Birth Name: Bonnie Bedelia
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
It was only inevitable that movie roles would follow. She made her film acting debut in "The Gypsy Moths" in 1969, but was more memorable as a pregnant marathon dancer in that same year's "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" and as the bride to be in the superlative comedy "Lovers and Other Strangers" (1970). Although her career was on an upward swing, the actress opted to concentrate on marriage and motherhood and curtailed her feature film appearances for much of the remainder of the decade. She did, however, appear in several TV projects, including the above average romance "Sandcastles" (CBS, 1972) and the short-lived ABC adaptation of "The New Land" (1974), in which she portrayed a 19th-cen...