Barbara Montgomery

Barbara Montgomery
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Barbara Montgomery Biography

Barbara Montgomery (born June 25, 1939) is an American television and film actress. Montgomery is best known for her role as Cassietta Hetebrink on the sitcom, Amen, Montgomery played the role for four years, and left in 1990. She later starred in the short-lived ABC program Married People as Olivia Williams, and also appeared on many shows such as A Different World, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Disneyland, and Living Single.

Barbara Montgomery Trivia

  • Was offered the role of the sex-goddess "Carla" in Robert Patrick's play "Kennedy's Children" on Broadway, which won Shirley Knight a "Tony" Award, but chose instead to play the school teacher, "Wanda", because she wanted to build a career as a character-actress.
  • October, 2001 - Served as Mistress of Ceremonies for the 40th Anniversary celebration of La Mama, an Off-Off Broadway theatre that promoted the early careers of playwrights such as Paul Foster, Lanford Wilson, Robert Patrick, William M. Hoffman, Tom Eyen, Sam Shepard, Leonard Melfi and Harvey Fierstein.


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