|Shelley Hack who played Tiffany Welles on the TV show "Charlie's' Angels"|
Hack was a fashion model before she delved into acting. She did a string of TV commercials including Revlon's Charlie perfume in the 1976. The following year in 1977 she got her big screen debut in Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" co-starring Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Shelley Duvall, Paul Simon,Tony Roberts, Carol Kane, Christopher Walken, and Sigourney Weaver.
|Shelley Hack modeled and did commercials for Revlon before entering the television and film world|
Shelley went on to star in "If Ever I See You Again" co-starring Joseph Brooks, Jimmy Breslin, and Peter Billingsley in 1978. It was in 1979 that Shelley landed the role of Tiffany Welles in the TV show "Charlie's Angels" co-starring with Jaclyn Smith (Kelly Garrett), Cheryl Ladd (Kris Munroe), David Doyle (Tom Bosley), and occasionally, Farrah Fawcett-Majors (Jill Munroe). She was to fill the void left by Kate Jackson as she left he show to pursue other roles. Shelley would stay on the show for only one season and would herself be replaced by Tanya Roberts who played new angel Julie Rogers.
|Shelley Hack (Tiffany Welles), Jaclyn Smith (Kelly Garrett), and Cheryl Ladd (Kris Munroe) in the fourth season of "Charlie's Angels"|
During her run on "Charlie's Angels", Hack also starred in roles such as "Time After Time" co-starring Malcolm McDowell, Mary Steenburgen and David Warner (1979); "Death Car on the Freeway" co-starring Frank Gorshin, Barbara Rush, Peter Graves, Dinah Shore, George Hamilton, Morgan Brittany, Abe Vigoda, and Hal Needham (1979); and "The Love Boat" starring Gavin MacLeod, Fred Grandy, Lauren Tewes, Jill Whelan, Ted Lange, and Bernie Kopell (1980).
|"Charlie's Angels" circa 1979-80 starring sitting: Shelley Hack (Tiffany Welles) Standing: Farrah Fawcett (Jill Munroe), Jaclyn Smith (Kelley Garrett), Cheryl Ladd (Kris Munroe), and David Doyle (Tom Bosley)|
|Shelley Hack then|
|Shelley Hack (Tiffany Welles), David Doyle (Tom Bosley), and Jaclyn Smith (Kelly Garrett) of the TV show "Charlie's Angels"|
After "Charlie's Angels", Hack would get back into starring in movies such as "Vanities" co-starring Meredith Baxter and Annette O'Toole (1981); "The King of Comedy" co-starring Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis, Sandra Bernhard, and Diahnne Abbott (1982); "Close Ties" co-starring Kim Darby, Christopher Guest, and Ann Dusenberry (1983); "Trackdown: Finding the Goodbar Killer" co-starring Steve Allie Collura, Jean De Baer, Tracy Pollan, Stephen Mendillo, Richard Portnow, and George Segal (1983); "Found Money" co-starring Sid Caesar, Tony Devon, Dick Van Dyke, and Michael Earl (1983); "Cutter to Houston" starring Rhonda Aldrich, Patricia Allison, Jim Antonio, and Lynn Herring (1983); "Single Bars, Single Women" co-starring Tony Danza, Paul Michael Glaser, Keith Gordon, Christine Lahti, and Mare Winningham (1984); and "Kicks" co-starring Anthony Geary, Tom Mason, and Ian Abercrombie (1985).
|Shelley Hack who played Tiffany Welles in the TV show "Charlie's Angels"|
In 1986, Shelley began playing the role of Jackie Shea on the TV show "Jack and Mike" co-starring Tom Mason and Tricia O'Neil. The show only lasted two seasons. However, while she was involved with the show "Jack and Mike", Hack starred in productions such as "Troll" co-starring Michael Moriarty, Noah Hathaway, Phil Fondacaro, Anne Lockhart, June Lockhart, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (1986); and "The Stepfather" co-starring Terry O'Quinn, Jill Schoelen, Stephen Shellen, and Anna Hagan (1987);
|Shelley Hack model and TV star of the '80s|
After "Jack and Mike", Hack starred in "Bridesmaids" co-starring Sela Ward, Brooke Adams, Jack Coleman, and Stephanie Faracy (1989); "Blind Fear" co-starring Jack Langedijk, Kim Coates, and Ron Lea (1989); "Me, Myself and I" co-starring JoBeth Williams, George Segal and Don Calfa (1992); "Taking Back My Life: The Nancy Ziegenmeyer Story" co-starring Patricia Wettig, Stephen Lang, Gina Hecht, Eileen Brennan, Ellen Burstyn, and Joanna Cassidy (1992); "The Finishing Touch" co-starring Michael Nader, Arnold Vosloo, Art Evans, and Nancy Youngblut (1992); "Not in My Family" co-starring Joanna Kerns, Michael Brandon, Richard Gilliland, Dina Merrill, and Molly Orr (1993); "SeaQuest 2032" starring Roy Scheider, Jonathan Brandis, Don Franklin, Ted Raimi, and Stacy Haiduk (1993); "A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Wicked Wives" co-starring Paul Sorvino, Barbara Hale, Maud Adams, William R. Moses, Kim Alexis, Kathy Ireland, Beverly Johnson, and Paula Marshall (1993); "L.A. Law" starring Corbin Bernsen, Jill Eikenberry, Alan Rachins, Blair Underwood, Susan Ruttan, Susan Dey, Jimmy Smits, and Harry Hamlin (1994); and "Tales from the Crypt" starring (1994).
Finishing out her on-screen career, Shelley Hack starred in "Falling from the Sky: Flight 174" with William Devane, Scott Hylands, Gwynyth Walsh, and Mariette Hartley (1995); "Frequent Flyer" Jack Wagner, Nicole Eggert, Joan Severance, and Kalen Mills (1996); "House Arrest" co-starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Pollak, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Kyle Howard (1996); and "Diagnosis Murder" starring Dick Van Dyke, Barry Van Dyke and Victoria Rowell.
|Shelley Hack in 2008|
|Shelley Hack in 2009|
After giving up acting, Shelley and her husband founded the production company "Smash Media" whose projects include "A Wedding for Christmas", "Your Big Break", "Vetted", "Motor City Blues", "The Expatriot", "No Return", "Zombie Blondes", and "The Price".
|Shelley Hack now|
|Shelley Hack today|