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Detail of Book meg and jo: Descripton: the timeless classic little women inspired this heartwarming modern tale of four sisters from new york times bestselling author virginia kantra the march sisters reliable meg independent jo stylish amy and shy beth have grown up to pursue their separate dreams when jo followed her ambitions to new york. 1 a Meg bo J ceth B d Amy eather F fother M 2 a 1 b 4 c 3 d 2 3 a 1 b 2 c 1 d 2 4 aote wr bere w c danced dent w e asked 5 a 7 b 3 c 7 d 3 e 3 6 a 4 b 5 c 1 d 3 e 2 7 a happy beg’s M c swimming d Laurie 8 a got bve glo cy stor d listened to 9 aother M bather F c Laurie dohn J eo J 10 a 3 b 5 c 4 d 2 e 1 11 a 3 b 7 c 3 d 7 e 3 Jo Beth Meg Amy.

Little Women with a twist: four sisters from a blended family experience the challenges and triumphs of life in NYC in this beautiful full-color graphic novel perfect for fans of Roller Girl and Smile.
Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy are having a really tough year: with their father serving in the military overseas, they must work overtime to make ends meet..and each girl is strugg Little Women with a twist: four sisters from a blended family experience the challenges and triumphs of life in NYC in this beautiful full-color graphic novel perfect for fans of Roller Girl and Smile.
Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy are having a really tough year: with their father serving in the military overseas, they must work overtime to make ends meet..and each girl is struggling in her own way. Whether it's school woes, health issues, boy troubles, or simply feeling lost, the March sisters all need the same thing: support from each other. Only by coming together--and sharing lots of laughs and tears--will these four young women find the courage to discover who they truly are as individuals..and as a family.
Meg is the eldest March, and she has a taste for the finer things in life. She dreams of marrying rich, enjoying fabulous clothes and parties, and leaving her five-floor walk-up apartment behind.
Jo pushes her siblings to be true to themselves, yet feels like no one will accept her for who she truly is. Her passion for writing gives her an outlet to feel worthy in the eyes of her friends and family.
Beth is the shy sister with a voice begging to be heard. But with a guitar in hand, she finds a courage that inspires her siblings to seize the day and not take life for granted.
Amy may be the baby of the family, but she has the biggest personality. Though she loves to fight with her sisters, her tough exterior protects a vulnerable heart that worries about her family's future.

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Sperber in 1981
BornSeptember 15, 1958
DiedNovember 29, 2005 (aged 47)
Sherman Oaks, California, U.S.
Resting placeMount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery
OccupationActress
Years active1978–2005
Spouse(s)
(m. 1983; div. 1994)​
Children2

Wendie Jo Sperber (September 15, 1958 – November 29, 2005) was an American actress, known for her performances in the films I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978), Bachelor Party (1984), and Back to the Future (1985), as well as the television sitcoms Bosom Buddies (1980–1982) and Private Benjamin (1982–1983).

Early life[edit]

Sperber was born in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, California, and aimed for a performing-arts career from high school onward. She attended the summer Teenage Drama Workshop at California State University, Northridge, during the 1970s.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Sperber began her screen career at a young age when she was cast in the small role of 'Kuchinsky', in Matthew Robbins' 1978 teen comedy Corvette Summer, alongside Mark Hamill and Annie Potts. She appeared in Robert Zemeckis' period comedy I Wanna Hold Your Hand, as the irrepressible 'Rosie Petrofsky'. Sperber was overweight, but was able to move quickly on screen (Entertainment Weekly described Rosie Petrofsky as 'a screaming Beatlemaniac who, among other things, climbed through elevator shafts'),[1] and her 'girl next door' appearance helped her to overcome the stigma of her weight.

She played the title role in the ABC Afterschool Special feature Dinky Hocker, which dealt with a teenager's attempts to hide her feelings by eating, and engaged in physical comedy in Steven Spielberg's 1941. Zemeckis, who also worked on 1941, brought Sperber back to the big screen in 1980 with a role in his comedy Used Cars, but it was on television that year that Sperber finally began to receive more serious attention.

She was cast in the role of 'Amy Cassidy' -- a character that was funny, romantic, and exuberant— in the series Bosom Buddies starring Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari. Following its cancellation in 1982, Sperber appeared in the comedy The First Time, and worked a year on the series Private Benjamin. She then resumed her feature work in the Tom Hanks theatrical vehicle Bachelor Party, directed by Neal Israel. Israel used her again in Moving Violations in 1985. That same year, she appeared as Linda McFly in Zemeckis' highly successful Back to the Future. She reprised her role as Linda in Back to the Future Part III.

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Sperber's roles grew larger in the wake of Back to the Future, and over the next decade she starred in the series Babes (a comedy about three zaftig women). In 1994, Sperber was cast in a major supporting part in the CBS-TV series Hearts Afire. By this time, she had lost a lot of weight. As far as acting roles were concerned, she preferred comedy. As she told TV Guide in 1990, 'I'm an actress who likes to say something funny—everybody laughs and your job is done.'[citation needed] In 1998 she guest starred as April the cleaning lady and Grace's muse on the twelfth episode of Will & Grace.

Hp sprocket app for mac windows 10. Her last work was lending her voice to 'Roger 'n' Me', an episode of American Dad! that aired in 2006, after her death. The producers of the show renamed her character Wendie Jo in honor of the actress.[citation needed]

Advocacy[edit]

In addition to her work on TV and movies, Sperber also was the founder of weSPARK Cancer Support Center, an independent organization formed in 2001 to advance and help support individuals and their families fighting various forms of cancer through free emotional support, information and social events/activities. In addition to being the founder, Sperber also served on the board of directors and wrote the quarterly newsletter. According to one of the last known interviews with Sperber by Terra Wellington,[2] the weSPARK organization was her key cause and effort in the last year of her life with her stating 'The whole idea of weSPARK's programming was that I didn't want people to walk into a room and have a therapist ask how they feel. I wanted peer support.'[3]

Each year, weSPARK put on an extravagant benefit show called weSPARKLE to raise funds for the organization. The event was attended by many of Sperber's friends and colleagues, including Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston, John Ritter, and Eric McCormack.[citation needed]

In 1998, Sperber also helped the United States Postal Service unveil and promote a breast-cancer stamp.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

In 1983, Sperber married Richard Velasquez and had a son, Preston, in 1986, and a daughter, Pearl, in 1990. Pearl also goes by the name 'Daphne'. The marriage ended in divorce in 1994.[citation needed]

In 1997, Sperber was diagnosed with breast cancer, which seemed to go into remission following treatment. She revealed in April 2002 that the cancer had reappeared and spread throughout her body, and by mid-2004 she had undergone experimental brain radiation therapy.[3] She continued to work in television and movies during this period, including episodes of Unhappily Ever After, Home Improvement, Will & Grace, Grounded for Life, and the movies Desperate But Not Serious (1999) and Sorority Boys (2002).

She died of breast cancer on November 29, 2005, at the age of 47.[4]

Documentary film[edit]

Sperber is the subject of the documentary The Show Must Go On, directed by Beth Murphy. The film follows the actress through her treatments to battle breast cancer during the production of the 2004 weSPARKLE event.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film
YearTitleRoleNotes
1978I Wanna Hold Your HandRosie Petrofsky
Corvette SummerKuchinsky
GreaseDancerUncredited
19791941Maxine Dexheimer
Dinky HockerSusan 'Dinky' HockerTV movie
1980Used CarsNervous Nona
1983The First TimeEileen
1984Bachelor PartyDr. Tina Gassko
1985Moving ViolationsJoan Pudillo
Back to the FutureLinda McFly
1986Stewardess SchoolJolean Winters
1987Delta FeverClaire
1990The ImageAnita CoxTV movie
Back to the Future Part IIILinda McFly
1994Mr. WriteRoz
Love AffairHelen
1995Mr. Payback: An Interactive MovieWoman With Kitten
The Return of HunterLucilleTV movie
1996Big Packages
1999Desperate But Not SeriousLandlady
2000PissedWendy
2002Sorority BoysProfessor Bendler
2003My Dinner with JimiLouella
2010Take 22: Behind the Scenes of SequesteredCece(final film role)
Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
1980The Stockard Channing ShowWendy SimonEpisode – 'Life Begins at 30'
1980–1982Bosom BuddiesAmy Cassidy
1981Knots LandingEllieEpisode – 'Step One'
1982–1983Private BenjaminPvt. Stacy Kouchalakas
1985BrothersConnieEpisode – 'Life's Too Short to Be Delicate'
1987–1988Women in PrisonPam
1989Designing WomenEstelle RhinehartEpisode – 'The Women of Atlanta'
1990Who's the Boss?LoriEpisode – 'Micelli's Marauders'
1990–1991BabesCharlene Gilbert
1991Harry and the HendersonsLeslie WorthEpisode – 'George's White Light'
Married.. with ChildrenSandy JorgensonEpisode – 'I Who Have Nothing'
1992Parker Lewis Can't LoseCarol2 Episodes
DinosaursWendy RichfieldEpisode – 'Hungry for Love'
1992–1993Hearts AfireMavis Davis
1994Fortune HunterNadineEpisode – 'Triple Cross'
1995KirkSaleswomanEpisode – 'S'Wonderbra'
1997You WishMargoEpisode – 'A Real Don Juan'
1998Murphy BrownAnnEpisode – 'Bad Hair Day'
1999Will and GraceAprilEpisode – 'My Fair Maid-y'
Unhappily Ever AfterMs. SnaylopsEpisode – 'The Artist and the Con Artist'
MaggieDr. ScottEpisode – 'Don't Quit Your Day Job'
Home ImprovementSueEpisode – 'The Long and Winding Road (Part 1)'
2000BettePennyEpisode – 'A Method to Her Madness'
20028 Simple RulesAlice4 Episodes
2003JAGLandladyEpisode – 'Standards of Conduct'
Touched by an AngelTriciaEpisode – 'And a Nightingale Sang'
2005Grounded for LifeMrs. RobinsonEpisode – 'The Letter(s)'
2006American Dad!Old Lady/Wendie Jo (Voice)Episode – 'Roger & Me'

References[edit]

  1. ^'One Fun Babe'. Entertainment Weekly. October 12, 1990. Retrieved February 17, 2016.
  2. ^'Terra Wellington Biography'. movie-stars.us. Retrieved February 17, 2016.
  3. ^ abWellington, Terra (September–October 2004), Bosom Buddy Transforms Pain into Hope, REAL Magazine, pp. 29–31
  4. ^'Wendie Jo Sperber, Actress, Dies at 46'. Associated Press/The New York Times, December 2, 2005. Retrieved December 23, 2019.

External links[edit]

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  • Wendie Jo Sperber at IMDb
  • 'One Fun Babe', a 1990 Entertainment Weekly profile of Sperber that discusses her role on the sitcom Babes.
  • The Show Must Go On documentary about Wendie Jo Sperber
  • Wendie Jo Sperber at Find a Grave

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