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Lauree Berger
Lauree Berger Turman
Lauree Berger-Turman appeared as Nancee Winthrop, a girlfriend of Jack who appears at a stuffy dinner party held by her family in an episode of Three's Company.
Personal Information
Birth name: Laurel Berger
Also known as: Lauree Berger-Turman
Born: (1944-11-08) 8 November 1944 (age 73)
Birthplace: San Francisco, Calfornia
Career/Family Information
Occupation/
Career:
Actress
Character information
Appeared on: Three's Company (in guest appearance)
Character played: Nancy Winthrop in 6th season
as episode titled "Up in the Air"
Three's Company Script

Lauree Berger, also known as Lauree-Berger Turman,[1] (born 8 November 1944)[2] appeared as Nancy Winthrop in the sixth season episode of Three's Company titled "Up in the Air".

Acting Career

Lauree made her Hollywood acting debut as Nanette in the 1966 Joseph Cates directed comedy/spy film The Fat Spy which co-starred Jayne Mansfield, Phyllis Diller and Jack E. Leonard. After a period of a drought of Hollywood roles the 1970s, Lauree would resurface in Hollywood in the early 1980s, acting primarily in guest roles on numerous TV series and made-for-TV films, first on such TV series as The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo, Archie Bunker's Place, Three's Company and PBS's American Playhouse, where she appeared as Raechel in the program special titled "The Little Sister".

Lauree also appeared in the role of Helen in the 1984 TV movie biopic Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, where she appeared with Jaclyn Smith, James Franciscus, and Rod Taylor. In 1990 she appeared on NBC's Father Dowling Mysteries in the guest role of Mrs. Byrne in the episode The Stone Killer Mystery. Lauree would then wind down her Hollywood career in the early 1990s, appearing in the made for TV films Johnathan: The Boy Nobody Wanted (1992) and Gleaming the Cube (1994), where she made her last Hollywood vehicle appearance. Lauree appeared in two stage productions, first in the 1968 off-Broadway play Now at the Cherry Lane Theatre, then as a replacement player in the long-running Tony Award-winning Broadway play A Chorus Line in 1976.[3]

Personal Life

After her last acting role in 1994, Lauree had walked away from her acting career, opting to pursue furthering her education. By 1996, Lauree who had earned a bachelors degree in Psychology from USC, would also achieve her masters degree from UCLA, would start a private practice as a Psychotherapist with offices in Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, and Beverly Hills, California, for families, individuals, groups, teens and couples therapy. [4] She currently resides in Beverly Hills with her longtime husband Lawrence Turman in Beverly Hills. She is also occasionally does commercials.

References

  1. Lauree Berger Turman acting reference at Jason47.com (Days of Our Lives section)
  2. birthdatabase.com/Intelius search
  3. http://www.ibdb.com/person.php?id=81355
  4. Bio at Lauree Turman's official website

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