Saturday, November 20, 2010

The Cast of Three's Company

The TV show "Three's Company" ran from 1976 to 1984 and was based on a man name Jack Tripper who pretended to be gay so he could share an apartment with two other women, Chrissy Snow played by Suzanne Somers, and Janet Wood played by Joyce DeWitt.  Later when Somers left the show, a new roommate Terri Alden entered the cast and was played by Priscilla Barnes.  

The original three roommates Janet (Joyce DeWitt), Jack (John Ritter), and Chrissy (Suzanne Somers)



"Three's Company" cast members, Front: Joyce DeWitt (Janet), John Ritter (Jack), Ann Wedgeworth (Lana)  Back: Don Knotts (Mr. Ralph Furley), Richard Kline (Larry) , Suzanne Somers (Chrissy)

The final three roommates  Terri (Priscilla Barnes), Jack (John Ritter), and Janet (Joyce DeWitt)

The roommates would constantly be tormented by their landlords Mr. Mrs. Roper played by Norman Fell and Audra Lindley.  These two would eventually form their own spin-off show called "The Ropers".



"Three's Company" cast members, Front: Audra Lindley (Helen Roper), Norman Fell (Stanley Roper),  Joyce DeWitt (Janet)  Back: John Ritter (Jack), Suzanne Somers (Chrissy)

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John Ritter - Jack Tripper
Joyce DeWitt - Janet Wood
Suzanne Summers - Chrissy Snow
Priscilla Barnes - Terri Alden
Richard Kline - Larry Dallas (neighbor and car saleman)
Audra Lindley - Helen Roper (building landlord)
Norman Fell - Stanley Roper (building landlord)
Don Knotts - Ralph Furley (building manager after the Ropers sell it and move on)
Ann Wedgeworth - Lana Shields (woman who was hot for Jack)

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3 comments:

  1. Three's Company is my all-time favorite show. I have all the seasons 1-7. I never get tired of watching them over and over again. And I still laugh every time. Now all I need is season 8 to make my set complete.

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  2. I truly enjoy watching THREE'S COMPANY. The cast is very good in all of the comedic situations, especially the late John Ritter.

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  3. NONE WOULD TOP THREE'S A COMPANY. THE PACE AND HUMOR WAS QUICK AND SO INTELLIGENT.

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