Ann Jillian

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Ann Jillian
Birth name Ann Jura Nauseda
Born January 29, 1950 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Sometimes credited as Ann Jilliann,
Ann Nauseda,
Anne Nauseda
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
It's a Living Cassie Cranston 1980-1982, 1985-1986 1 2 3
Jennifer Slept Here Jennifer Farrell 1983–1984 1
The Ann Jillian Show Ann McNeil 1989–1990 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Leave It to Beaver
(credited as Anne Nauseda)
3x35 - Wally, the Businessman May 28, 1960
Wagon Train
(credited as Ann Jilliann)
Sandra Carlson 5x16 - The Hobie Redman Story January 17, 1962
The Twilight Zone
(credited as Ann Jilliann)
Ilse Nielson 4x05 - Mute January 31, 1963
Ben Casey
(credited as Ann Jilliann)
Penny Fletcher 3x15 - It Is Getting Dark... and We Are Lost December 18, 1963
My Three Sons
(credited as Ann Jilliann)
Debbie Rogers 4x33 - The Ballad of Lissa Stratmeyer April 30, 1964
The Partridge Family
(credited as Ann Jilliann)
Second Girl 2x08 - Days of Acne and Roses November 5, 1971
Touched by an Angel Liz 6x08 - The Whole Truth and Nothing But... November 21, 1999
Walker, Texas Ranger Angela Rhodes 9x05 - The Winds of Change (1) November 4, 2000

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Mae West Mae West May 2, 1982 ABC Sunday Night Movie
Malibu Gail Hessian January 23, 1983
Girls of The White Orchid Marilyn November 28, 1983
This Wife for Hire Valerie Roberts March 18, 1985
Alice in Wonderland The Red Queen December 9, 1985
Killer in the Mirror Samantha DeLorca / Karen Edwards March 31, 1986
Convicted: A Mother's Story Elizabeth "Billie" Nickerson February 2, 1987
The Case of the Murdered Madam Suzanne October 4, 1987 Perry Mason
The Ann Jillian Story Herself January 4, 1988 NBC Monday Night at the Movies
Original Sin Sharon February 20, 1989
Little White Lies Detective Liz Donaldson November 27, 1989 NBC Monday Night at the Movies
Mario and the Mob Alice May 16, 1992
Labor of Love: The Arlette Schweitzer Story Arlette Schweitzer May 9, 1993 CBS Sunday Movie
Macshayne: Winner Take All Miranda Church February 11, 1994
Heart of a Child Alice Holc May 9, 1994
The Disappearance of Vonnie Corrine Kaczmarek September 27, 1994
It Was Him or Us Peggy Pomeroy November 21, 1995
Our Son, the Matchmaker Julie Longwell May 8, 1996
The Care and Handling of Roses Jean Townsend October 8, 1996
I'll Be Home for Christmas Sarah Gladstone December 23, 1997

Awards and Accolades

Golden Globe Awards

(1 Win in 2 Nominations)

  • Won: Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV (1989)
The Ann Jillian Story