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Heather Locklear

United States

Age: 59
Known for
as Rachel Rose King

in Franklin & Bash
as Caitlin Moore

in Spin City
as Host

in Billboard Music Awards
as Amanda Woodward

in Melrose Place (1992)
TV Series Starring Heather Locklear
Franklin & Bash
TNT,

2011

| Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.1/5

Jared Franklin and Peter Bash are two lawyers and close friends. When they win a high-profile case the firm they beat recruits them.


LAX
NBC,

2004

| Drama
Rating: 1/5

Television favorite Heather Locklear ("Spin City") returns to primetime - full-time - in this off-beat dramatic series centered in a world unto itself: a major international airport. Security breaches, tearful reunions, illegal immigrants, missing children, runaway animals, drug busts, drunken pilots - there are countless stories to tell in "LAX".


Spin City
ABC,

1996

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.6/5

A talented cast provide a sophisticated ensemble comedy, filmed entirely in New York City. Michael Flaherty (Michael J. Fox), Deputy Mayor and right-hand man to Mayor, expertly keeps his co-workers and City Hall under complete control while his personal life often spins completely out of control.


Billboard Music Awards

The Billboard Music Awards is sponsored by Billboard magazine. BMAs honors winners based on Billboard's year-end music charts, which are based on Nielsen data for sales, downloads and airplay. Awards were given for the top album/artist/single in every genre.


Melrose Place (1992)
FOX,

1992

| Drama, Soaps
Rating: 2/5

Created by Darren Starr and executive produced by Aaron Spelling, this highly successful spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210 followed the exploits of a group of young adults from various backgrounds residing in a Los Angeles apartment complex.


Going Places
ABC,

1990

| Comedy

Four young adults not only share producing jobs at a hidden-camera TV show but also share the same house.


T.J. Hooker

A tough-as-nails veteran police officer rides the beat with his rookie partner.


Dynasty (US)
ABC,

1981

| Drama, Soaps
Rating: 5/5

The most successful soap of the 80s, created by mega-producer Aaron Spelling. It began in 1980 with the wedding of wealthy oil mogul Blake Carrington to Krystal Grant, and escalated into a full-blown soap opera just a few month later when Alexis (Blake's ex-wife) comes back to town starting a chain of event that will propel the Carrington family from the drama of the 1980s the chaos of the 1990s.