Rosemary Forsyth

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Rosemary Forsyth
Born (1943-07-06) July 6, 1943 (age 71)
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Nationality Canadian-American
Citizenship United States, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1963–present

Rosemary Forsyth (born July 6, 1943[1]) is a Canadian-born American actress and model most notable for her role as Bronwyn opposite Charlton Heston in The War Lord in 1965.

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Forsyth made her acting debut in 1963 on the TV series Route 66 as Claire in episode #101, "I Wouldn't Start From Here". She made her film debut in 1965 in Shenandoah from Universal Pictures as James Stewart's daughter.[2] After that, she starred in The War Lord with Charlton Heston, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Awards, and Texas Across the River opposite Dean Martin. Forsyth's other notable film credits include What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?, Some Kind of a Nut, How Do I Love Thee?, The Brotherhood of the Bell, City Beneath the Sea, and Black Eye. By 1971 she started showing up in television frequently. She starred in a pilot for a television series, Is there a Doctor in the House?, about a young city doctor who moves to the country to work with a crusty older doctor played by William Windom, but the series was not picked up. From the mid-1970s and on, she worked primarily in television.[2]

She portrayed Sophia Wayne Capwell on Santa Barbara (1984). She played the fourth Laura Spencer Horton on Days of our Lives, from 1976–80, and appeared as Ann McFadden on Dallas (1985). In the 1980s/90s, she appeared on such television shows as Fantasy Island, Magnum, P.I., and Remington Steele and small parts in the films The Gladiator (1986), A Case for Murder (1993), Exit to Eden, Disclosure (1994), Daylight (1996), and Girl (1998).[citation needed]

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