March 29, 2009 |
Marg Helgenberger stars as Catherine Willows on "CSI" -- and, can you believe it, the 200th episode airs Thursday. -- It's coming up on 10 years of "CSI." How's that? It's a lot of things. I gauge a lot of things through my son's age. He was 9 when we started that show. He's 18 now -- a freshman at Indiana. He just came home for spring break yesterday, looking like a lumberjack. He's got this full red beard. I mean, he's a redhead! But a red beard is kind of unusual.
May 9, 1993 |
Marg Helgenberger never likes to repeat herself. "I believe one of my strengths is versatility," Helgenberger says. "I want to exercise it as often as I can." This month, Helgenberger's versatility is getting a major workout. The Emmy Award-winner, who played the cynical prostitute K.C. on ABC's "China Beach," is starring in two high-profile TV films. First up is ABC's chilling "Stephen King's The Tommyknockers," airing Sunday and Monday.
April 16, 1997 |
Amajor public health campaign has been launched to assist the 9 million American women with stress urinary incontinence. The message: There is medical treatment. The "Life Without Limits" campaign is sponsored by the American Medical Women's Assn. and is being publicized by actress Marg Helgenberger. The idea is to de-stigmatize a problem that affects many women after age 35. Surveys show that more than 60% of women with the problem have never spoken to their doctors about it. Stress urinary incontinence can be treated in 85% to 90% of all cases.
June 23, 1991 |
Marg Helgenberger sees a definite pattern in her career. "I go from slut to a mother to a slut to a mother," she said, breaking into a giggle. Most TV viewers know Helgenberger for her Emmy-winning turn as the cynical prostitute K.C. in ABC's recently canceled Vietnam War series "China Beach." "But right before I got 'China Beach,' I played a mother with two sons in that Dennis Weaver series 'Buck James,"' Helgenberger said.
September 17, 1990 |
On a night when there was no dominant winner, the talk backstage at the Emmy Awards in Pasadena Sunday was narrowly focused on the individuals bestowed with the statuettes. Those who trekked back to meet the press--not everyone did--were happy but not always expansive. One of the happiest was Ted Danson. Veteran loser Danson, finally a winner after eight previous Emmy nominations, said that it felt good to be recognized finally for his work on "Cheers."
October 23, 1990 |
Beach Baby: Marg Helgenberger, the Emmy-winning actress who plays K. C. on ABC's "China Beach," had a baby boy in real life on Sunday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Ten days ago, Helgenberger's character had a daughter on the series. She and husband Alan Rosenberg named their son Hugh Howard Rosenberg.