Mary Cadorette

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Mary Cadorette
Born Mary Therese Cadorette
(1957-03-31) March 31, 1957 (age 61)
East Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1980–1998
Spouse(s) Michael Eisen
William Harris
Michael Daly

Mary Therese Cadorette (born March 31, 1957) is an American actress best known for playing John Ritter's live-in girlfriend, flight attendant Vicky Bradford on the short-lived 1984 Three's Company spin-off, Three's a Crowd.

Early life/background[edit]

Cadorette was born in East Hartford, Connecticut on March 31, 1957. Cadorette started studying dance when she was five years old and later entered various dance competitions and studios. Cadorette was Miss Connecticut 1975 in the Miss America 1976 pageant.


Cadorette graduated with a BFA in Dramatic Arts and Theater from the University of Connecticut[1] in 1979.

Theater and film credits[edit]

Cadorette performed in multiple dinner theatres with the USO. She also spent three and a half years on Broadway as an understudy for the lead role of Peggy Sawyer in the iconic broadway smash musical 42nd Street. She later took over the role. In 1990, she landed the recurring role of Margaret Turner on Night Court.

Cadorette has been in multiple films, including Stewardess School, and The Rat Pack. In the 1980s, she was also seen on a number of game shows, including The $25,000 Pyramid, Super Password, and Body Language.

Later career/return to Connecticut[edit]

Cadorette owned and operated her own restaurant in Los Angeles (until her departure in the late 1990s) called "Mary's Lamb", that was frequented by many celebrities.

In 1999, Cadorette left California and moved back home to Connecticut to take care of her mother who had suffered a stroke. Her mother died eight years later.

The Chapeau Rouge Dance Project[edit]

Cadorette and two friends, whom she had known since they were in dance school as children, decided to take up dancing again and share their craft and experience. They formed "The Chapeau Rouge Dance Project" encouraging former, retired, (and often older) dance students to attend classes in the dance studio that they rented.[2]

Nug and Bug Antique Collectibles[edit]

In 2014, Cadorette opened her antique store in Granby, Connecticut called Nug and Bug Antique Collectibles.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Cadorette married Michael Eisen in 1982. Later, she married William Harris (born March 16, 1948), and went by the name Mary Cadorette-Harris. Harris died on October 15, 2010.[4] On November 1, 2015, she married her childhood sweetheart Michael Daly and is now known as Mary Cadorette-Daly.[5]

Directorial credits/educational career[edit]

Other Directorial/Choreographical credits at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts include: A Day in Hollywood / A Night in the Ukraine (December 2014) and West Side Story (May 2016)

Cadorette currently teaches Ballet, Luigi Jazz, Ensemble, and Tap within the Musical Theater Department at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts in Hartford, Connecticut.


Film and Television
Year Title Role Notes
1980 Those Lips, Those Eyes Dancer Feature film
1984 Three's Company Vicky Bradford 3 episodes: "Cupid Works Overtime", "Friends and Lovers" (Parts 1 & 2)
1984–85 Three's a Crowd Vicky Bradford Main role (22 episodes)
1986 The Love Boat Darlene Harper Episode: "The Art Lover/Couples/Made for Each Other"
1986 Simon & Simon Amy Gayle Episode: "The Last Harangue"
1986 Stewardess School Kelly Johnson Feature film
1987 The Colbys Researcher Episode: "Fallon's Baby"
1987 My Two Dads Elizabeth Episode: "Whose Night Is It, Anyway?"
1988–89 The Munsters Today Dee Dee Nelson Recurring role (3 episodes)
1988 Murphy Brown Sherry French (Secretary #1) Episode: "Respect"
1989 Monsters Sherrie Episode: "Fools' Gold"
1989 Perry Mason: The Case of the Musical Murder Leslie Singer TV film
1989 Matlock Donna Episode: "The Scrooge"
1989–90 Who's the Boss? Deb Recurring role (2 episodes)
1990 The Bradys Valerie 2 episodes: "Start Your Engines", "Here We Grow Again"
1990 Jake and the Fatman Jeannie Wicks Episode: "Exactly Like You"
1990–91 Night Court Margaret Turner Recurring role (4 episodes)
1991 Eddie Dodd Prosecutor Jessica Tilden Episode: "Unnecessary Losses"
1991 Parker Lewis Can't Lose Cathy Lee Austin Episode: "Fat Boy and Little Man"
1991 The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw Edwina TV film
1997 JAG Rebecca Bauwer Episode: "The Guardian"
1997 ER Carla Kramer Episode: "One More for the Road"
1998 Rhapsody in Bloom Debra's Girlfriend #1 TV film
1998 The Rat Pack Betty TV film
2000 Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction Marissa's Mother Episode: "Morning Sickness"


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