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May 27, 1996 | DON HECKMAN
Multiple Personality Disorder is an actor's dream. What player wouldn't jump at the opportunity to portray a character who might, in a split second, slip into any one of dozens of personalities. It worked for Kim Stanley in "The Three Faces of Eve," and for Sally Field in "Sybil." "Melrose Place's" Heather Locklear has a go at the theme in tonight's TV movie on NBC, "Shattered Mind."
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September 29, 2008 | Victoria Kim and Ari B. Bloomekatz
Actress Heather Locklear was arrested Saturday night on suspicion of driving under the influence of a controlled substance, authorities said. Locklear, who is no longer in custody, was arrested by the California Highway Patrol and booked about 7 p.m. after a witness called 911 to report a woman's erratic driving, said Tom Marshall, a spokesman for the CHP. The witness said she saw a woman who was visibly impaired, later identified to be Locklear, getting...
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 26, 1999 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, Paul Lieberman is a Times staff writer
This is the day for the cast and crew of "Spin City" to put the finishing touches on the opening episode of a new season, on a baseball field, and for the character played by the show's own rookie, Heather Locklear, to discover that she's signed on to be the campaign manager for a New York mayor who wants to be a U.S. senator but who is--at every turn--a bozo.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 19, 2004
After reading all Carina Chocano's words in those three columns ["Forever Heather," Sept. 5] I feel I didn't learn anything about Heather Locklear. I learned that Chocano is probably the queen of hyphenated words and phrases: "Locklear-related," "tough-guy," "good-natured self-mockery," "Sanrio-featured," "two-decade-long, early Boomer," "hard-working junior-level," "extra-short," "Ur-self-exploiting," "go-to," "id-monster," "non-law-enforcing." Whew, I stopped counting. My opinion of Locklear is that she's a pretty actress with staying power.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 13, 2004 | Robert Lloyd, Times Staff writer
Airports were sexy places once, back when there were still enough trains and buses running to make air travel seem a luxury rather than the only practical way to get anywhere. Now that the airlines, the terrorists and various cadres of security agents have taken whatever fun there was in air travel clean out -- notwithstanding the odd Wolfgang Puck eatery or Ethernet hub -- it is hard to understand the reasoning behind "LAX," a new multithread action-drama premiering tonight on NBC.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 5, 2004 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
In the new NBC drama "LAX," Heather Locklear plays a character called Harley Random. Harley is head of runways at Los Angeles International Airport, and at the start of the series, she's locked in a struggle for total airport dominance with Roger (Blair Underwood), head of terminals. Their boss has recently committed suicide by putting himself in the path of a 747, and the two next-in-lines briefly battle it out like feudal chieftains in a medieval war of succession.
SPORTS
January 16, 1999
For Ray Rhodes, going from the Eagles to the Packers is like divorcing Roseanne and marrying Heather Locklear. ERIK SCHUMAN Fountain Valley
ENTERTAINMENT
July 28, 1987 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
"Dynasty' "s Heather Locklear was struck on the head Saturday by a bottle thrown from a bridge in downtown Cleveland during the RiverFest celebration there, but doctors say the wound was superficial and probably would not leave a scar. Locklear, 25, was on a boat that was passing under the Center Street Bridge when the bottle hit her. Locklear's husband, drummer Tommy Lee, and his Motley Crue rock group performed Saturday at the RiverFest.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1998 | PHIL WILLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newt's out, Heather's in. House Speaker Newt Gingrich, stuck in Washington as Congress and President Clinton wrestle over the budget, was forced to cancel his fund-raiser for Republican congressional candidate Randy Hoffman this morning. Taking his place--Heather Locklear.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 3, 1999
God bless Heather Locklear's L'Oreal-ed head for not lying about her age ("OK, Cue the Sparks," by Paul Lieberman, Sept. 26). It's fear that forces female performers to "shave off those 10 years" (often per our agent's request), and it's refreshing to read about someone who embraces her age instead of lying about it. Hopefully, Heather's candor will help this industry relax about hiring actresses over 30 . . . oh, sorry, 25. Thanks, Heather! When I get to be your age, I'll be telling the truth too. BERNADETTE BOWMAN (Age 37)
ENTERTAINMENT
September 14, 2004 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
A simple story about her daughter's dramatic flair got Heather Locklear into double trouble Monday during an appearance on "Live With Regis and Kelly." Locklear, who was in New York to promote her new television show, "LAX," which premiered Monday night on NBC, had a Freudian slip of the worst kind.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 13, 2004 | Robert Lloyd, Times Staff writer
Airports were sexy places once, back when there were still enough trains and buses running to make air travel seem a luxury rather than the only practical way to get anywhere. Now that the airlines, the terrorists and various cadres of security agents have taken whatever fun there was in air travel clean out -- notwithstanding the odd Wolfgang Puck eatery or Ethernet hub -- it is hard to understand the reasoning behind "LAX," a new multithread action-drama premiering tonight on NBC.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 5, 2004 | Carina Chocano, Times Staff Writer
In the new NBC drama "LAX," Heather Locklear plays a character called Harley Random. Harley is head of runways at Los Angeles International Airport, and at the start of the series, she's locked in a struggle for total airport dominance with Roger (Blair Underwood), head of terminals. Their boss has recently committed suicide by putting himself in the path of a 747, and the two next-in-lines briefly battle it out like feudal chieftains in a medieval war of succession.
HOME & GARDEN
March 4, 2004 | Adamo DiGregorio and David A. Keeps, Special to The Times
SYNONYMOUS with edgy fashion outlets and a Heather Locklear soap, Melrose has a place for home decor. On the avenue's western edge, from Orlando Avenue to Doheny Drive, there have always been scores of high-end specialty stores, interior designer studios and antiques boutiques. Now, however, a stretch of Melrose Avenue between Highland and La Brea avenues is becoming a budget-conscious, trend-setting decor destination.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 3, 1999
God bless Heather Locklear's L'Oreal-ed head for not lying about her age ("OK, Cue the Sparks," by Paul Lieberman, Sept. 26). It's fear that forces female performers to "shave off those 10 years" (often per our agent's request), and it's refreshing to read about someone who embraces her age instead of lying about it. Hopefully, Heather's candor will help this industry relax about hiring actresses over 30 . . . oh, sorry, 25. Thanks, Heather! When I get to be your age, I'll be telling the truth too. BERNADETTE BOWMAN (Age 37)
ENTERTAINMENT
September 26, 1999 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, Paul Lieberman is a Times staff writer
This is the day for the cast and crew of "Spin City" to put the finishing touches on the opening episode of a new season, on a baseball field, and for the character played by the show's own rookie, Heather Locklear, to discover that she's signed on to be the campaign manager for a New York mayor who wants to be a U.S. senator but who is--at every turn--a bozo.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 19, 2004
After reading all Carina Chocano's words in those three columns ["Forever Heather," Sept. 5] I feel I didn't learn anything about Heather Locklear. I learned that Chocano is probably the queen of hyphenated words and phrases: "Locklear-related," "tough-guy," "good-natured self-mockery," "Sanrio-featured," "two-decade-long, early Boomer," "hard-working junior-level," "extra-short," "Ur-self-exploiting," "go-to," "id-monster," "non-law-enforcing." Whew, I stopped counting. My opinion of Locklear is that she's a pretty actress with staying power.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 18, 1990
Can it really be that your Oct. 18 mail ran 5-to-1 against the NC-17 rating? Boy, puritanism sure is alive and well. None of the letter writers seemed to understand that the intent of an erotic, adult-oriented film is not necessarily pornographic. One letter goes so far as to complain that the Times' ad for "Henry & June" shows part of a woman's tush. Hell, we see a whole lot more of Heather Locklear's in her fitness club ads! Jack Valenti and his ratings people have finally arrived in the 20th Century.
SPORTS
January 16, 1999
For Ray Rhodes, going from the Eagles to the Packers is like divorcing Roseanne and marrying Heather Locklear. ERIK SCHUMAN Fountain Valley
NEWS
October 16, 1998 | MIKE DOWNEY
I have heard of some clever ways to get people to go to a political fund-raiser, but this one takes the cake. Randy Hoffman is a Republican who is running for Congress against incumbent Rep. Brad Sherman, in a district that stretches all the way from Sherman Oaks to Thousand Oaks. (Here in California, if you can't live in one of the beach cities, you could do worse than one of the oaks cities.
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