Joan Van Ark
- 1972 : Les Crapauds (Frogs) : Karen Crockett
- 1977 : Le Dernier Dinosaure (The Last Dinosaur) : Frankie Banks
- 2000 : Held for Ransom : Nancy Donovan
- 2001 : UP, Michigan! : Deborah Michaels
- 2003 : Net Games : Dr Klein
- 2005 : Diamond Zero
- 2008 : Channels : Megan Phillips
- 1968 : Peyton Place (Série TV) : Nurse Paula
- 1968 : Mod Squad (Série TV) : April Showers
- 1969 : Bonanza (Série TV) : Annie Laurie Adams
- 1969 : Gunsmoke (Série TV) : Sarah Jean Stryker
- 1969, 1970 et 1971 : Sur la piste du crime (The F.B.I.) (Série TV) : Cynthia Scott
- 1970 : Des jours et des vies (Days of our Lives) (Série TV) : Janie Whitney #3
- 1970 : Dan August (Série TV)
- 1970 : Matt Lincoln (Série TV) : Katherine
- 1970 : Hawaï police d'État (Hawaii Five O) (Série TV) : Freda Cowan
- 1971 et 1974 : Cannon (Série TV) : Anna
- 1972 : Le Combat du capitaine Newman (Téléfilm)
- 1972 : Un juge pas comme les autres (The Judge and Jake Wyler) (Téléfilm) : Alicia Dodd
- 1972 : Temperatures Rising (Série TV) : Nurse Annie Carlisle (unknown épisodes, 1972-1973)
- 1972 : Night Gallery (Série TV) : Sondra Blanco
- 1973 : M.A.S.H. (Série TV) : Lt. Erica Johnson
- 1973 : Mannix (Série TV) : Jennifer Crane
- 1974 : Cyrano (Téléfilm) : Roxane (voix)
- 1974 : The Manhunter (Série TV)
- 1974, 1975 et 1977 : 200 dollars plus les frais (Série TV) : Barbara Kelbaker
- 1974 : Requiem pour un pigeon (Big Rose: Double Trouble) (Téléfilm) : Nina
- 1975 : The Rules of the Game (Téléfilm) : Silvia Gala
- 1975 : Shell Game (Téléfilm) : Shirley
- 1975 : Le Dernier des Mohicans (The Last of the Mohicans) (Téléfilm) : Cora Munro (voix)
- 1976 : The Bionic Boy (Téléfilm) : Valerie Sheffield
- 1976 : Petrocelli (Série TV) : Chris
- 1977 : McMillan (McMillan and Wife) (Série TV) : Georgie
- 1977 : Testimony of Two Men (Feuilleton TV) : Jane Robson
- 1977 : Kojak (Série TV) : Detective Josephine Long
- 1977 : We've Got Each Other (Série TV) : Dee Dee Baldwin
- 1978 : Quincy (Série TV) : Bert Philips
- 1978 : Tarzan and the Super 7 (Série TV) : Manta (voix)
- 1978 : Wonder Woman (Série TV) : Cassandra Loren
- 1979 : Spider-Woman (Série TV) : Jessica Drew / Spider-Woman (unknown épisodes)
- 1979 : Vegas (Série TV) : Dr Haven Grant
- 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1991: Dallas (Série TV) : Valene Ewing
- 1979-1993 : Côte Ouest (Knots Landing) (Série TV) : Valene Ewing
- 1979, 1980, 1981 et 1984 : La croisière s'amuse (The Love Boat) (Série TV) : Kris
- 1981 : Red Flag: The Ultimate Game (Téléfilm) : Marie'
- 1984 : Glitter (série TV)
- 1988 : Shakedown on the Sunset Strip (Téléfilm) : Brenda Allen
- 1988 : My First Love (Téléfilm) : Claire Thomas
- 1990 : Menu for Murder (Téléfilm) : Julia Alberts
- 1990 : Always Remember I Love You (Téléfilm) : Martha Mendham
- 1992 : Terror on Track 9 (Téléfilm) : Leslie Renner
- 1993 : Tainted Blood (Téléfilm) : Mrs. Drew
- 1993 : In the Shadows, Someone's Watching (Téléfilm) : Cinnie Merritt
- 1994 : Boys Will Be Boys (Téléfilm) : Susan Cooper
- 1994 : Une inconnue dans la maison (Moment of Truth: A Mother's Deception) (Téléfilm) : Nora McGill
- 1995 : When the Dark Man Calls (Téléfilm) : Julianne Kaiser
- 1996 : Santo Bugito (Série TV) : Amelia
- 1996 : Les Anges du bonheur (Touched by an Angel) (Série TV) : Kim Carpenter
- 1996 : Le Prince de Bel-Air (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) (Série TV) : Jewel Pemberton
- 1997 : Retour sur la Côte Ouest ("Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac") (Feuilleton TV) : Valene 'Val' Ewing
- 1998 : La Maison-Blanche ne répond plus (Loyal Opposition: Terror in the White House) (Téléfilm) : Vice-Président Lane
- 2000 : It's the Pied Piper, Charlie Brown (Téléfilm) : Une secretaire
- 2002 : Tornade (Tornado Warning) (Téléfilm) : Mayor McAnders
- 2004-2005 : Les Feux de l'amour ("The Young and the Restless") (Série TV) : Gloria Fisher Abbott (#1)
- 2008 : Nip/Tuck (Série TV) : Annette Wainwright
- 2009 : Earl (Série TV)
- 2013 - 2014 : Dallas (Série TV) : Valene Ewing
Joan Van Ark, just out of high school, was the second youngest student to attend the Yale School of Drama on a scholarship. The youngest was Julie Harris. It was the beginning of a lifelong friendship. Years later, they would co-star on the CBS Television series, Côte ouest (1979). Van Ark began her professional career at the Minneapolis Guthrie Theater in Moliere's "The Miser", opposite Hume Cronyn and Zoe Caldwell. That was followed by "Death of a Salesman" at the Guthrie with both Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. After a season at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., Joan was cast in the national touring company of "Barefoot in the Park", directed by Mike Nichols. She recreated the role in the critically acclaimed London Company and later on Broadway. She earned a Tony nomination for her performance in "The School for Wives" and she won the Theater World Award for "The Rules of the Game".
Van Ark also appeared off-Broadway opposite John Rubinstein in "Love Letters". More recently, she co-starred in the New York production of Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize winning play "Three Tall Women". Her Los Angeles theater credits include "Cyrano de Bergerac", playing "Roxanne" opposite Richard Chamberlain's "Cyrano", "Ring Around the Moon" with Michael York and Glynis Johns, "Chemin de Fer", "Heartbreak House" and "As You Like It", for which she won a Los Angeles Drama Critics Award. She also appeared as "Lady Macbeth" in the Grove Shakespeare Festival's production of "Macbeth". Van Ark has also starred in the Williamstown Theater Festival productions of "Night of the Iguana", "The Legend of Oedipus" and the festival's 40th anniversary production of Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music".
She is perhaps best known for her role as "Valene Ewing" beginning on Dallas (1978) and then on the spin-off series, Côte ouest (1979). During the 13 seasons as "Val", she earned six nominations and two Soap Opera Digest Awards for Best Actress. Joan also starred in the TV comedies, Temperatures Rising (1972) and We've Got Each Other (1977). In May 1997, she reprieved her role of "Valene" in the CBS mini-series, Retour sur la Côte Ouest (1997). Most recently, she guest-starred in an episode of Une nounou d'enfer (1993), which was specially written for her. Van Ark's television movie credits include When the Dark Man Calls (1995), Moment of Truth: Cult Rescue (1994), In the Shadows, Someone's Watching (1993) (actor/producer), Boys Will Be Boys (1999) (actor/director), Meurtres sur la voie 9 (1992), Maudits par le sang (1993), Menu for Murder (1994), Always Remember I Love You (1990), My First Love (1988) and Shakedown on the Sunset Strip (1988).
She was also one of the voices for CBS-TV's Saturday morning cartoon series Santo Bugito (1995) and she provided the voice of Spider-Woman (1979), another Saturday morning series. In 1997, Joan directed a short documentary on homelessness and domestic violence for the Directors Guild of America, which was nominated for an Emmy.
She appeared in the feature film, Held for Ransom (2000), with Dennis Hopper and Debi Mazar. Joan is currently featured in the film, UP, Michigan! (2001), which was entered in the New York Independent Film Festival. According to Film Festival representatives, the screening of UP, Michigan! (2001) elicited more favorable audience response than any other film throughout the one-week event. Joan also starred as the "Vice President of the United States" in the FOX Family telefilm, La Maison-Blanche ne répond plus (1998). Last summer, she played "Camille" in Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real" at the Folger Shakespeare Theater in Washington, D.C. She appeared in Destins croisés (1999), filmed in Toronto. She recently completed filming in Los Angeles of Son of the Beach (2000). Joan's career was featured on the biographical program, Intimate Portrait: Joan Van Ark (2002), on the Lifetime Channel for Women. She also played two cameo roles in the independent feature films, Net Games (2003) and the soon-to-be-released Diamond Zero (2005) with Tippi Hedren. Joan was featured in "The Vagina Monologues" at the Canon Theater in Beverly Hills. She also opened the national tour of "The Vagina Monologues" in Denver's Center for the Performing Arts.
In May, 2003, she was a celebrity guest actor in the Los Angeles production of "Blackout" at the McCadden Theater in Hollywood. She also appeared in the off-Broadway production of "The Exonerated" at the Bleeker Street Theater in New York. Last spring, Joan appeared in "Five by Tenn" at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. with Kathleen Chalfant, Patricia Clarkson and Sally Field. It was a world premiere of newly-found Tennessee Williams one-act plays. In addition, she played a regular role for much of last year on CBS Television's Les feux de l'amour (1973).
Joan will soon appear in the world premier of Mark O'Donnell's new adaptation of "Private Fittings" by Georges Feydeau at the La Jolla Playhouse near San Diego. The production, opening February 22nd, will be directed by Des McAnuff, winner of two Tony Awards. Joan is still married to her high school sweetheart, John Marshall, a former award-winning TV newsman, who now heads an on-line news service, eNewswires.com. Their daughter, Vanessa Marshall, is also an accomplished actress, director and comedian.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: John Marshall
John Marshall (1 February 1966 - present) (1 child)
TriviaWas a Weakest Link (2001) contestant and was voted off.Gave birth to her daughter Vanessa Marshall on 19 October 1969.Runs marathons and is something of a Track and Field historian.Was the second youngest student to attend Yale School of Drama on a scholarship, the youngest was Julie Harris, later playing her mother on Côte ouest (1979).Has two brothers, Dexter J. Van Ark and Mark Clark Van Ark.Sister of Carol Kuykendall.Was nominated for Broadway's 1971 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Dramatic) for "The School for Wives."Has appeared with Ted Shackelford in episodes of three different series: Wonder Woman (1975), Dallas (1978) and Côte ouest (1979).Born to Carroll Van Ark, who worked in advertising and public relations, and his wife Dorothy Jean Hemenway, a writer.Her name is literally "Joan of Ark" in Dutch.Grew up in Boulder, Colorado.Her paternal grandfather was of Dutch descent.Best known by the public for her role as Valene Clements Ewing on Côte ouest (1979).Ex-mother-in-law of Andrew Kishino.Her idol when she was young was Jane Wyman, the same idol as her future Côte ouest (1979) co-star, Donna Mills.Friends with: Barbara Bel Geddes, Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Michele Lee, Donna Mills, Kevin Dobson, Susan Sullivan, Lorenzo Lamas, Sharon Gless and Larry Manetti.She has played the same character (Valene Ewing) on three different series: Dallas (1978), Côte ouest (1979) and Dallas (2012).Replaced Marlo Thomas (who broke her ankle) at the request of Richard Benjamin in the London stage production (Piccadilly Theatre) of Barefoot in the Park.
Personal Quotes[on why its time for another Côte ouest (1979) reunion show] They want to see if we're in wheelchairs and walkers yet.[When her series' star and best friend Michele Lee, who played Karen Fairgate MacKenzie, became a director on Côte ouest (1979)]: She just sort of picked, cause Michele has the director vibe in her, and she just picked some scenes that, you know, were just - not generic - but signature Knots kind of scenes, and I was just in awe of the work. I mean, there was one that I did see because I watched the first maybe fifteen minutes of the reunion, and there was a scene where I got married to Ben where Ted said, 'May I kiss the bride?'[on a long-running prime-time soap opera]: What I'm surprised at this time around is how emotional it's been. And I'm getting all verklempt even now.[on her religion]: I'm Presbyterian and I don't go to church very much.When you're on a long running series, you reach a very rarefied, high oxygen area and after a while to keep a show on the air they have to make some very drastic changes.You've got to realize that any lady on a soap is devoting her life to it, 24/7.
[Of herself along with Michele Lee]: When two characters or two actresses are together for a while there is bound to be chemistry developing. I think Michele and Joan do adore one another, and the writers saw something between the lines there, and they wrote toward that. I didn't even know Michele before we started the show but we became great friends, and still are.
Par mumu2901 le 15 Février 2018 à 18:05
2014:Joan Van Ark et Rene Horsch
Lynda Carter et Joan Van Ark :Avant d'être Val,Joan a fait une apparition dans l'épisode 7 de la troisième saison de Wonder Woman.
2001 Joan Van Ark dans Son of beach.
2014 Lors de l'émission "Home and family".
Joan Van Ark et Alan Thicke.
Joan Van Ark et Angela Lansbury.
Par mumu2901 le 8 Décembre 2017 à 15:54
1971 Joan Van Ark dans la série "Medical Center".L'image n'est pas de bonne qualité,mais je la met malgré tout,ne serait ce que pour avoir l'occasion de voir l'actrice qui avait 28 ans.
1974" The Rockford Files",épisode''Find me if you can.
En 1979,la même année où l'actrice commença à jouer dans Côte Ouest,elle participa à un épisode la série"Vegas".
1987 Debbie Reynolds, John Forsythe et Joan Van Ark.
Entre le 23 juin et le 09 juillet 1988 ,Joan Van Ark a joué dans la pièce "La légende d’ œdipe.Elle tenait le rôle de Jocasta et sa fille Vanessa qui était alors dans sa 19ème année ,celui de Edvane.
Joan Van Ark , Daniel Davis(on se souvient de ce dernier qui jouait si bien , Niles,le majordome hilarant dans une nounou d'enfer) et Joe Morton.
1988 Téléfilm "My first love" avec Joan Van Ark, Richard Kiley et Beatrice Arthur.
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