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Leigh Taylor-Young Biography and Filmography
Leigh Taylor-Young
Birthday: January 25, 1944
Birth Place: Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Height: 5' 9"
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Sylphlike actress LeighTaylor-Young first came to the attention of televiewers in 1966, when she was cast as Rachael Welles on the nighttime soap Peyton Place. She rose to film prominence with a series of "flower child" characterizations, notably the hash-brownie baking heroine of I Love You, Alice B. Toklas. Previously wed to her Peyton Place co-star Ryan O'Neal, Taylor-Young began curtailing her acting appearance upon her 1978 marriage to Columbia Pictures executive Guy McElwane. She reemerged as a character actress in the early 1980s, essaying such meaty film roles as the surprise murder witness in The Jagged Edge (1985), and playing recurring characters on such series as The Devlin Connection (1982, as Lauren Dane), The Hamptons (1983, as Lee Chadway) and Dallas (1987-88 season, as Kimberly Cryder). In 1993, Leigh Taylor-Young won an Emmy award for her ongoing portrayal of Rachel Harris on the weekly TVer Picket Fences.
Dirty Laundry (2006)
[ Loretta Devine ][ Jenifer Lewis ][ Veronica Webb ]
Spiritual Warriors (2006)
[ Sally Kirkland ][ Robin Riker ]
Coffee Date (2005)
[ Elaine Hendrix ][ Lisa Ann Walter ][ Sally Kirkland ][ Debbie Gibson ]
A-List (2005)
[ Daphne Zuniga ][ Joanna Garcia ][ Bitty Schram ][ Sally Kirkland ]
Klepto (2003)
Slackers (2002)
[ James King ][ Gina Gershon ][ Laura Prepon ][ Mamie Van-Doren ]
Parole (1998)
Bulletproof (1998)
Dealer's Choice (1998)
[ Laura Leighton ][ Michelle Phillips ]
The Morning After (1998)
Addams Family Reunion (1998)
[ Daryl Hannah ][ Haylie Duff ][ Maria Ford ][ Diane Delano ][ Lindsey Haun ]
Private Eyes (1997)
Bliss (1997)
[ Molly Parker ][ Sheryl Lee ][ Lois Chiles ]
Stranger in My Home (1997)
[ Veronica Hamel ]
An Unfinished Affair (1996)
[ Jennie Garth ]
Spare Parts (1996)
JAG (1995)
[ Raye Hollitt ]
Moment of Truth: Murder or Memory? (1994)
[ Melinda Culea ]
Dreamrider (1993)
[ Ej Peaker ]
Denise and De Nuptials (1992)
[ Jennifer Hetrick ]
Ghost Writer (1990)
Honeymoon Academy (1990)
[ Kim Cattrall ][ Doris Roberts ]
Anniversary Waltz (1988)
[ Linda Gray ][ Sheree Wilson ]
Who Gets the Friends? (1988)
[ Jenny Lewis ][ Anna Maria Horsford ]
Accidents (1988)
Perry Mason: The Case of the Sinister Spirit (1987)
[ Kim Delaney ]
Houston Knights (1987)
Identities (1985)
Jagged Edge (1985)
[ Glenn Close ]
Secret Admirer (1985)
[ Kelly Preston ][ Lori Loughlin ][ Dee Wallace ][ Barbara Harris ]
Secrets (1983)
Looker (1981)
[ Vanna White ][ Susan Dey ][ Randi Brooks ][ Melissa Prophet ][ Terri Welles ]
Can't Stop the Music (1980)
[ Valerie Perrine ]
Marathon (1980)
[ Lauren Hutton ]
Soylent Green (1973)
[ Paula Kelly ]
The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight (1971)
The Horsemen (1971)
The Buttercup Chain (1970)
[ Jane Asher ][ Yutte Stensgaard ]
The Games (1970)
[ Stephanie Beacham ]
The Adventurers (1970)
[ Olivia de Havilland ][ Cia Berg ][ Jaclyn Smith ][ Lois Maxwell ][ Angela Scoular ]
Under the Yum Yum Tree (1969)
The Big Bounce (1969)
[ Lee Grant ][ Phyllis Davis ]
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (1968)
[ Joyce Van-Patten ]
  • Older sister of actress Dey Young and writer/director Lance Young.
  • She and Ryan share a son, Patrick O'Neal. Has grand-daughter Sophia (b. 1996) and Veronica (b. 2001) through Patrick's marriage to Rebecca De Mornay.
  • Began her formal education as an Economics major at Northwestern University, which soon changed to Theater and studied under the renowned teacher, Alvina Krause. Subsequently, following graduation, she continued her studies in New York City with Sanford Meisner, at the Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • Has worked for Ted Turner's Better World Society.
  • An ordained minister in the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness and works closely with John Roger, an educator and Wayshower.
  • Special Advisor in Arts and Media for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), as well as a representative for the Institute for the Study of Individual and World Peace. Also the Goodwill Ambassador from the United Nations for ICEBRIDGE: First Artic Environmental Forum in 1995.
  • Said in an interview that she was very nervous about doing her love scene with Charlton Heston in Soylent Green (1973).
  • Until 1999 she lived at 1221 N. Kings Rd. in the same appartment where Jack Cassidy had died in 1976.
  • Is the voice of the Search for Serenity audio meditations for "The Course in Miracles," speaking on behalf of the Institute for Individual and World Peace and has worked with Ted Turner's Better World Society, UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme), Hands Across America, The Heartfelt Foundation and the American Cancer Society and hosted the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon.
  • When a New York play she was appearing in suddenly closed after only five weeks, Leigh became so stressed out that she contracted pneumonia. While recuperating at a Palm Springs spa in California, she was introduced to organic food and healthy, rejuvenating sunshine, turned her life around, and has to this day maintained her "Total Health" regimen of meditation, physical movement and healthy nutrition.
  • Is sometimes confused by fans with Susan Sarandon and Lesley Ann Warren.
  • While filming the shower scene with Charlton Heston in Soylent Green (1973) she tried to break her tension by joking that Heston could part the shower water, a reference to his star making role as Moses in The Ten Commandments (1956). Heston himself did not get the reference.

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