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July 31, 1994 | N.F. MENDOZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sheree J. Wilson wanted to play a strong woman on television. She was getting tired of being a decoration in small, obscure movies. Then, in Israel, three weeks into the filming of yet another low-budget flick, "Cold to the Touch," she noticed that co-star Chuck Norris was smiling at her "like the cat who ate the canary." To her delighted surprise, Norris informed Wilson she'd landed the role as his co-star in his CBS series, "Walker, Texas Ranger."
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July 31, 1994 | N.F. MENDOZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sheree J. Wilson wanted to play a strong woman on television. She was getting tired of being a decoration in small, obscure movies. Then, in Israel, three weeks into the filming of yet another low-budget flick, "Cold to the Touch," she noticed that co-star Chuck Norris was smiling at her "like the cat who ate the canary." To her delighted surprise, Norris informed Wilson she'd landed the role as his co-star in his CBS series, "Walker, Texas Ranger."
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July 30, 1997 | CANDACE A. WEDLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oh, what Chuck Norris and the whole crew on "Walker, Texas Ranger" (CBS) haven't been doing to work around Sheree J. Wilson's pregnancy. To hide her belly, they've filmed her character, Alex Cahill, behind couches, desks, briefcases and hats. They even wrote an episode in which Cahill and Walker went undercover as an expectant couple. Wilson, 38, and her husband, Paul De Robbio, are expecting their second child Sunday. The show has been on temporary location in Santa Fe, N.M.
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April 18, 1993 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few years ago, martial arts movie star Chuck Norris would never have done a television series. And it wasn't for lack of offers. "Gosh, I have had so many offers for series," says the former professional world middleweight karate champion. "I have had a dozen offers for series." But he turned them all down because they were typical cop and detective series fare. "They were nothing different," says the trim, fit 53-year-old Norris. "I would get bored with it.
NEWS
April 15, 2001 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It isn't difficult for Chuck Norris to discuss the two-hour series finale of "Walker, Texas Ranger," which is slated to air May 12 on CBS. Just ask him if he thinks the fans will be happy with the series' swan song. "I hate to say it, but it's almost too good for television," says Norris. "This is going to be incredible," continues the former martial arts champ with almost puppy dog enthusiasm. "The fans are going to love this show. We have a lot of stuff going on that is quite incredible.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 31, 1986 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Nothing could be all bad. Nothing except the news media, apparently. The media are society's true villains, if you buy prime time's relentless portrayals of the press as some kind of evil, predatory monolith--"Jaws" in front of a camera or a word processor. For every smug network promo glorifying Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings or Dan Rather, there are countless instances of the media being kneed in the groin by scriptwriters.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 11, 1989 | STEVEN LINAN, Times Staff Writer
Since the memorable night in 1953 when Lucille Ball delivered Little Ricky and big ratings, networks have come to rely on births as a means of boosting their prime-time fortunes. With a new television season officially getting under way next Monday, a handful of returning series are laboring to provide viewers with blessed events as part of their new looks for 1989-90. Five of the 58 established series on NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox will feature episodes in which prominent characters give birth.
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