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Full Name  Ariadne Meyer
Education  Yale University
Parents  Taro Meyer
Role  Actress
Name  Ari Meyers

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Born  April 6, 1969 (age 46) (1969-04-06) San Juan, Puerto Rico
Movies and TV shows  Kate & Allie, Author! Author!, Shakma, Dutch, The Secret
Similar People  Allison Smith, Susan Saint James, Frederick Koehler, Elva Leff, Ethan Embry

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Ari Meyers (born April 6, 1969) is an actress. She is best known for her role as Emma Jane McArdle in the television series Kate & Allie (1984).


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Early years

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Meyers (birth name Ariadne Meyer) was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico to Jewish American parents who were touring in the island. Her mother is actress Taro Meyer, who appeared in the television soap opera Another World. Shortly afterward, Meyers and her family returned to New York City where she was raised and where she received her primary and secondary education.


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In 1982, Meyers landed her first major role as the stepdaughter of Al Pacino in the movie Author! Author!. The following year, she also landed the role of Emma Jane McArdle on the TV series Kate & Allie. Meanwhile, she also continued to take advanced courses in school.

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In 1988, Meyers left Kate & Allie and used her earnings to finish her studies at Yale University; from there she graduated with honors and a double major in Philosophy and Theatre Arts.

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After graduating, Meyers continued acting and was mostly cast as characters much younger than her actual age. Meyers has also lent her voice in the recording of numerous audio books, such as:

  • The Amy Fisher Story
  • The Wish (2000)
  • A Kitten's Tale (1995)

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    In 2003, Meyers appeared in the play Theophilus North in New York City and in 2004 she participated in the play, Little Willy.


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  • Author! Author! (1982) - Debbie
  • Running Out (1983) (TV) - Jenny Corsini
  • Kate & Allie (1984) TV Series - Emma McArdle
  • License to Kill (1984) (TV) - Amy Peterson
  • American Playhouse: Haunted (1984) (TV)
  • Picking Up the Pieces (1985) (TV) - Stacy Harding
  • Kids Don't Tell (1985) (TV) - Nicky Ryan
  • Windmills of the Gods (1988) (mini) TV Series - Beth Ashley
  • A Matter of Conscience (1989) (TV) - Lisa
  • Call Me Anna (1990) (TV) - Patty Duke, as a youth
  • Shakma (1990) - Kim
  • Think Big (1990) - Holly Sherwood
  • Memories of Midnight (1991) (mini) TV Series - Atana
  • Dutch (1991) - Brock
  • Dark Horse (1992) - Allison Mills
  • In My Daughter's Name (1992) (TV) - Carly Elias
  • River of Rage: The Taking of Maggie Keene (1993) (TV) - Nancy Hardgrave
  • Confessions: Two Faces of Evil (1994) (TV) - Lisa Darby
  • Not Our Son (1995) (TV) - Ruth Keller
  • How to Make an American Quilt (1995) - Duff Darling
  • Family Blessings (1996) (TV) - Janice Reston
  • Home Song (1996) (TV) - Chelsea Gardner
  • Innocent Victims (1996) (TV) (uncredited) - Stacey Carolwood
  • Unwed Father (1997) (TV) - Gina
  • The Killing Secret (1997) (TV) - Nicole Voss
  • Pro Skater 3 (2001) (VG) (voice) ... aka Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (USA: complete title)
  • Stanley (2001) TV Series (cartoon) (as Ariadne Myers or Ari Myers) (voice) .... Mom (Mrs. Griff), various others
  • Notable TV guest appearances

  • Evening Shade as "Aimee Thompson" in episode: "What a Night" (episode # 3.4) 12 October 1992.
  • Evening Shade as "Aimee Thompson" in episode: "She What?!" (episode # 3.19) 1 March 1993
  • Diagnosis: Murder as "Amy Saroyan" in episode: "Out of the Past: Part 1" (episode # 7.23) 11 May 2000
  • References

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