Shelley modeled a knitted summer outfit in the 1973 issue of Woman's Day Knit & Stitch number 11. And heading of her spread described it all. Shelley was as "fresh as a summer breeze." As always, if I may add.
Friday, March 29, 2013
Shelley, along with Tracy Scoggins and Linda Hamilton, were the women on the spotlight in the episode "Alpha Females" on Whatever Happened To...?, a Canadian TV series that catches up on stars who aren't as active in front of the camera as they were. The episode aired last December 21, 2012 according to TIMEFOR.TV. Maybe someone would post it on YouTube. Incidentally, Dave Coulier's episode "Best Buddies" (which also included David Schwimmer of Friends and Anthony Edwards of Revenge of the Nerds) is on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W20HFqU7Ksg) Check it out for a sample of the show.
check out the "Alpha Females" episode details at
TIMEFOR.TV described the episode as:
"Alpha females are strong, savvy and serious about getting their way. Shelley Hack spread her acting wings as Tiffany Wells on 'Charlie's Angels' while Tracy Scoggings joined a TV Dynasty when she played high-powered lawyer Monica Colby on 'The Crosby's'. And Linda Hamilton took the role as Sarah Connor and fought for the future of the human race in 'Terminator 2'. In this edition we find out whatever happened to three alpha females." (Oh and that's Tiffany "Welles," Tracy "Scoggins" and Monica Colby on "The Colbys.")
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Shelley made a brief cameo in the film Argo (which won the 2012 Academy Award for Best Picture) via her 1976 Charlie perfume commercial which was on the TV as Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck) was talking to his son, Ian, on the phone. The film is set in the 70s which was the height of the popularity the Charlie Girl (as well as the Farrah poster and, of course, Charlie's Angels.) Shelley has now appeared on two Academy Award winning pics. The other one is the 1977 Woody Allen film Annie Hall.
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Sunday, March 24, 2013
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Shelley, along with Meredith Baxter Birney and Annette O"Toole, tackled stage in the play Vanities which was going to aired on the cable network HBO in 1981. The women were chosen to bring star power into the production which was going to be different in the way it was going to be shot. Director-producer Norman Twain was going to try to capture the dynamics between the audience and the performers. Shelley was less experienced than her co-performers but proved to be a solid actress when the the show premiered on TV. She even won over her biggest Charlie’s Angels detractor, writer/producer Ed Lakso. "One year after the show, I saw Shelley in the stage play Vanities, and she did a wonderful job," Lakso said.
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Friday, March 8, 2013
Shelley was on the cover of Neighbors in 1984 and inside, there was an article about her entitled "Shelley Hack: Women Today Want Everything." Judging by her hairdo, the photo used for the cover seems to have been taken at around the time Shelley joined the cast of Night Court. Shelley's just lovely.
Posted by nico at 8:27 PM
Shelley appeared on a spread for Seventeen magazine entitled "Learning" in 1973. Wearing a suit top with a pair of long shorts and a pair of skates, she showed readers that everyone could learn to take risks and be creative in putting things together. And what a cute outfit she put together.
Posted by nico at 8:24 PM
Shelley participated in the McDonald's-Sunday Mail Celebrity Tennis Event which was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in April 1986. Celebrities (including Peter Graves from the Mission Impossible TV series, Martin Cove from Cagney and Lacey and Deborah Raffin from Lace II) played mixed doubles tennis matches for charity. The paparazzi captured some snaps of the arriving celebrities. Shelley is the third one from the left.
Posted by nico at 8:21 PM
Shelley was cast as Frankie, a single waitress looking for love, in the telefilm Single Bars Single Women in 1984. She was knockout gorgeous throughout the film but was especially so in her first scene. Shelley did a lot of research for her role as Frankie. Aside from going and observing at single bars, she worked at a truck stop in Provo, Utah, to see what waitressing was really like.
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Saturday, March 2, 2013
Shelley appeared on the pages of Show magazine in a spread entitled "Shelley Hack, A Show First" in September of 1964. A & P heir Huntington Hartford discovered Shelley at a debutante ball, urged her to try modeling and put the 17-year-old high school student on the pages of his magazine. These are "first published pictures" of Shelley. A month later, she appeared on the November 1964 covers of Glamour and Seventeen, two major magazines. Twelve years later, she was a supermodel.
Posted by nico at 12:39 AM
Shelley made an appearance at Hollywood Collector's Show in Burbank, California on July of 2009. She signed autographs and chatted with fans and met fellow Charlie's Angel Tanya Roberts for the first time.Thank you so much to Shelley fans
and Brad (http://www.catsafterme.com/blog/archives/13804)
for posting their pics with her in the said show.
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Shelley attended the Feb 1980 party, The Love Boat Honors Helen Hayes, at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The event was star-studded and was attended by her fellow Charlie's Angels Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd as well. Shelley's date for the evening was writer/director John Leone.
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