LAX Airport

November 6, 2008

LAX Airport – American television series, which shares takes place on one of the world’s most busy airports – LAX in Los Angeles.

The heads of the airport, the airport manager plate Harley Random (Heather Locklear) and responsible for the terminals Roger De Souza (Blair Underwood), of each reins in the face of new problems. Bomb attacks, drunken pilots, illegal immigrants, the traffickers, late planes and lost baggage – these are only some of the problems which have to grapple. In managing the overall situation helps, inter alia, the police officer Henry Engels (Frank John Hughes), dealing with passengers Tony (Paul Leyden), and responsible for customs and immigration clearance Betty (Wendy Hoopes) and Nick (David Paetkau). The emissions and production of the series was completed for the 13th episode due to low viewing figures.

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Best-known for creating some of television’s most memorable characters, four-time Golden Globe nominee Heather Locklear has enjoyed a prolific career in both television and film.

Heather Locklear was most recently featured in MGM’s Uptown Girls and in Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes: Back in Action.

Locklear showcased her comic flair on the small screen on the ABC hit comedy Spin City, portraying campaign manager Caitlin Moore. Previously, Locklear starred on the popular FOX drama series Melrose Place. She also starred in the HBO thriller Double Tap, the critically acclaimed NBC telefilm Shattered Mind and in the highly-rated ABC mini-series Texas Justice.

Heather the rescuer

August 29, 2008

Aaron Spelling saw Heather’s television star potential in the 1980s, and wanted her to improve the ratings of the primetime soap, Melrose Place. Heather thought she was too old to join the twentysomething cast of town house residents, but as blonde vixen Amanda Woodward, Heather was just what the show needed to boost its low ratings and add some spice to the plot.

Amanda was the character audiences loved to hate, while Heather was the woman every woman wanted to hate, but couldn’t. It was clear that critics loved her, as Heather was nominated for Best Actress in a TV Drama for 4 consecutive years, for her work on Melrose Place.

While working as Amanda Woodward from 1993-1999, Heather guest-starred in the film Wayne’s World, as Wayne and Garth’s most schwingable babe; appeared in an uncredited role in The First Wives Club; and starred in Money Talks and Double Tap.

Personal life

July 1, 2008

Locklear has dated Tom Cruise and Scott Baio and was married to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee from May 1986 to August 1993. After their divorce, she married Richie Sambora on December 17, 1994 in Paris. On October 4, 1997 she gave birth to their daughter, Ava Elizabeth. Locklear’s representative announced on February 2, 2006 that divorce papers had been filed to dissolve the couple’s marriage. In further papers filed by Sambora, it has been revealed that the couple has been separated since December 26, 2005, and that Sambora will be seeking joint custody of Ava. After filing for divorce, Sambora became romantically involved with Denise Richards, ending what Locklear had considered a close friendship. In May 2007, Locklear and fellow Melrose Place alum Jack Wagner confirmed their new romance at a charity golf event.

Trivia

July 1, 2008

Born at 5:40pm-PDT

Her ex-husband, Richie Sambora, is a member of the rock band Bon Jovi.

Daughter, Ava Elizabeth, with ex-husband Richie Sambora, was born. [4 October 1997]

Attended UCLA for a short period of time. She chose to pursue an acting career in lieu of the completion of her studies towards a bachelors degree. Her father, William Locklear, has served in various UCLA high-level administrative positions (Registrar, Director of the Office of Residential Life, etc.).

On her mother’s side, Heather is cousins with Marla Maples.

Of mostly Scottish extraction.

Measurements: 37-24-35 (reported early in career), 34C-23-33 (after her reported implants), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)

She is part Lumbee Indian, a community of individuals whose ancestry is a mixture of Native Americans, Africans and Europeans who intermarried only with each other.

Refused a regular part on the TV series “Good Morning, Miami” (2002). It was a role similar to the one she played on “Spin City” (1996). That role later went to Ashley Williams.