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Frances Sternhagen

Frances Sternhagen



United States

Age: 92

Born: 13 Jan, 1930

Known for

In Prohibition as Voice Overas Voice Over

in Prohibition
In Stephen King's Golden Years as Gina Williamsas Gina Williams

in Stephen King's Golden Years

TV Series Starring Frances Sternhagen

ProhibitionProhibition
PBS, 2011 | Documentary, History
Rating: 1/5

Prohibition is a three-part, five-and-a-half-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick that tells the story of the rise, rule, and fall of the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the entire era it encompassed.


Stephen King's Golden YearsStephen King's Golden Years

When an explosion at a top-secret government lab injures an elderly janitor (KEITH SZARABAJKA, Angel), no one could have expected the terrifying results. Exposure to mysterious chemicals causes him to undergo a bizarre transformation. He is slowly... incredibly... growing younger every day. Now, a ruthless CIA assassin will stop at nothing to take him prisoner and turn him into a government guinea pig. With his future on the line, the janitor goes on the run with his wife (FRANCES STERNHAGEN, Sex and the City) and a feisty female agent (FELICITY HUFFMAN, Desperate Housewives). All the while, he continues to transform... into a being with powers that are as deadly as they are unimaginable.