Bruce Boxleitner and Melissa Gilbert
Melissa Gilbert and Bruce Boxleitner have separated after 16 years of marriage, her rep tells TVGuide.com.
"We have loved each other for a very long time and we share four incredible sons together," Gilbert said in a statement. "On behalf of our family we ...
Melissa Anderson, 10.5: Apocalypse
If you thought NBC's 10.5 pushed the envelope when it came to heaping natural disaster upon natural disaster, you ain't seen nothin' yet. The new 10.5: Apocalypse (May 21 and 23 at 9 pm/ET) picks up immediately after the harrowing events of the original and continues the devastation, threatening to split the North American continent right down the middle if super-seismologist Kim Delaney and her team of FEMA heroes can't find a way to glue God's green earth back together. Playing first lady to "President" Beau Bridges in the sequel is Melissa Anderson, who has come a long way — 25 years, in fact — from her Little House on the Prairie days.
Actor Alan Rosenberg was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild on Friday. The former L.A. Lawman succeeds Melissa Gilbert, who opted not to seek a third term. Rosenberg's first order of business will be to secure a higher share of DVD revenues for actors. After that, he'll focus on priority No. 2: finding Susan Dey.
Half-Pint is outta there. Former Little House on the Prairie denizen Melissa Gilbert has announced that she won't be seeking a third term as president of the Screen Actors Guild, Variety reports. Vying to fill her seat of power are — and I only wish I were funny enough to be making this up — Morgan Fairchild, Robert "Knock it off… I dare ya" Conrad and Alan Rosenberg (who played the same attorney on both L.A. Law and Civil Wars).