Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Check out where Joan Collins, Heather Locklear, Stephanie Beacham, Catherine Oxenberg, Jack Coleman and Ted McGinley can be seen this fall.
As you may have already noticed if you follow Joan Collins' tweets, "Dynasty" diva announced an hour ago that she will be appearing in the CBS sitcom "Rules of Engagement" this fall.
Collins will also be bringing her one woman show to Feinstein's at Loews Regency in Manhattan. "One Night with Joan" will play Nov.16-27. For ticket reservations call (212) 339-4095 or click here.
Earlier this year, the actress gave an award-winning performance in the short film titled "Fetish" which could so far be seen on film festivals.
Collins' on-screen cousin Stephanie Beacham will also be appearing in a play this fall. "The Colbys" star is set to play opera diva Maria Callas across the UK. More on that in a separate upcoming post.
After celebrating her 49th birthday last week with her 'Melrose Place' co-star Jack Wagner (that would be the original series, not last year's redux) Heather Locklear announced she would be making another made-for-TV movie for the Lifetime cable network.
Her last movie (with "Lipstick Jungle" hottie Robert Buckley) which aired at Christmas 2008 was one of the highest rated telecasts in the cable channel's history. The new movie will be a psychological thriller.
Locklear's on-screen "Dynasty" lover Ted McGinley will be appearing this fall in a Christian straight-to-DVD movie tackling the "Happy Holidays" versus "Merry Christmas" debate. Check out the film trailer below.
Also appearing in a Christmas-themed movie will be "Dynasty's" Amanda #1 - Catherine Oxenberg. The real-life princess will make an appearance in the ABC Family movie "The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation" (which appears to me like a cross between those 'National Lampoon' comedies, 'Home Alone,' and some cutesy Disney animal movie). Her husband Casper Van Dien also appears.
Finally, as I had already written in a previous post, "Dynasty's" Steven #2 or more recently "Heroes'" HRG - Jack Coleman can be seen all over tube this fall in high profile broadcast network shows. First CBS' "Mentalist" (October 14), then FOX's "House" (in episode 7.06) and finally NBC's "The Office" (airdate TBA).