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Polly and Alice are both about 76 and Beth is no spring chicken at 72. Saw him in a show a few years back and she was at the theatre. If Lavin hated her so much why did Howland stay with Alice so long? What is there to substantiate Linda Lavin as a bitch? I liked the series, but I didn't pick up on any hostilities between any of the actors. All of these gals could hold their own in a disagreement. Holiday got her own (unsuccessful) spinoff from Alice and had a very successful career. I believe Polly was the second highest paid at series end. And, although I haven't always heard nice things about Lavin, no one has ever accused her of being unprofessional or vindictive. You're hired because you do one thing or one character the best. Then, no matter what you did before that (theater, movies, etc.) your persona is so ingrained in the casting director's minds that they won't consider Fonzie or The Brady Kids for anything. Any gig like that should be treated like a lottery win or a big day in Vegas: save your money- it may your only shot at the big money."Alice" was over 30 years ago. And being a virtual nobody in an ensemble, she probably just got the stock sitcom actor salary back then. I don't remember the show doing well in syndication, so there wouldn't be that many residual$. In truth, Howland left show business after "Alice" left the air to raise her family. Her husband, Charles Kimbrough, continues to act - after Murphy Brown (which ran TEN years so he's got plenty of money), they came back to NY where they still live and Charlie did/does lots of theater. Before marrying Charlie, Beth was married to Michael J. Pollard all thru the 1960s - yes, the same Michael J. You can see her sitting next to Pollard on the youtube of the 1968 Oscars. Pollard and Beth had a daughter Holly, whom she raised after she divorced Pollard. Prior to COMPANY and the role that got her so much attention, Beth toiled as a chorus dancer on Broadway for years, starting in the late 1950s. She was one of Michael Kidd's favorites, and she (along with Valerie Harper) can be easily spotted in the dancing chorus of the movie version of LI'L ABNER - get it from Netflix. And although she and Charlie met when they did COMPANY on Broadway in 1970, they didn't get married until 2002! I don't know the specifics of why she stopped working but I think if she had really wanted to market herself as an older version of the persona she did on "Alice" she could probably still be working plenty in episodics and small films. Maybe between the two of them, they have enough money with pensions and residuals [I think they both do voice over work] and she just doesn't want to be bothered with long days doing essentially the same thing she did 30 years ago. First, she wouldn't let Mary date her ex-husband -- THEN, she tricked with Joe. R51 I don’t even watch the Jolene years of the show. In fact it was headed in that direction when Diane came on. Whatever the reason, Beth is a genuinely talented actress who proved her chops on Broadway and whatever the reason she isn't working it is probably her choice based on what would be available to her. Remember,when Mary went to Joe's house with flowers and found Beth Howland there, dressing after sex? In fairness, MTM was kind of a bitch for wanting to fuck her one of her best friend's exes, r39. I’m glad Celia found a great career as a character actress though. Poor decision on Mary's part - almost as bad as the changing of apartments and the hair-do she got during Season 6. The guys on both sides of the stage look scared of her & don't come alive until the last part of the performance. The guy in the middle seems like he is in his own happy little world. Charles Kimbrough was desperate to get cast on MURPHY BROWN and Beth was desperate for him to land the role. She invited Candy Bergen over for lunch one day..on rye and a warm bowl of chili. Beth: You know, Can, I'd be willing to do anything for Charles to land a spot on your little show. Beth, sliding down the sofa towards the floor and in between Bergen's thighs. How about playing second fiddle to Linda fucking Lavin. Now you just sit still and arrrhhhhhmmmmmhhhhhmmmm... Candice: Beth, I really don't want you to embarrass yourself here. Polly and Alice are both about 76 and Beth is no spring chicken at 72. Saw him in a show a few years back and she was at the theatre. If Lavin hated her so much why did Howland stay with Alice so long? What is there to substantiate Linda Lavin as a bitch? I liked the series, but I didn't pick up on any hostilities between any of the actors. All of these gals could hold their own in a disagreement. Holiday got her own (unsuccessful) spinoff from Alice and had a very successful career. I believe Polly was the second highest paid at series end. And, although I haven't always heard nice things about Lavin, no one has ever accused her of being unprofessional or vindictive. You're hired because you do one thing or one character the best. Then, no matter what you did before that (theater, movies, etc.) your persona is so ingrained in the casting director's minds that they won't consider Fonzie or The Brady Kids for anything. Any gig like that should be treated like a lottery win or a big day in Vegas: save your money- it may your only shot at the big money."Alice" was over 30 years ago. And being a virtual nobody in an ensemble, she probably just got the stock sitcom actor salary back then. I don't remember the show doing well in syndication, so there wouldn't be that many residual$. In truth, Howland left show business after "Alice" left the air to raise her family. Her husband, Charles Kimbrough, continues to act - after Murphy Brown (which ran TEN years so he's got plenty of money), they came back to NY where they still live and Charlie did/does lots of theater. Before marrying Charlie, Beth was married to Michael J. Pollard all thru the 1960s - yes, the same Michael J. You can see her sitting next to Pollard on the youtube of the 1968 Oscars. Pollard and Beth had a daughter Holly, whom she raised after she divorced Pollard. Prior to COMPANY and the role that got her so much attention, Beth toiled as a chorus dancer on Broadway for years, starting in the late 1950s. She was one of Michael Kidd's favorites, and she (along with Valerie Harper) can be easily spotted in the dancing chorus of the movie version of LI'L ABNER - get it from Netflix. And although she and Charlie met when they did COMPANY on Broadway in 1970, they didn't get married until 2002! I don't know the specifics of why she stopped working but I think if she had really wanted to market herself as an older version of the persona she did on "Alice" she could probably still be working plenty in episodics and small films. Maybe between the two of them, they have enough money with pensions and residuals [I think they both do voice over work] and she just doesn't want to be bothered with long days doing essentially the same thing she did 30 years ago. First, she wouldn't let Mary date her ex-husband -- THEN, she tricked with Joe. R51 I don’t even watch the Jolene years of the show. In fact it was headed in that direction when Diane came on. Whatever the reason, Beth is a genuinely talented actress who proved her chops on Broadway and whatever the reason she isn't working it is probably her choice based on what would be available to her. Remember,when Mary went to Joe's house with flowers and found Beth Howland there, dressing after sex? In fairness, MTM was kind of a bitch for wanting to fuck her one of her best friend's exes, r39. I’m glad Celia found a great career as a character actress though. Poor decision on Mary's part - almost as bad as the changing of apartments and the hair-do she got during Season 6. The guys on both sides of the stage look scared of her & don't come alive until the last part of the performance. The guy in the middle seems like he is in his own happy little world. Charles Kimbrough was desperate to get cast on MURPHY BROWN and Beth was desperate for him to land the role. She invited Candy Bergen over for lunch one day..on rye and a warm bowl of chili. Beth: You know, Can, I'd be willing to do anything for Charles to land a spot on your little show. Beth, sliding down the sofa towards the floor and in between Bergen's thighs. How about playing second fiddle to Linda fucking Lavin. Now you just sit still and arrrhhhhhmmmmmhhhhhmmmm... Candice: Beth, I really don't want you to embarrass yourself here.

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