Tewes in The Love Boat (1977)
|Born||Cynthia Lauren Tewes
October 26, 1953
Braddock, Pennsylvania, USA
|Education||Rio Hondo College, University of California, Riverside|
|Television||Julie McCoy on The Love Boat|
Cynthia Lauren Tewes was born October 26, 1953 in Braddock, Pennsylvania, and raised in Whittier, California, Tewes attended Pioneer High School and Rio Hondo College and also studied at the University of California, Riverside, where she won the 1st Annual Chancellor's Award for Excellence in the Theatre.
Tewes was replaced on The Love Boat in 1984 after a highly public battle with cocaine abuse (which she eventually overcame), although she did reprise her role as a guest in a 1985 episode. Shortly after conquering her drug addiction, Tewes was cast in the 1985 CBS sitcom pilot Anything for Love, along with Vicki Lawrence and Rebeca Arthur. The pilot aired as a special that summer, but did not get picked up as a series.
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Tewes lives near Seattle, Washington, where she has appeared in regional theatre and voice-over work. Roles have included Mrs. Pearce in My Fair Lady at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle in 2003, and Karen Noone in Craig Lucas's Prayer for My Enemy at the Intiman Theatre in 2007. Tewes has had roles in radio dramas performed by Imagination Theater.
Tewes eventually went to culinary school and works as a caterer and a cheese steward in a Seattle WA, grocery store. "It was hard," she says, "but I learned a skill I have used as a backup." She gave up acting when her third husband died, but later returned to the stage for local productions. She's also done voiceovers.
Tewes married three times: John Wassel (1977-1981), Paolo Noonis (1986 - ?) and Bob Nadir (May 1, 1996 - Apr 25, 2002).
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