Georganne LaPiere Actor

Georganne LaPiere Bartylak (born September 7, 1951) is an American actress and half sister of Cher. Her movie career spans from 1974 to 1996. She was once married to actor Michael Madsen. Her most famous role was Bobbie in a 1984 comedy film Protocol with Goldie Hawn in the main role. She is also well-known as the first actress cast in the pivotal role of the villainous Heather Webber on the daytime soap, General Hospital. Today LaPiere is a successful real estate broker in Beverly Hills, California.

Personal details

Date of birth
September 7th, 1951
Nationality
United States of America

Family

Parents
Siblings
Spouses

Personal movie appearances

Title Year Appearance type Budget Awards Producers Directors Writers
Dear Mom, Love Cher
Documentary
2013 Him/Herself

Guest TV appearances

Behind the Music

Program genre

Biographical film
Reality television
Documentary film
Historical fiction
Music

Official site

External resources

Behind the Music is a television series on VH1. The series places its generality on documentation of musical artists or groups who are interviewed and profiled, and discuss how their careers became successful and what hardships they undertook. On September 6, 2012, VH1 announced that the show's fifteenth season would premiere on Sunday, September 16 with an episode profiling band Train. Other new subjects include Toni Braxton, Carrie Underwood, Gym Class Heroes, Nicole Scherzinger, and Ne-Yo. T.I. and Pink will have their specials updated.
Appearance history
Epizode Air date Role Writer Director
S06-E05

Happy Days

Program genre

Musical
Comedy
Sitcom
Family

External resources

Happy Days is an American television sitcom that aired first-run from January 15, 1974, to September 24, 1984, on ABC. Created by Garry Marshall, the series presents an idealized vision of life in the mid-1950s to mid-1960s United States.nThe series was produced by Miller-Milkis Productions and Henderson Productions in association with Paramount Television. Happy Days is one of the highest-rated shows of the 1970s.
Appearance history
Epizode Air date Role Writer Director
S07-E11 November 27th, 1979 Joy

The Streets of San Francisco

Program genre

Crime Fiction
Crime
Adventure Film
Action
Police procedural
Action/Adventure

External resources

The Streets of San Francisco is a 1970s television police drama filmed on location in San Francisco, California, and produced by Quinn Martin Productions, with the first season produced in association with Warner Bros. Television. This was an updated version of the 1954-60 The Lineup.nIt starred Karl Malden and Michael Douglas as two detectives in San Francisco. The show ran for five seasons, between September 16, 1972, and June 9, 1977, on ABC, amassing a total of 119 60-minute episodes.nThe series started with a pilot movie of the same title a week before the series debuted. Edward Hume, who wrote the teleplay for the pilot, was credited as having developed the series based on characters in Weston's novel. The pilot featured guest stars Robert Wagner, Tom Bosley and Kim Darby. Douglas left the series at the start of its final season and was replaced by Richard Hatch.
Appearance history
Epizode Air date Role Writer Director
S03-E08 October 31st, 1974 Ellen Warren

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