Geraldine Loretta Glynn
September 3, 1923
|Occupation||Television creator/writer, author, lecturer, cruise director, model|
(m. 1942; div. 1950)
(m. 1966; div. 1966)
(m. 1972; his death 2003)
|Children||Gail Maureen Phillips (b. 1943, d. 1970)|
Jeraldine Saunders (born Geraldine Loretta Glynn; September 3, 1923) is an American writer and lecturer, best known as the creator of The Love Boat, an ABC Television series and its associated made-for-TV films portraying the humorous and romantic adventures of various itinerant passengers. The program was based on her 1974 book, Love Boats, her anecdotal account of her time employed as the first full time female cruise director. Saunders is currently the author of Omarr’s Astrological Forecast, a nationally syndicated horoscope column read by hundreds of thousands worldwide and that was originally created by Sydney Omarr, to whom she was briefly married in 1966.
- "Jeraldine Saunders". IMDb. Retrieved January 28, 2017.
- Saunders, Jeraldine (1974), The love boats (Pinnacle Books ed.), Pinnacle books, ISBN 978-0-523-00698-7 and Saunders, Jeraldine (1998), Love boats: above and below decks (2nd ed., rev. and expanded ed.), Llewellyn Publications, ISBN 978-1-56718-607-9
- "Omarr's daily astrological forecast". tribunecontentagency.com. Chicago Tribune. Retrieved January 28, 2017.
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