Stevie Vallance

Stevie Vallance

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Stevie Vallance

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Stevie Vallance, born Stephanie Louise Vallance on September 8, 1958 and also known as Louise Vallance, is a Canadian television actor, voice actor, stage performer, voice director and singer. Vallance was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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Montreal-born, Toronto-raised Stevie Vallance was discovered by Alan Lund (out of the Alan & Blanche Lund School of Dance), who cast her in the lead role of "Adele" in the Charlottetown Festival musical production of Jane Eyre; that played at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre (now the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts) and also at Ottawa's National Arts Centre. As a teenager, Vallance made numerous television appearances including leading roles on CBC network shows King of Kensington, Police Surgeon, The Tommy Hunter Show, and Norman Campbell's The Wonder of It All. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, in New York, she moved to Los Angeles, where she was cast in the first two seasons of the CBS network's Knots Landing, in the role of "Sylvie." During that time, the ABC network cast her as "Jenny," during the second season of The Ropers, opposite Norman Fell, Audra Lindley and Jeffrey Tambor.

Based in Los Angeles over the next two decades, Vallance guest starred on numerous television series including Bosom Buddies and Lou Grant. She played Jim Varney's love interest, Erma Terradiddle,...
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