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Name  Tina Louise
Children  Caprice Crane
Spouse  Les Crane (m. 1966–1974)
Height  1.74 m
Role  Actress

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Full Name  Tatiana Josivovna Chernova Blacker
Born  February 11, 1934 (age 89) (1934-02-11) New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation  Actress, singer, author
Years active  1952–2004, 2014-present
Parents  Betty Horn Myers, Joseph Blacker
Movies and TV shows  Gilligan's Island, God's Little Acre, Late Phases, For Those Who Think Young, The Stepford Wives
Similar People  Dawn Wells, Bob Denver, Russell Johnson, Caprice Crane, Alan Hale - Jr

TINA LOUISE - "It's Been A Long Time"

Tina Louise (born Tatiana Josivovna Chernova Blacker; February 11, 1934) is an American actress, singer, and author. She began her career on stage during the mid-1950s, before landing her breakthrough role in 1958 drama film God's Little Acre for which she received Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year.


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Louise had starring roles in a number of Hollywood movies, including The Trap, The Hangman, Day of the Outlaw, and For Those Who Think Young. From 1964 to 1967, she starred as the movie star Ginger Grant in the CBS television situation comedy, Gilligan's Island. Louise later returned to film, appearing in The Wrecking Crew, The Happy Ending, and The Stepford Wives.

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Early life

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Tina Louise was born Tatiana Josivovna Chernova Blacker in New York City to Jewish parents. By the time she was four years of age, her parents had divorced. An only child, she was raised by her mother, Betty Horn (née Myers) Blacker (1916–2011), a fashion model. Tina's father, Joseph Blacker, was a candy store owner in Brooklyn and later an accountant. The name "Louise" was allegedly added during her senior year in high school when she mentioned to her drama teacher that she was the only girl in the class without a middle name. He selected the name "Louise" and it stuck. She attended Miami University in Ohio.

Early work

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At the early age of just two years, Tina got her first role, after being seen in an ad for her father's candy store. She played numerous roles until she decided it was best to focus on school work. By the age of 17, Louise began studying acting, singing and dancing. She studied acting under Sanford Meisner at the prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse in Manhattan. During her early acting years, she was offered modeling jobs, including as a rising starlet, who along with Jayne Mansfield, was a product advocate in the 1958 Frederick's of Hollywood catalog, and appeared on the cover of several pinup magazines such as Adam, Sir! and Modern Man. Her later pictorials for Playboy (May 1958; April 1959) were arranged by Columbia Pictures studio in an effort to further promote the young actress.

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Her acting debut came in 1952 in the Bette Davis musical revue Two's Company, followed by roles in other Broadway productions, such as John Murray Anderson's Almanac, The Fifth Season, and Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? She appeared in such early live television dramas as Studio One, Producers' Showcase, and Appointment with Adventure. In 1957, she appeared on Broadway in the hit musical Li'l Abner. Her album, It's Time for Tina, was released that year, with songs such as "Embraceable You" and "I'm in the Mood for Love".

Hollywood and Gilligan's Island

Louise made her Hollywood film debut in 1958 in God's Little Acre. That same year, the National Art Council named her the "World's Most Beautiful Redhead." She became an in-demand leading lady for major stars like Robert Taylor, Richard Widmark and Robert Ryan, often playing somber roles quite unlike the glamorous pinup photographs and Playboy pictorials she had become famous for in the late 1950s. She turned down roles in Li'l Abner and Operation Petticoat taking roles on Broadway and in Italian cinema and Hollywood. Among her more notable Italian film credits was the historical epic Garibaldi (1960), directed by Roberto Rossellini, that concerned Garibaldi's efforts to unify the Italian states in 1860. When Louise returned to the United States, she began studying with Lee Strasberg and eventually became a member of the Actors Studio. She appeared in a 1962 episode of The Real McCoys, the Walter Brennan sitcom, and in the 1964 beach party film For Those Who Think Young, with Bob Denver, prior to the development of Gilligan's Island.

In 1964, she left the Broadway musical Fade Out – Fade In to portray movie star Ginger Grant on the situation comedy Gilligan's Island, after the part was turned down by Jayne Mansfield. However, she was unhappy with the role and worried that it would typecast her. The role did make Louise a pop icon of the era, and in 2005 an episode of TV Land Top Ten ranked her as second only to Heather Locklear as the greatest of television's all-time sex symbols.

After the series ended in 1967, Louise continued to work in film and made numerous guest appearances in various television series. She appeared in the Matt Helm spy spoof The Wrecking Crew (1969) with Dean Martin. Louise played a doomed suburban housewife in the original The Stepford Wives (1975), and both the film and her performance were well received.

She attempted to shed her comedic image by assaying grittier roles, including a guest appearance as a heroin addict in a 1974 Kojak episode, as well as a co-starring role as a Southern prison guard in the 1976 ABC-TV Movie Nightmare in Badham County. Her other television films of the period included Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (1976), SST: Death Flight (1977), Friendships, Secrets and Lies (1979), and in the prime-time soap opera Dallas, during the 1978–79 seasons, as J.R. Ewing's secretary, Julie Grey, a semi-regular character. Her character was finally killed off. In the fall of 1984, she replaced Jo Ann Pflug as Taylor Chapin on the syndicated soap opera Rituals after Pflug refused to do love scenes with co-star George Lazenby due to her religious beliefs. After a few months, however, Louise did not renew her own contract and the character was written out. She later made cameo appearances on the network daytime soaps Santa Barbara and All My Children.

The question "Ginger or Mary Ann?" is considered a classic pop-psychological question when given to American men of a certain age as an insight into their characters, or at least their desires as regarding certain female stereotypes. With the January 2014 death of Gilligan's Island co-star Russell Johnson, Louise and actress Dawn Wells are the only two surviving cast members of the original sitcom. Louise is quoted as saying, "The best movie you'll ever be in is your own life because that's what matters in the end."

Later work

Louise declined to participate in any of three reunion television films for Gilligan's Island. Despite maintaining an adequate career after the show's run, she kept claiming that the show actually ruined her career. The role of Ginger was recast with Judith Baldwin and Constance Forslund. Although she did not appear in these television movies, she made brief walk-on appearances on a few talk shows and specials for Gilligan's Island reunions, including Good Morning America (1982), The Late Show (1988) and the 2004 TV Land award show with the other surviving cast members. In the 1990s, she was reunited with costars Bob Denver, Dawn Wells, and Russell Johnson in an episode of Roseanne. She did not reunite with them for the television film Surviving Gilligan's Island (2001), co-produced by Wells. She was portrayed by Kristen Dalton in the television film. Her relations with series star Denver were rumored to be strained, but in 2005, she wrote a brief, affectionate memorial to him in the year-end "farewell" issue of Entertainment Weekly.

Later film roles included a co-starring appearance in the Robert Altman comedy O.C. and Stiggs (1987) as well as the independently made satire Johnny Suede (1992) starring Brad Pitt. She appeared in Married... with Children as Miss Beck in episode "Kelly Bounces Back" (1990). In 2014 Louise starred in the spiritual drama, Tapestry and the horror film Late Phases.


Louise made one record album, It's Time for Tina, which was released originally on Concert Hall in 1957 (Concert Hall 1521), and later reissued on Urania Records (1958 and 1959 respectively). With arrangements by Jim Timmens and Buddy Weed's Orchestra, 12 tracks include "Tonight Is the Night" and "I'm in the Mood for Love." Coleman Hawkins is featured on tenor sax. The album has been reissued on CD twice, most recently on the UK label Harkit Records. The album was released on iTunes in 2012. She also recorded for United Artists Records but recorded just one single for that label in 1958.

Personal life

From 1966 to 1974, Louise was married to radio and TV announcer/interviewer Les Crane, with whom she has one daughter, Caprice Crane (born 1970), who became an MTV producer and a novelist. Crane's first novel, Stupid and Contagious, was published in 2006, and was warmly dedicated to her mother.

Louise now resides in New York City. She is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and a lifetime member of the Actors Studio. Louise has been a vocal advocate for improving child literacy. She donated a portion of the proceeds of her 2007 book, When I Grow Up, to literacy programs and said in a 2013 interview that she had been volunteering at local public schools since 1996. She has written three books including Sunday: A Memoir (1997) and When I Grow Up (2007). The latter is a children's book that inspires children to believe they can become whatever they choose through creative and humorous comparisons of animal kingdom achievements. She published a second children's book titled What Does a Bee Do?

Stage work

  • Two's Company (1952)
  • The Fifth Season (1953)
  • John Murray Anderson's Almanac (1953)
  • Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1955)
  • Li'l Abner (1956)
  • Fade Out – Fade In (1964)
  • Filmography

    Tapestry as
    Night of the Wolf as
    West from North Goes South as
    Celeste Clark
    Growing Down in Brooklyn as
    Mrs. Pip
    Little Pieces
    L.A. Heat (TV Series) as
    Patricia Ludwigson
    - In Harm's Way (1999) - Patricia Ludwigson
    Welcome to Woop Woop as
    Roseanne (TV Series) as
    - Sherwood Schwartz--A Loving Tribute (1995) - Roseanne (uncredited)
    All My Children (TV Series) as
    Tish Pridmore
    - Episode dated 22 March 1994 (1994) - Tish Pridmore
    Johnny Suede as
    Mrs. Fontaine
    Monsters (TV Series) as
    Mysterious Woman
    - Talk Nice to Me (1991) - Mysterious Woman (voice)
    Married... with Children (TV Series) as
    Miss Beck
    - Kelly Bounces Back (1990) - Miss Beck
    Dixie Lanes as
    Violet Hunter
    The Pool as
    The Love Boat (TV Series) as
    Tina Louise / Betty Bricker
    - Who Killed Maxwell Thorn? (1987) - Tina Louise
    - My Sister, Irene/The 'Now' Marriage/Second Time Around (1979) - Betty Bricker
    Santa Barbara (TV Series) as
    Cassandra Dunn
    - Episode #1.448 (1986) - Cassandra Dunn
    Simon & Simon (TV Series) as
    Robin Price
    - Act Five (1986) - Robin Price
    Blacke's Magic (TV Series) as
    Lainie Warde
    - Death Goes to the Movies (1986) - Lainie Warde
    O.C. and Stiggs as
    Florence Beaugereaux
    Evils of the Night as
    Hell Riders as
    Claire Delaney
    Rituals (TV Series) as
    Taylor Chapin Field von Platen #2 (1984-1985)
    Dog Day as
    Noémie Blue
    Knight Rider (TV Series) as
    Anne Tyler
    - The Topaz Connection (1983) - Anne Tyler
    Matt Houston (TV Series) as
    Jessica Collier
    - The Kidnapping (1982) - Jessica Collier
    Advice to the Lovelorn (TV Movie) as
    Diane Marsh
    CHiPs (TV Series) as
    Edie / Edie Marshall / Tina Louise
    - The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party: Part 2 (1980) - Edie
    - The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party: Part 1 (1980) - Edie Marshall
    - Roller Disco: Part 2 (1979) - Tina Louise (uncredited)
    The Day the Women Got Even (TV Movie) as
    Mary Jo Alfieri
    Fantasy Island (TV Series) as
    Lisa Corday
    - Unholy Wedlock/Elizabeth (1980) - Lisa Corday
    Friendships, Secrets and Lies (TV Movie) as
    Joan Holmes
    Dallas (TV Series) as
    Julie Grey
    - The Red File: Part 1 (1979) - Julie Grey
    - Julie's Return (1979) - Julie Grey
    - Spy in the House (1978) - Julie Grey
    - The Lesson (1978) - Julie Grey
    - Digger's Daughter (1978) - Julie Grey
    Mean Dog Blues as
    Donna Lacey
    The Kentucky Fried Movie as
    Woman in Feel-A-Round Movie (segment "Feel-A-Round") (voice, uncredited)
    SST: Death Flight (TV Movie) as
    Nightmare in Badham County (TV Movie) as
    Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (TV Movie) as
    Marjean Dorn
    Don't Call Us (TV Movie) as
    Tolanda Gelman
    Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series) as
    Susan Dager
    - All Passions Spent (1976) - Susan Dager
    Cannon (TV Series) as
    Nell Dexter
    - The Wedding March (1975) - Nell Dexter
    Death Scream (TV Movie) as
    Hilda Murray
    The Stepford Wives as
    Charmaine Wimpiris
    Movin' On (TV Series) as
    Helen Trueblood
    - The Cowhands (1974) - Helen Trueblood
    Police Story (TV Series) as
    April / Anita
    - Requiem for C.Z. Smith (1974) - April
    - Death on Credit (1973) - Anita
    Kojak (TV Series) as
    Audrey Norris
    - Die Before They Wake (1974) - Audrey Norris
    Kung Fu (TV Series) as
    Carol Mercer
    - A Dream Within a Dream (1974) - Carol Mercer
    Love, American Style (TV Series) as
    Mrs. Michele Rossi (segment "Love and the See-Through Mind") / Wilma (segment "Love and the Lady Athlete") / Lola (segment "Love and the Duel") / ...
    - Love and the Golden Memory/Love and the Heavy Set/Love and the Novel/Love and the See-Through Mind/Love and the Seven Year Wait (1973) - Mrs. Michele Rossi (segment "Love and the See-Through Mind")
    - Love and the Lady Athlete/Love and the Lady Killers/Love and the New Size 8/Love and the Single Sister (1972) - Wilma (segment "Love and the Lady Athlete")
    - Love and the Duel/Love and the Note/Love and the Young Unmarrieds (1971) - Lola (segment "Love and the Duel")
    - Love and Take Me Along/Love and the Advice-Givers/Love and the Geisha (1969) - Audrey Bailey (segment "Love and the Advice-Givers")
    Call to Danger (TV Movie) as
    April Tierney
    Mannix (TV Series) as
    Linda Cole
    - The Faces of Murder (1973) - Linda Cole
    The New Dick Van Dyke Show (TV Series) as
    - Running Bear and Moskowitz (1972) - Customer
    But I Don't Want to Get Married! (TV Movie) as
    Miss Spencer
    Ironside (TV Series) as
    - Beware the Wiles of the Stranger (1970) - Candy
    The Happy Ending as
    Helen Bricker
    The Good Guys and the Bad Guys as
    How to Commit Marriage as
    Laverne Baker
    The Wrecking Crew as
    Lola Medina
    It Takes a Thief (TV Series) as
    Anna Martine
    - Totally by Design (1968) - Anna Martine
    Bonanza (TV Series) as
    Mary Burns
    - Desperate Passage (1967) - Mary Burns
    Gilligan's Island (TV Series) as
    Ginger Grant / Eva Grubb
    - Gilligan, the Goddess (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Bang! Bang! Bang! (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - The Pigeon (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - It's a Bird, It's a Plane (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Slave Girl (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - The Secret of Gilligan's Island (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - The Second Ginger Grant (1967) - Ginger Grant / Eva Grubb
    - High Man on the Totem Pole (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Splashdown (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Gilligan's Personal Magnetism (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Our Vines Have Tender Apes (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Lovey's Secret Admirer (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - The Hunter (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Court-Martial (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Take a Dare (1967) - Ginger Grant
    - Gilligan Goes Gung-Ho (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - All About Eva (1966) - Ginger Grant / Eva Grubb
    - And Then There Were None (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - The Kidnapper (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - The Invasion (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Topsy-Turvy (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Ring Around Gilligan (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Man with a Net (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Where There's a Will (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Voodoo (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - The Producer (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Pass the Vegetables, Please (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Gilligan vs. Gilligan (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Up at Bat (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Meet the Meteor (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Mr. and Mrs. ??? (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - V for Vitamins (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - The Friendly Physician (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Allergy Time (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Ghost-a-Go-Go (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Will the Real Mr. Howell Please Stand Up? (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Operation: Steam Heat (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Feed the Kitty (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Ship Ahoax (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Forward March (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Gilligan's Living Doll (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Love Me, Love My Skipper (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Seer Gilligan (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - The Postman Cometh (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - You've Been Disconnected (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Not Guilty (1966) - Ginger Grant
    - Erika Tiffany-Smith to the Rescue (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Mine Hero (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Gilligan Gets Bugged (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Don't Bug the Mosquitoes (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - The Chain of Command (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Hi Fi Gilligan (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Nyet, Nyet, Not Yet (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Agonized Labor (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Castaways Pictures Presents (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Quick Before It Sinks (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - The Sweepstakes (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Smile, You're on Mars Camera (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - The Little Dictator (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Beauty Is as Beauty Does (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Gilligan's Mother-in-Law (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - A Nose by Any Other Name (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - My Fair Gilligan (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Goodbye Old Paint (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - It's Magic (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Physical Fatness (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Diogenes, Won't You Please Go Home? (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Forget Me Not (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Three to Get Ready (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - They're Off and Running (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - New Neighbor Sam (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Music Hath Charms (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - The Matchmaker (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - The Return of Wrongway Feldman (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - How to Be a Hero (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Diamonds Are an Ape's Best Friend (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Big Man on a Little Stick (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - St. Gilligan and the Dragon (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Gilligan Meets Jungle Boy (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - X Marks the Spot (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Little Island, Big Gun (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Plant You Now, Dig You Later (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - So Sorry, My Island Now (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Water, Water Everywhere (1965) - Ginger Grant
    - Three Million Dollars More or Less (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Angel on the Island (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Waiting for Watubi (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - The Big Gold Strike (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Goodbye Island (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - The Sound of Quacking (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - President Gilligan (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Wrongway Feldman (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Good Night Sweet Skipper (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Voodoo Something to Me (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Home Sweet Hut (1964) - Ginger Grant
    - Two on a Raft (1964) - Ginger Grant
    Il fischio al naso as
    Dr. Immer Mehr
    The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series) as
    Daisy June
    - Be It Ever So Homely, There's No Face Like Clem (1966) - Daisy June
    Mr. Broadway (TV Series) as
    The Girl
    - Smelling Like a Rose (1964) - The Girl
    Fanfare for a Death Scene (TV Movie) as
    Coola Hana
    For Those Who Think Young as
    Topaz McQueen
    Route 66 (TV Series) as
    - I'm Here to Kill a King (1964) - Robin
    Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV Series) as
    Angie Powell
    - The Deep End (1964) - Angie Powell
    Burke's Law (TV Series) as
    Bonnie Belle Tate
    - Who Killed Billy Jo? (1963) - Bonnie Belle Tate
    The Doctors (TV Series) as
    Janice Wright
    - The March for Three Lovers (1963)
    - A March for Three Loves (1963) - Janice Wright
    The Real McCoys (TV Series) as
    Tilda Hicks
    - Grandpa Pygmalion (1962) - Tilda Hicks
    Checkmate (TV Series) as
    Jo Ann Dunn
    - A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to the Game (1962) - Jo Ann Dunn
    The New Breed (TV Series) as
    Stella Knowland
    - I Remember Murder (1961) - Stella Knowland
    Tales of Wells Fargo (TV Series) as
    Helene Montclair
    - New Orleans Trackdown (1961) - Helene Montclair
    Armored Command as
    Alexandra Bastegar
    Garibaldi as
    French Journalist
    The Warrior Empress as
    L'assedio di Siracusa as
    Diana / Artemide / Lucrezia
    Day of the Outlaw as
    Helen Crane
    The Hangman as
    Selah Jennison
    The Trap as
    Linda Anderson
    God's Little Acre as
    Griselda Walden
    Climax! (TV Series) as
    Maxene Sumner
    - A Matter of Life and Death (1957) - Maxene Sumner
    The Phil Silvers Show (TV Series) as
    - Bilko Goes South (1957) - Gina
    Producers' Showcase (TV Series) as
    - Happy Birthday (1956) - Maude
    Appointment with Adventure (TV Series) as
    Eva Adams
    - All Through the Night (1956) - Eva Adams
    Studio One (TV Series) as
    - Johnny August (1956) - Dolores
    Jan Murray Time (TV Series) as
    Gilligan's Island (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Forward March (1966) - (performer: "It Had to Be You")
    Fashion News Live (TV Series) as
    - Episode #5.47 (2008) - Self
    Encore with John Palmer (TV Series) as
    Entertainment Tonight (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 7 September 2005 (2005) - Self (voice)
    All Access Pass: The TV Land Awards (TV Movie documentary) as
    The 2nd Annual TV Land Awards (TV Special) as
    CBS at 75 (TV Special documentary) as
    ET in TV Land (TV Series documentary) as
    - Gilligan's Island: The Untold Tales (2003) - Self
    The Howard Stern Radio Show (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 6 May 2000 (2000) - Self
    Entertainment Tonight Presents: Gilligan's Island - The Untold Tales (TV Movie documentary) as
    TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcom Scandals 2 (TV Movie documentary) as
    Gilligan's Island: Underneath the Grass Skirt (TV Movie documentary) as
    E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary) as
    - Gilligan's Island (1999) - Self
    Howard Stern (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 1 April 1998 (1998) - Self
    The Rosie O'Donnell Show (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 22 January 1998 (1998) - Self
    - Episode #1.108 (1996) - Self
    Maury (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 22 October 1996 (1996) - Self
    The Late Show (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 18 May 1988 (1988) - Self
    Our Time (TV Series) as
    - Episode #1.4 (1985) - Self
    The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
    - From Las Vegas guests are Johnny Mathis, Tina Louise, Keely Smith, Guy Marks, the Volantes (1974) - Self
    - Tina Louise, Dennis Day, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Tony Conigliaro, Mary Lou Collins, Rip Taylor (1969) - Self
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 21 November 1973 (1973) - Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 4 February 1969 (1969) - Self - Guest
    Love It or Leave It (Documentary) as
    Self / Woman
    The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Actress
    - Episode #10.152 (1971) - Self - Actress
    The Virginia Graham Show (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 29 March 1971 (1971) - Self
    Film Portrait (Documentary) as
    The Bob Hope Show (TV Series) as
    - Jane Wyman, Patti Page, Tina Louise, Maureen Arthur, Jack Nicklaus, Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 (1969) - Self
    The Dean Martin Show (TV Series) as
    - Episode #4.29 (1969) - Self
    The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Audience Bow / Self
    - Episode #22.17 (1969) - Self - Audience Bow
    - Episode #12.18 (1959) - Self
    Dateline: Hollywood (TV Series) as
    Self - Actress
    - Episode dated 18 April 1967 (1967) - Self - Actress
    Hollywood Talent Scouts (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 15 August 1966 (1966) - Self
    Salute to Stan Laurel (TV Special documentary) as
    The Celebrity Game (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 13 September 1964 (1964) - Self
    Stump the Stars (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest Panelist
    - Roddy McDowall, Dorothy Hart, Tina Louise, Michael Wilding (1963) - Self - Guest Panelist
    The 33rd Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
    - Episode #1.114 (1961) - Self
    Reflets de Cannes (TV Series documentary) as
    - Episode dated 9 May 1960 (1960) - Self
    Art Ford's Greenwich Village Party (TV Series) as
    - Eileen Barton, Tina Louise (1958) - Self
    Igor Cassini's Million Dollar Showcase (TV Series) as
    Self - Actress
    - Episode #1.1 (1955) - Self - Actress
    The Tonight Show (TV Series) as
    Self - queen of the Artist's Equity Ball
    - Teddi King, Rosemary Murphy (1955) - Self - queen of the Artist's Equity Ball
    Archive Footage
    History of the Sitcom (TV Series documentary) as
    Ginger Grant
    - Escaping Reality (2021) - Ginger Grant
    No Sleep TV3 (TV Series) as
    Charmaine Wimpiris
    - Classic Episode #5: "Best of A.I." with Fernao (2015) - Charmaine Wimpiris (uncredited)
    The Sixties (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Ginger Grant
    - When Television Came of Age (2014) - Ginger Grant (uncredited)
    TV Land's Top Ten (TV Series documentary)
    - Perfect 10's the Women (2005)
    Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork (TV Movie documentary) as
    Julie Grey (uncredited)
    Before the Three-Hour Tour (Video documentary short) as
    Ginger Grant
    Surviving Gilligan's Island: The Incredibly True Story of the Longest Three Hour Tour in History (TV Movie) as
    Self (uncredited)
    Notre Dame de la Croisette (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self (uncredited)
    Kolossal - i magnifici Macisti (Documentary) as
    Diana / Artemide / Lucrezia (as T. Louise)


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