Playing herself Cheryl was in the mini series I Love the '70s: Volume 2 in 2006.
Cheryl played herself in the mini series The Ultimate Hollywood Blonde in 2004.
Cheryl was married to David Ladd, from 1974-1980, they have a daughter together, her name is Jordan Ladd. Cheryl then married Brian Russell on January 3 1981 and are still currently married.
Cheryl Ladd's personal favorite episode of Charlie's Angels is Circus of Terror which was the first episode she filmed, which technically makes this her actual series debut.
Cheryl sang a song on the record known as Dance Forever. It turned out to be a minor hit for her.
Cheryl was a cheerleader in High School. She enjoyed this part of school.
Cheryl has a younger brother. His name is Seth.
Cheryl attended high school in Huron, South Dakota. Cheryl was a waitress in a local carhop at the Barn.
Cheryl performed The National Anthem at Super Bowl XIV in 1980.
In a different kind of movie, Cheryl starred in the movie Muppets Go Hollywood in 1979.
The Mad Messiah was another role that Cheryl took on in the movie Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones in 1980.
Cheryl was cast as the part of Jill Munroe's sister, Kris Munroe, in Charlie's Angels in 1977 after Farrah Fawcett-Majors left the show.
Cheryl often plays the part of a mother who has to deal with something in her past or present that is devastating such as the lose of her child or an abusive past.
Cheryl played Connie Hoagland in the made for TV movie Every Mother's Worst Fear which premiered in 1998.
In the mini series TV Land Moguls Cheryl played herself in 2004.
Cheryl played Lynn Landon in the made for TV movie Michael Landon, the Father I Knew made in memory of Michael Landon in 1999.
Cheryl was last seen on a TV movie in the production of Eve's Christmas in 2004 playing the part of Diane Simon.
Cheryl is also an artist.
In 1989 Cheryl was the first woman to receive the Hubert H. Humphrey Humanitarian Award.
Cherylis an avid golfer with 17 handicap and 15.2 index, and is recognized as a leading female celebrity golfer. She is recognized a leading female celebrity golfer.
Cheryl co-wrote a children's book with her husband entitled, The Adventures Of Little Nettie Windship.
Cheryl did commercials for Prell Shampoo (1975) and Ultra Bright Toothpaste.
Cheryl released two hit albums on Capitol Records in the 70's. Cheryl Ladd (1978) and Dance Forever (1979.)
Cheryl is 5' 4" tall.
Cheryl has been the primary ambassador for Childhelp USA, one of the largest and oldest national, nonprofit organizations dedicated to the treatment, prevention, and research of child abuse and neglect, since 1979. She was honored with their Woman of the World Award in 1987.
Cheryl Ladd: Two things I take very seriously in life. My golf game and my relationship with God. Neither one is simple.
Cheryl Ladd: They were very encouraging to each other. She'd give him backrubs. They both complimented each other. And they were great because they each really wanted to win.