Anne Schedeen Biography
Anne Schedeen is her professional name was born as Luanne Ruth Schedeen, is an American actress. She worked primarily in television. She appeared in a number of guest-starring television roles in the 1970s before portraying the lead role of Kate Tanner on the series ALF from 1986 until 1990.
Anne started her career in 1974, appearing in small television roles, and was cast in a supporting part in the sci-fi horror film Embryo (1976). She eventually had recurring roles on Emergency! and Three’s Company in the mid-to-late 1970s.
She was cast on the short-lived series Paper Dolls in 1984. Anne appeared as Emily Phillips on the successful comedy series “Cheers” (Season 2 episode 20)opposite Lloyd Bridges and Lauren Hutton, before appearing in all four seasons of ALF. Later she appeared in a recurring role on the series Judging Amy in 2001.
Anne Schedeen Age
Anne was born on January 8, 1949, in Portland, Oregon. She is 72 years old.
Anne Schedeen Young
Ann was in Portland, Oregon. She is the daughter of Betty Jane (née Moore) who was also a native of Portland and her father Roland E. ‘Poly’ Schedeen, who was a farmer and former Oregon State Senator.] Anne has two younger siblings: a sister, Sarabeth, and brother Tony; as well as one elder half-brother, Brinkley (1946—2009), from her mother’s first marriage.
Ann described herself as an introverted child: “I was so introverted as a little girl I would hide under the skirts of the dining room table and just listen to the adults.” Due to her extreme shyness, Schedeen’s mother enrolled her in youth drama classes to help her become “more comfortable with the world.”
Anne Schedeen Education
Anne attended Gresham High School in Gresham, Oregon, graduating in 1967. She subsequently relocated to New York City to pursue an acting career.
Anne Schedeen Husband
Anne met her husband, a talent agent named Christopher Barrett, while the two appeared together in a stage play in 1972. The two married in 1982 on the tenth anniversary of their first date. The couple has a daughter, Taylor, born in 1991.
Anne Schedeen Now
After ALF, Anne continued to act, but only in the occasional role. She had a recurring part as Detective Peggy Fraser in the drama series Judging Amy and also featured in several made-for-television crime movies, including Praying Mantis.
The majority of Schedeen’s acting work came before ALF, and her role as Kate Tanner is still the one she’s best known for, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t been keeping busy. She’s been involved with a lot of charity work, including with the organization Holiday Heroes that caters to children in hospital.
Anne Schedeen Alf
Anne is best known for her role as Kate Tanner on the NBC sitcom ALF, which ran from 1986 to 1990, and in which she portrayed a mother who takes an alien into her home. ALF was a commercial success and brought Schedeen international attention. After the series’ conclusion, she appeared in Perry Mason: The Case of the Maligned Mobster (1991), and in 2001 had a recurring guest-starring role on the legal drama series Judging Amy.
Anne Schedeen Three’s Company
In New York, Anne signed an acting contract with Universal Pictures and eventually relocated to Los Angeles. She appeared in a recurring role as Carol in the series Emergency! from 1974 to 1976, and guest-starred as doctor Marcus Welby’s daughter, Carol Porter, in 12 episodes of the medical drama Marcus Welby, M.D.., Anne was cast in a supporting part in the sci-fi horror film Embryo, co-starring with Rock Hudson and Diane Ladd in 1976.
In the film, she played the daughter-in-law of a doctor (Hudson) who uses growth hormones to begin growing humans.
Anne had a supporting role in the television drama Champions: A Love Story, in 1979, and later guest-starred on several episodes of the comedy series Three’s Company from 1977 to 1982. She had a supporting role in the short-lived series Paper Dolls (1984), co-starring with Lauren Hutton and Morgan Fairchild.
Anne Schedeen Net Worth
Anne has an estimated net worth of $1 million.