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Jennifer Edwards

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Name  Jennifer Edwards

Role  Actress
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Siblings  Emma Walton Hamilton, Amy Edwards, Joanna Edwards, Geoffrey Edwards
Parents  Blake Edwards, Patricia Walker
Children  Kaity Schneider, Hannah Schneider
Books  When Angels Cry: A Novel
Movies  Heidi, Son of the Pink Panther, That's Life!, Sunset, The Man Who Loved Women
Similar People  Blake Edwards, Emma Walton Hamilton, Julie Andrews, Tony Adams, Tony Walton

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Jennifer Edwards (born Jennifer B. McEdward; March 25, 1957, Los Angeles, California) is an American actress best known for playing the title role in the NBC made-for-television movie Heidi (which interrupted the New York Jets vs. Oakland Raiders game now called The Heidi Bowl), which aired on November 17, 1968. Jennifer Edwards is the daughter of filmmaker Blake Edwards and Patricia Walker, and a stepdaughter of Julie Andrews.


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Besides acting in a number of movies, she also co-wrote the 1988 television movie Justin Case with her father.

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Partial filmography

  • Days of Wine and Roses (1962, directed by Blake Edwards) (uncredited; age 3)
  • Heidi (1968) ... as Heidi
  • The Carey Treatment (1972, directed by Blake Edwards) ... as Lydia Barrett
  • Go Ask Alice (1973) ... as Chris
  • S.O.B. (1981, directed by Blake Edwards) ... as Lila
  • The Man Who Loved Women (1983, directed by Blake Edwards) ... as Nancy
  • That's Life (1986, directed by Blake Edwards) ... as Megan
  • Sunset (1988, directed by Blake Edwards) ... as Victoria
  • All's Fair (1989) ... as Ann
  • Son of the Pink Panther (1993, directed by Blake Edwards) ... as Yussa
  • The Nanny (one episode)
  • References

    Jennifer Edwards Wikipedia

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