Cheryl Waters

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Cheryl Waters
Born
Cheryl Ann Waters

January 18, 1947 (1947-01-18) (age 72)
Other namesLeah Tate, Cheryl A. Waters
Occupation Film, television actress
Years active1971 - 1998

Cheryl Waters (born January 18, 1947) is an American film and television actress. Her most famous role was the female lead in the 1974 film, Macon County Line .

<i>Macon County Line</i> 1974 American independent film directed by Richard Compton

Macon County Line is a 1974 American independent film directed by Richard Compton and produced by Max Baer Jr. Baer and Compton also co-wrote the film, in which Baer stars as a vengeful county sheriff in Georgia out for blood after his wife is brutally killed by a pair of drifters.

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Career

1970s

One of her earliest film appearances was in the 1971 biker film, Ride the Hot Wind , which starred Tommy Kirk, Duke Kelly, and Sherry Bain. [1] After that she played the part of Bonnie, a young lady who was having an affair with Robert Matthews, her psychology professor in the Don Jones directed 1971 exploitation film, Schoolgirls in Chains. [2] [3] She played the female lead in Richard Compton's 1974 film, Macon County Line . Her character, the attractive Jenny Scott is making her way to Dallas and is picked up by good-time seeking brothers Chris and Wayne Dixon (played by Alan and Jesse Vint) who are making their way south-by-southwest. Their fun times eventually comes to an end when they eventually find trouble. [4] [5] In 1978, Kevin Dobson's Image of Death was released. Waters played the part of Barbara Shields. Cathey Paine, Tony Bonner and Penne Hackforth-Jones also starred in the film. [6]

Ride the Hot Wind is a 1971 film. It was made by Ted Kelly who was a good friend of Audie Murphy.

Tommy Kirk American actor and businessman

Thomas Lee Kirk is an American former actor and later a businessman. He was best known for his performances in a number of highly popular films made by Walt Disney Studios such as Old Yeller, The Shaggy Dog, The Swiss Family Robinson, The Misadventures of Merlin Jones, as well as the beach-party films of the mid-1960s.

Sherry Bain is an actress from Angeles, California. She started her career in some exploitation films. She co-starred with Robert Fuller in The Hard Ride in 1971, Wild Riders in 1971, The Ballad of Billie Blue in 1972, an episode of Bearcats!, Pipe Dreams in 1976, Poco... Little Dog Lost in 1977, and Wild and Wooly in 1978. By the early 1970s, her career was moving and she was on the verge of major stardom.

1980s to 1990s

She played the part of Lorraine Webster in the Real Mothers episode of The Trials of Rosie O'Neill which aired in September 1991. [7]

<i>The Trials of Rosie ONeill</i> television series

The Trials of Rosie O'Neill is an American drama series which aired on CBS from September 17, 1990 to May 30, 1992. The show stars Sharon Gless as Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill, a lawyer working in the public defender's office for the City of Los Angeles. The show marked the return of Gless to series television after her run on Cagney & Lacey.

Filmography

Television
TitleEpisode #RoleDirectorYearNotes #
Cannon Tomorrow Ends at NoonCharlotte Gates William Wiard 1975Credited as Cheryl A. Waters
Bronk The PickoffBeverly Sutton Roley 1975
The Fisher FamilyReprise for the LordNurse Sharron Miller 1984aka This Is the Life
The Fisher FamilyDark JourneySharron Miller1984aka This Is the Life
Cagney & Lacey Turn, Turn, Turn: Part 2Jane BeckwithSharron Miller1987
The Trials of Rosie O'Neill State of MindGuard #1Sharron Miller1991
The Trials of Rosie O'NeillReal MothersLorraine WebsterSharron Miller1991
Any Day Now Please Don't Tell My MotherSharron Miller1988
Film
TitleRoleDirectorYearNotes #
Ride the Hot Wind Duke Kelly1971
Schoolgirls in ChainsBonnieDon Jones1973credited as Leah Tate
Macon County Line Jenny Scott Richard Compton 1974
Act of Vengeance Tamara Robert Kelljchian 1974
Women Unchained Susan Kent Osborne 1974
Image of Death Barbara ShieldsKevin James Dobson1978
Cradle SongReneSharron Miller1981
Didn't You Hear... PaigeSkip Sherwood1983
Thunder Alley Cowgirl J. S. Cardone 1985
Avenging Angels Magda Beecham J. Lee Thompson 1988
A Climate for Killing BirdyJ. S. Cardone1991
Misc
TitleRoleDirectorYearNotes #
The Slayer assistant to directorJ.S. Cardone1982
End of the RainbowProduction designerLaszlo Papas1983
Going Hollywood: The '30sSet decoratorJulian Schlossberg1984Documentary
SiN Computer Voice1988Video game

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