows.

Features & TV Movies:
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Shenandoah (1965)
The War Lord (1965)
Texas Across The River (1966)
Where It’s At (1969)
Some Kind of Nut (1969)
Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice (1969)

How Do I Love Thee (1970)
City Beneath the Sea (TV-1970)
The Brotherhood of the Bell (TV-1971)
The Death of Me Yet (TV-1971)
Black Eye (1974)
My Father’s House (TV-1975)
Gray Lady Down (1978)

The Gladiator (TV-1986)
Addicted to His Love (TV-1988)
A Friendship in Vienna (TV-1988)

Nashville Beat (TV-1990)
A Case for Murder (TV-1993)
Exit to Eden (1994)
Disclosure (1994)
The Other Woman (TV-1995)
Abandoned and Deceived (TV-1995)
Daylight (1996)
Valerie Flake (1998)
Girl (1999)

Ghosts of Mars (2001)
A Time to Remember (TV-2003)
Sweet Nothing in My Ear (TV-2008)

TV Series – Cast:
Days of Our Lives (1976-1980)
Santa Barbara (1984)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The Doctors (1963)
Route 66 (1963)
Mr. Broadway (1964)
It Takes a Thief (1968)

The Immortal (1970)
The Name of the Game (1970)
Columbo (1971)
Mannix (1971, 1974)
Longstreet (1972)
Night Gallery (1972)
Cade’s County (1972)
King Fu (1974)
Petrocelli (1974, 1975)
My Father’s House (1975)
Barbary Coast (1975)
Barnaby Jones (1975)
Joe Forrester (1975)
Vega$ (1979)
CHiPs (1979)

The Incredible Hulk (1980)
Fantasy Island (1980, 1983)
ABC Afterschool Specials (1981)
WKRP in Cincinnati (1981)
T.J. Hooker (1983)
Magnum P.I. 1983)
Simon & Simon (1983, 1985)
Call to Glory (1984)
Remington Steele (1984)
Dallas (1985)
Finder of Lost Loves (1985)
Murder She Wrote (1985, 1991)
Hunter (1987)
Mr. Belvedere (1989, 1990)

General Hospital (1992)
JAG (1996)
Orleans (1997)
Star Trek: Voyager (1997)
Dharma & Greg (1997, 1998)
Chicago Hope (1997, 2000)
L.A. Doctors (1998)
Nothing Sacred (1998)

Chicken Soup for the Soul (2000)
ER (2000)
Ally McBeal (2000, 2001)
Providence (2002)
Boston Public (2002)
Without a Trace (2002, 2005)
Monk (2004)
NYPD Blue (2005)