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) is an actress, singer, and producer best known for her role as Jeannie on the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie (1965-1970). Other notable roles include Roslyn Pierce opposite Elvis Presley in Blazing Star (1960), Lieutenant (JG) Cathy Connors in Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) and widowed mother Stella Johnson in Harper Valley PTA (1978). The show’s success led Ed to return to the role of Stella Johnson on the television series Harper Valley PTA for two seasons.

Ed was born in 1931. August 23, Tucson, Arizona to Alice Mary (née Franklin) and Hubert Harry Morehead.

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) after the divorce, she and her mother moved to San Francisco, where her mother married Harrison Connor Huffman, a telephone operator, with whom she had a daughter, Eddie’s cousin. The Great Depression hit the family hard, and since they couldn’t afford many luxuries, Alice taught her son to sing.

Eddie’s first public appearance was singing in a church choir, where he sang a solo. While teaching, he sang in a local band (led by Howard Frederick and Freddie Martin

For $10 (about $157 in 2021) a night at a nightclub. At age 16, she became a member of Actor’s Equity and studied singing at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and acting at the Elizabeth Holloway Theater School.

Then he studied film for one year at San Francisco City College. Like Barbara Huffman, she was chosen as Miss San Francisco in 1951 and joined the Miss California pageant.

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He also appeared frequently in shows such as The West Point Story, Highway Patrol, Private Secretary, I Love Lucy, The Millionaire, Target: The Corruptors!, Crossroads, Perry Mason, Gunsmoke, December Bride, Bachelor Father, Father Knows Best, events. In Heaven, The Andy Griffith Show, Cain’s Hundred, Saints and Sinners, The Virginians, The Slatterys, Crooks and The Last 66 series. Its host starred in four episodes of Burke’s Law, playing a different role each time. He was an uncredited character in 20th Century Fox’s The Tarnished Angels alongside Rock Hudson. She starred in the syndicated comedy series How to Marry a Millionaire. The series is based on the 1953 film of the same name.

Filmmaker Mark Robson, who later filmed Ed from the Terrace, said that Ed starred in a play with James Drury. And wanted to work at the 20th Century Fox studio.

She made her stage debut as Joan Woodward in Without Pay (1957). Although he didn’t get the part, the studio offered Ed a contract. She applied for the role of Betty Anderson in 1957. Peyton Place in the same film, but Terry Moore got the role. He has a small role in Bailout 43,000; Will fate spoil the stone hunter?; and The Wayward Girl, th became the lead role in A Private’s Affair alongside Gary Crosby, Barry Coe and Sal Mineo. He worked with Elvis Presley on Blazing Star (1960).

The following year, she played a supporting role as Lt. Cathy Connors in all of Irwin’s voyages to the bottom of the sea. He starred in The Wonderful World of Brothers Grimm, a Cinerama film directed by George Pal for MGM, and another Irwin production for 20th Century Fox, Five Weeks in a Bubble (1962). She was leading lady in 1962. The Fox sequel to Swingin’ Along starred Tommy Noonan and Peter Marshall. He passed the state screening for the 20th Century Fox film starring Andy Williams, but was not cast.

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His last film at 20th Century Fox was Canary Yellow (1963). He left Fox and continued to make guest appearances on television and in films for MGM, Universal and Columbia. Over the next few years, he had supporting roles, including The Brass Bottle and 7 Faces of Dr. leave it

In 1965, producer Sidney Sheldon signed Ed to star in his upcoming fantasy drama I Dream of Jeannie for NBC. After unsuccessfully trying various brunette stars and beauties, Sheldon approached Ed when he saw him at the Brass Bottle and received many referrals for Ed from various colleagues. Ed played Jenny, a beautiful singer released from an astronaut bottle, and US Air Force Captain (later Major) Anthony “Tony” Nelson, played by Larry Hagman.

Ed played this role for five years and 139 minutes, in addition, in the eighth episode, Ed gave a black wig to the evil sister Jean (named Jeanie) singer Toni Nelson and played Jeanie’s mother, who was displeased for two minutes.

And another pilot, playing games. Her first TV show was Feminist and Fluff. Although he is best known for comedy, many of these films are drama, as he co-starred with Gene’s friend Larry Hagman in Howling in the Woods (1971).

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In The Stranger Within (1974), Ed played housewife Ann Collins, a woman who was inseminated by others. Eddie later plays a police officer turned private detective investigating the crime of a missing heir in the hit TV show Stonestreet: Who Killed the Carterfold Show? (1977). He starred in and produced the NBC-TV romantic drama The Secret Life of Kathy McCormick (1988) with his production company (MI-Bar Productions). He also starred in and produced the television comedy Opposites Attract (1990), opposite John Forsythe.

In 1978, he starred in Harper Valley PTA, a feature film based on the popular country song. As a result, a television series of the same name was created in 1981. In the film and TV series, Ed played the main character Stella Johnson. It’s a version of the sitcom Peyton Place, in which Anne Francine plays the wealthy Flora Simpson Reilly.

In one episode, Stella wears a blue and gold dress, and in another, she plays Stella and her cousin Della Smith (Jean’s evil twin sister). He made his debut in 1981. On January 16, he won 11 of 13 holes in his first season. On October 29, 1981, the second term began. During this period, Eddie also became the spokesperson for L’Eggs pantyhose, appearing in print ads and television commercials for the brand from 1979. in 1983.

From April 3 to September 16, 1984, Ed starred in the national production of Lee Guber and Shelly Gross in John Kander and Fred Eby’s Tony Award-winning musical Woman of the Year, playing the role of Tess Harding Craig opposite Don Chastain (as Sam Craig) and Marilyn Cooper. . In 1990, Ed had a recurring role as a billionaire seeking revenge against JR. In the final five episodes of Ewing vs. Dallas, as Leanne De La Vega’s wonderful character, alongside Hagman. In her final episode, the character admits that her maiden name is Nelson (a fake production, as “Nelson” is the surname of Hagman’s character and the name of Ed’s character’s husband in “I Dream of Jeannie”). In 1991, she starred in a one-off production of Next Year with Wayne Rogers and played the role of Genie on The Weeknd TV Show. In 1993, he collaborated with Don Knotts on an eleven city tour of The Last Red Lovers.

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Ed starred in musical comedies such as Nite Club Confidential (played by Kay Goodman in 1996),

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