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American singer and actress. She is easily recognizable as a blonde with an elf hairdo and gay, cheerful behavior. She starred in the musical on Broadway “Peter Pan,” and she also starred as Sandy Hogan in the comedy The Hogan Family.
Sandy was born on February 20, 1946 in Henderson, Texas, and grew up in Tyler, Texas.
In the 1970s, during the filming of the first season of the television series “Funny Face”, Sandy formed a tumor on his left eye, which damaged the optic nerve. The damaged eye became much worse to see, but outwardly it differed nothing from the healthy one.
On “Your Own Thing” she met with singer Bruce Scott, they soon got married. According to one source, their marriage lasted from 1968 to 1972, and in others from 1969 to 1971.
Her second husband was oncologist Thomas Kalkaterra. They were married for 6 years (1973-1979). He practiced at the UCLA Medical Center Division of Head and Neck Surgery and taught “Surgery” at UCLA Medical School. They met when Duncan removed the swelling on his left eye.
July 21, 1980 she married Don Correia. They have two children: Jeffrey (born in 1983) and Michael (born in 1984).
In Taylorville, Illinois, one of the streets was named after her: “Sandy Duncan Drive”.
Her career began at the age of 12, she played in the local play “The King” for $ 150 a week.
In the mid-1960s, Duncan participated in the selection on television in the United California Bank (after years it became part of Wells Fargo Bank) and passed it. She played the role of a bank cashier, who could not pronounce the name of one of the clients of Nikolos Yanopoparopolis. After several unsuccessful attempts, she asks: “Do you mind if I call you” just Nick “?”.
In 1970, the magazine Time called it “one of the most promising faces of tomorrow” (“one of the most promising faces of tomorrow”).
After a short role in the soap opera Search for Tomorrow (1968), she starred in the television series Funny Face, which was later renamed The Sandy Duncan Show. Her Missy Anne Reynolds in “Roots” got Emmy. In 1976, she was invited to the “The Muppet Show”. Around the same time, she returned to Broadway, where in 1979 she starred in Peter Pan, My One and Only and in Chicago.
Sandy was nominated three times for Tony.
Because of problems with the eyes of the actress, the shooting of the television series “Funny Face” was suspended. Soon Sandy returns to The Sandy Duncan Show.
In 1984, she performs the song “5-6-7-8 … Dance!” In a musical in Radio City Music Hall.
In 1987, in the comedy “The Hogan Family” she will play the role of mother.
Sandy Duncan also voiced cartoon characters, such as Wixie in 1984 in the Disney cartoon “Fox and the Hound” (“Fox and the Hound”). A little later in the episode of the cartoon “My Little Pony” (“My Little Pony”) her voice was spoken and sang by the Firefly. In 1994, she voiced to Queen Ubert / Ubert in the film “The Swan Princess” (“Swan Princess”). In 1999, she was a singer and storyteller in the episodes with Mickey Mouse.
In May 2008, Sandy performed one of the main roles in the musical “No, No, Nanette”. In April 2009, she starred in the play “Driving Miss Daisy” at Casa Mañana Theater in Fort Worth, Texas.

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