Thursday, January 13, 2011

Heather Locklear who played Stacy Sheridan on the TV show T.J. Hooker and Sammy Jo Carrington on Dynasty

Heather Locklear was born September 25, 1961 in Los Angeles, California.  Heather is well known for playing many roles including Officer Stacy Sheridan on the TV show "T.J. Hooker" while simultaneously playing the role of Sammy Jo Carrington on the show "Dynasty".  Then she played Amanda Woodward on the show "Melrose Place" which is probably one of the few TV shows that has gone through two runs, one in the '90s and one in 2009-10, ten years after the first.  And in between those runs, Locklear was also well known as Caitlin Moore on "Spin City".  She may as well be referred to as the "Wonder Woman" of prime time television.  It may have something to do with the fact that she is one smokin' hot lady.

Heather Locklear as officer Stacey Sheridan on the TV show "T.J. Hooker"

Heather Locklear as Sammy Jo Carrington on the TV show "Dynasty"

Heather began her acting career in 1979 by appearing in the TV movie "Tales of the Unexpected" co-starring Harry Andrews, Charles Dance, Don Johnson, Sharon Gless, Sondra Locke, Samantha Eggar, and Thomas Gark.  The same year she guest starred in her first TV series "CHiPs" starring Erik Estrada, Larry Wilcox, Robert Pine, Randi Oakes, and Brianne Leary.

Heather Locklear in her younger years

Heather Locklear, the early years

Locklear would go on to appear in "240-Robert" starring Joanna Cassidy, Brian Frishman and Pamela Hensley (1981); "Eight Is Enough" starring Dick Van Patten, Lani O'Grady, Betty Buckley, Susan Richardson, Dianne Kay, Adam Rich, Laurie Walters, Connie Needham, Grant Goodeve, and Willie Aames (1981); "The Return of the Beverly Hillbillies" co-starring Buddy Ebsen, Donna Douglas, Nancy Kulp, Ray Young, and Imogene Coca (1981); and "Twirl" Erin Moran, Lisa Whelchel, Stella Stevens, Charles Haid, Missy Gold, and Sharon Spelman (1981);

Heather Locklear then
Heather Locklear in the early '80s
Heather Locklear

It was also in 1981 Heather landed her first role in a TV series as Sammy Jo Dean who would later become Sammy Jo Carrington in the evening TV drama "Dynasty" which was similar to the prime time soap "Dallas".  Heather co-starred with John Forsythe (Blake Carrington), Linda Evans (Krystle Carrington), Joan Collins (Alexis Carrington Colby), Pamela Bellwood (Claudia Blaisdel), Jack Coleman (Steven Carrington), Gordon Thomson (Adam Carrington), John James (Jeff Colby), Michael Nader (Dex Dexter), Pamela Sue Martin (Fallon Carrington Colby '81-84), Diahann Carroll (Dominique Deveraux), Emma Samms (Fallon Carrington Colby '85-89), and Leann Hunley (Dana Waring Carrington).  

The cast of "Dynasty" Heather Locklear (Sammy Jo), Pamela Bellwood (Claudia), Linda Evans (Krystle), John Forsythe (Blake), Joan Collins (Alexis) and Pamela Sue Martin (Fallon)
Heather Locklear  as Sammy Jo Carrington of the TV show "Dynasty"
Heather Locklear then

In 1982 things would get start to get really crazy as Locklear landed yet another role in a TV series as Officer Stacy Sheridan in "T.J. Hooker".  She co-starred with William Shatner (T.J. Hooker), Adrian Zmed (Officer Vince Romano), James Darren (Officer Jim Corrigan).  This role would end however in 1986 when the show ended, a few years before Locklear's run on "Dynasty" would.  Heather played her role on "Dynasty" for the full run of the show until it ended in 1989.

Heather Locklear and the cast of "T.J. Hooker"
Heather Locklear then

During her time on "Dynasty" and "T.J. Hooker", Locklear also appeared in "Matt Houston" starring Lee Horsley, Pamela Hensley and Lincoln Kilpatrick (1982); "Fantasy Island" starring Ricardo Montalban, Hervé Villechaize and Carol Lynley (1982); "The Fall Guy" starring Lee Majors, Douglas Barr, Heather Thomas, and Markie Post (2 episodes, 1982-83); she would resurrect her character Pat Ward in an episode of the TV series based on the movie, "Tales of the Unexpected" co-starring Roald Dahl, Andrew Ray and Forbes Collins (1983); "Hotel" starring James Brolin, Connie Sellecca and Shari Belafonte (1983);  "The Love Boat" starring Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell, Lauren Tewes, Ted Lange, Fred Grandy, and Jill Whelan (1983); "Firestarter" co-starring Drew Barrymore, David Keith, Freddie Jones, Martin Sheen, George C. Scott, Art Carney, Louise Fletcher, and Moses Gunn (1984); "City Killer" co-starring Gerald McRaney, Terence Knox, Peter Mark Richman, and Jeannetta Arnette (1984); and "Rock 'n' Roll Mom" co-starring Dyan Cannon, Michael Brandon, Telma Hopkins, Amy Lynne, and Fran Drescher (1988).

Heather Locklear (Officer Stacy Sheridan) and William Shatner (Sgt. T.J. Hooker) of the TV show "T.J. Hooker"

Heather Locklear

Heather would star in "The Return of Swamp Thing" co-starring Louis Jourdan, Sarah Douglas, and Dick Durock in 1989.  Followed by "ABC TGIF" in 1990.  It would also be in 1990 that Locklear would land another TV series role as Alex Burton in "Going Places" co-starring Alan Ruck, Hallie Todd, Staci Keanan, Jerry Levine, and Holland Taylor.  Heather would play the role for approximately 20 episodes until the series ended in 1991. 

During her time on "Going Places", Locklear also appeared in "The Great American Sex Scandal" co-starring Mädchen Amick, Stephen Baldwin, Bronson Pinchot, Danny Pintauro, Lynn Redgrave, Mark Blankfield, Tracy Scoggins, and Alan Thicke (1990); "Rich Men, Single Women" co-starring Suzanne Somers, Larry Wilcox, and Deborah Adair (1990); and "Her Wicked Ways" co-starring Barbara Eden, Stuart Wilson, Julie Fulton, and Rosie Malek-Yonan 1991).

After "Going Places", Locklear starred in "The Big Slice" co-starring Casey Siemaszko, Leslie Hope and Louis Ferreira in 1991.  This would be followed that same year by a resurrecting her role of Sammy Jo Dean Carrington on the TV movie "Dynasty: The Reunion" co-starring John Forsythe, Linda Evans, Joan Collins, John James, Emma Samms, Al Corley, Maxwell Caulfield, and Robin Sachs.

Heather continued on starring in "Illusions" co-starring Robert Carradine, Emma Samms, Ned Beatty, and Susannah York (1992); "Highway Heartbreaker" co-starring John Schneider, Linda Gray, Tracy Nelson, Dick O'Neill, John Kapelos, Brock Peters, Meg Wittner, and Dedee Pfeiffer (1992); "Body Language" co-starring Linda Purl, Edward Albert, Timi Prulhiere, Denise Dal Vera, Jan Brehm,  and James Acheson (1992); and "Fade to Black" co-starring Timothy Busfield, Michael Beck, Cloris Leachman, Timi Prulhiere, and Louis Giambalvo (1993).

Heather Locklear in 1993

In 1993, Heather began playing the role of Amanda Woodward on the first run of the TV series "Melrose Place".  She co-starred with Jack Wagner(Peter Burns), Andrew Shue(Billy Campbell), Courtney Thorne-Smith(Allison Parker), Josie Bissett(Jane Andrews Mancini), Thomas Calabro(Michael Mancini), Doug Savant(Matt Fielding), Laura Leighton(Sydney Andrews), Grant Show(Jake Hanson), Marcia Cross(Dr. Kimberly Shaw), Rob Estes(Kyle McBride), Daphne Zuniga(Jo Reynolds), and Kelly Rutherford(Megan Lewis Mancini).  Other stars include Lisa Rinna, Brooke Langton, Alyssa Milano, Vanessa Williams, and Patrick Muldoon.  Locklear would play the role of Amanda until the show ended in 1999.  However, it would not be the last that we saw of Amanda Woodward.

Heather Locklear (center) and some of the cast members of  the original "Melrose Place"

Heather Locklear
Heather Locklear
Heather Lockear (Amanda Woodward) and Rob Estes (Kyle McBride) of the TV show "Melrose Place" 1999

During her time on "Melrose Place", Locklear starred in other shows and films such as "Texas Justice" with Peter Strauss, Dennis Franz, Susan Walters, Linda Hart, and Shannon Whirry (1995); "Shattered Mind" co-starring François Chau, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Brad Fisher, and John Walter Davis (1996); "The First Wives Club" starring Bette Midler, Diane Keaton, Sarah Jessica Parker, Stockard Channing, Goldie Hawn, Dan Hedaya, Victor Garber, Elizabeth Berkley, Bronson Pinchot, and Rob Reiner (1996); "Money Talks" co-starring Charlie Sheen, Chris Tucker, Elise Neal, and Paul Sorvino (1997); and "Double Tap" co-starring Stephen Rea, Peter Greene, Kevin Gage, and Terrence Howard (1997).

Heather Locklear in 1999

In 1999 immediatley after "Melrose Place", Locklear began playing the role of Caitlin Moore on "Spin City" co-starring Michael J. Fox (Mike Flaherty), Charlie Sheen (Charlie Crawford), Jennifer Esposito (Stacey Paterno), Lana Parrilla (Angie Ordonez), Connie Britton (Nikki Faber), Michael Boatman (Carter Heywood), Richard Kind (Paul Lassiter), Alexander Chaplin (James Hobert), Alan Ruck (Stuart Bondek), and Victoria Dillard (Janelle Cooper).

Heather Locklear (Caitlin Moore) and Michael J. Fox (Mike Flaherty) of the TV show "Spin City"

During her run on "Spin City", Locklear lent her voice to the animated TV sitcom "King of the Hill" featuring Mike Judge, Kathy Najimy and Pamela Adlon.  She also guest starred in "Ally McBeal" starring Calista Flockhart, Greg Germann and Jane Krakowski.

Barry Bostwick (Mayor Randall M. Winston Jr.), Charlie Sheen (Dep. Mayor Charlie Crawford), and Heather Locklear (Caitlin Moore) of the TV show "Spin City"

After Locklear's stint on "Spin City" she appeared in movies and shows such as "Scrubs" starring Zach Braff, Donald Faison, John C. McGinley, Judy Reyes, Christa Miller, and Sarah Chalke (2002); "Once Around the Park" co-starring Hart Bochner and Sean Marquette (2003); "Uptown Girls" co-starring Brittany Murphy, Dakota Fanning, Donald Faison, and Marley Shelton (2003); "Looney Tunes: Back in Action" Brendan Fraser, Jenna Elfman, Joan Cusack, Timothy Dalton, and Steve Martin (voice, 2003); and "Two and a Half Men" starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Marin Hinkle, Holland Taylor, Conchata Ferrell and Angus T. Jones (2004).

Heather Locklear
Jack Wagner and Heather Locklear former co-stars of "Melrose Place" are a couple these days after her latest divorce
Heather Locklear in 2005

In 2004 Locklear landed another TV series role as Harley Random in "LAX" co-starring Blair Underwood, Paul Leyden, Sasha Barrese, and Frank John Hughes.  Heather played the role for the full eleven episode run of the show until it ended in 2005.  She went on to star in the movie "The Perfect Man" with Hilary Duff, Chris Noth, Ben Feldman, Caroline Rhea, Vanessa Lengies, Aria Wallace, Michelle Nolden, Kym Whitley, and Maggie Castle (2005); "Boston Legal" starring William Shatner, Candice Bergen, James Spader, Julie Bowen, and Mark Valley (2 episodes, 2005); "Women of a Certain Age" co-starring Hector Bucio, Mark Derwin, Peri Gilpin, and Illeana Douglas (2006); "See Jayne Run" starring Lorena Bernal, Adam Jamal Craig, Ava Gaudet, Anna Rose Hopkins, Alexis Krause, and Hollis Doherty (2008); "Angels Fall" co-starring Johnathon Schaech and Gary Hudson (2007); "Oranges" co-starring Tom Sizemore, Tom Arnold, Jill Hennessy, Samuel Carman, Beverly D'Angelo,  Shari Hellman, and Katharine Powell (2007); "Rules of Engagement" starring Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price, Bianca Kajlich, and David Spade (2007); "Hannah Montana" starring Miley Cyrus, Emily Osment, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Jason Earles (2007); "Flirting with Forty" co-starring Robert Buckley, Vanessa Williams, Cameron Bancroft, Anne Hawthorne, Chelah Horsdal, and Stefanie von Pfetten (2008); and "Flying By" co-starring Ahnaise Christmas, Mo Collins and Billy Ray Cyrus (2009).

Heather Locklear in 2005
Heather Locklear in 2006
Heather Locklear in 2008

In 2009 Locklear resurrected her role as Amanda Woodward in the second installment of the series "Melrose Place" with a younger cast co-starring  Katie Cassidy(Ella Simms), Stephanie Jacobsen(Lauren Yung), Jessica Lucas(Riley Richmond), Michael Rady(Jonah Miller), Shaun Sipos(David Breck), Colin Egglesfield(Auggie Kirkpatrick), Ashlee Simpson-Wentz(Violet Foster), Brooke Burns(Vanessa Mancini), and Thomas Calabro(Dr. Michael Mancini).  

Cast members of the "new" "Melrose Place"

Heather Locklear in 2009 on the set of the "new" "Melrose Place"
Heather Locklear in 2010

With future productions in the works such as "He Loves Me", Heather Locklear will continue to be the "Wonder Woman" of prime time television.

Heather Locklear today


  1. Beautiful! ... and you guys wish!!!! ;-)

  2. We liked her in the Milk commercials. The giant posters were hung throughout supermarkets

  3. you could,nt do yourself anonymous you asshole, Heather locklear is a lovely women you moron!!!!

  4. beautiful honey sooooooo sweet,