Cheryl Ladd

Biography: Cheryl Ladd was born Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor in Huron, South Dakota on July 12, 1951. She began her career singing with a band called The Music Shop Band during High School. When the band broke up in Los Angeles she stayed on to pursue my personal dream to become an actress.
Her first professional break was singing back-up on the cartoon series Josie and the Pxxxxcats. Then it was on to commercials, which led to the 1973 film, Jamaica Reef. She met her first husband, David Ladd, in 1971. They were married in 1973 (and divorced in 1980). The two welcomed daughter Jordan on Jan. 14, 1975. The Charlie's Angels series was her first big TV hit in 1977. Cheryl replaced fan favorite Farrah Fawcett. She was immediately accepted by the series fans and ratings continued to soar. The series ended in 1981. Cheryl also has a beautiful singing voice and in 1978 she released her first album, Cheryl Ladd. Dance Forever followed in 1979. Both albums were hits. Hopefully she will sing
Cheryl Ladd was born Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor in Huron, South Dakota on July 12, 1951. She began her career singing with a band called The Music Shop Band during High School. When the band broke up in Los Angeles she stayed on to pursue my personal dream to become an actress.
Her first professional break was singing back-up on the cartoon series Josie and the Pxxxxcats. Then it was on to commercials, which led to the 1973 film, Jamaica Reef. She met her first husband, David Ladd, in 1971. They were married in 1973 (and divorced in 1980). The two welcomed daughter Jordan on Jan. 14, 1975. The Charlie's Angels series was her first big TV hit in 1977. Cheryl replaced fan favorite Farrah Fawcett. She was immediately accepted by the series fans and ratings continued to soar. The series ended in 1981. Cheryl also has a beautiful singing voice and in 1978 she released her first album, Cheryl Ladd. Dance Forever followed in 1979. Both albums were hits. Hopefully she will sing again! Cheryl met her husband Brian Russell and the two were married in 1981. He and Cheryl collaborated on a children's book, The Adventures of Little Nettie Windship, which was published in 1998. She is also an avid golfer with a 17 handicap and 15.2 index, and is recognized as a leading female celebrity golfer. She also serves as an ambassador for the Buick Golf Program. Cheryl participates in four major Buick Sponsored PGA Tournaments, and she also plays in various pro am tourneys to help raise money for charity - not to mention the First Annual Cheryl Ladd Pro AM. Cheryl continues to act in strong roles in both television and film.
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Cheryl Ladd's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 38
Highest Metascore: 38 A Dog of Flanders
Lowest Metascore: 38 A Dog of Flanders
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
1 movie review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Unforgettable Apr 21, 2017 Tessa's Mother / The Connover's Mother tbd
tbd Camera Store Dec 9, 2016 Alma tbd
tbd The Perfect Wave Jul 11, 2014 Mrs. McCormack (Mom) tbd
38 A Dog of Flanders Aug 27, 1999 Anna Cogez 8.4