Julia Duffy


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  • Birth Name: Julia Hinds
  • Birth Place: Minnesota
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 06/27/1951, Cancer
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Grace Under Fire: Down in the Boondocks

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Aired: 2/17/1998

Grace runs into Bev, Quentin’s girlfriend’s mother, at the pharmacy. Bev tells her she’s feeling suffocated in her marriage; being rich isn’t that great. Grace has a hard time relating to Bev’s problems. watch

VIDEO: Grace Under Fire: Grace Under Class

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Aired: 2/10/1998

Grace stops by the pharmacy while Quentin’s working at the soda fountain. Quentin’s girlfriend Laurie is there, and Grace meets her for the first time. watch

VIDEO: Grace Under Fire: The Fall from Grace

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Aired: 2/3/1998

At the construction site, Grace feels the resentment of her co-worker, Derrick, who wanted the job Grace has. Grace, who has asked D.C. for more responsibilities, is surprised when her old pal Vic shows up and says he’s desperate for a job. watch


Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
Intolerable Cruelty
Bed & Breakfast
Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adve

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Intolerable Cruelty
Intolerable Cruelty
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure

More Julia Duffy Movies Videos

The Ballad of Piggy Duckworth
Episode 5
The League: The Breastalyzer
A Fright in the Attic

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TV Listings



Year Title Description
2003 Intolerable Cruelty Movie, Actor - Sarah Sorkin
2003 Dumb And Dumberer Movie, Actor - Jessica's Mom
2003 Charlotte's Web 2 Movie, Actor - Charlotte
1997 Social Studies TV Show Series, Actor - Frances Harmon
1993 The Mommies TV Show Series, Actor - Barb Ballantine

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The League Producers On Season 4's Offensive Players

Talk about special teams! Literally hours after the birth of their daughter this summer, The League's creators and executive producers Jeff Schaffer and Jackie Marcus Schaffer began filming the cult-fave fantasy football comedy's fourth season (premiering Thursday at 10:30/9:30c on FX). "You had to see our doctor's face," laughs Marcus Schaffer of the delivery-room race to keep the shoot on schedule. "We were trying to explain to him that we had [all] of these professional football players lined up for the next day!" Now that the proud parents can relax a little, they're ready to talk about their other (and far raunchier) labor of love.

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7th Heaven Pop Says Goodbye: Part 1

After 10 years as the WB's unsung savior, 7th Heaven is being sent to, well, programming heaven. The network declared the show "too expensive" to keep running and announced that this season would be the family drama's last — though there is some talk of a spin-off. In a two-part interview, TVGuide.com spoke with Stephen Collins, who since Heaven's debut has played Rev. Eric Camden, the paterfamilias of seven kids — which some might call hell, but maybe that's just us — about the show's value, its abrupt cancellation and more. TVGuide.com: When did you find out that Heaven was canceled?Stephen Collins: [Series creator] Brenda [Ham read more

Days of our Lives hustler Brody...

Days of our Lives hustler Brody Hutzler (Patrick) has begun filming the romantic comedy Be My Baby. He plays a divorce lawyer in the indie flick, whose colorful costars include Party of Five's Lacey Chabert, J.Lo's ex-hubby Cris Judd and Newhart alumna Julia Duffy, a recent guest star on Passions as the Mother Superior of Whitney's convent. read more

Newhart and Designing Women star...

Newhart and Designing Women star Julia Duffy will pop up on Passions for five episodes starting Aug. 22. And get this: She'll play the Mother Superior of a convent. Holy camp-o-rama! In other Passions news, the NBC sudser has won AFTRA's prestigious 2005 National American Scene Award for "its consistent level of diversity in casting for all roles, thereby portraying the American scene in a positive, balanced and realistic manner." While "realistic" isn't quite the word I'd use to describe it, this show is a standout for its multicultural casting. Speaking of showing all the colors of the rainbow flag, Internet chat rooms are currently abuzz with reliable word that one of Harmony's young misfits will soon come out as a lesbian. (Hint: It's not Endora.) read more

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