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Elizabeth Baur is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her roles as Officer Fran Belding on the original Ironside as well as Teresa O'Brien on the show Lancer. Wikipedia

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#Fact
1Best known by the public for her role as Off. Fran Belding on Ironside (1967).
2Her acting mentor was the late Raymond Burr.
3Cousin-in-law of Barney Rosenzweig.
4Cousin of Cagney & Lacey (1981) star Sharon Gless.


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Return of Ironside1993TV MovieFran Belding
Remington Steele1984TV SeriesMargie Kelsey
Fantasy Island1981TV SeriesLucy Carson
Police Woman1978TV SeriesJoslyn Westmore
ABC Weekend Specials1977TV SeriesAnnabel
S.W.A.T.1975TV SeriesDr. Ellen Benton
Ironside1971-1975TV SeriesFran Belding Officer Fran Belding
Emergency!1972TV SeriesSister Barbara
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors1972TV SeriesOfficer Fran Belding
Nanny and the Professor1971TV SeriesSusan Baxter
Room 2221971TV SeriesMeaghan
The Young Rebels1970TV SeriesRachel
Lancer1968-1970TV SeriesTeresa O'Brien
Daniel Boone1970TV SeriesVirginia
The Boston Strangler1968Harriet Fordin
Batman1968TV Series4th Policewoman

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Vicki!1993TV SeriesHerself

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#Quote
1[When she was excited on getting her role on Ironside (1967)]: My first day on the set. I thought to myself, 'Wow! I'm working with Raymond Burr!' I got the shakes, and couldn't remember a line. This is the hardest work I've ever done; I think being a regular on a show is the hardest thing you can do. Not that you're just background - on Ironside everybody's involved - but you do generally do the same things every show; you have to keep up some kind of energy in your character.
2[About the characters' feelings on Ironside (1967)]: Everyone else had their little inside jokes, their understanding looks among themselves. They had their characters completely pat. I had to come in and establish myself within the workings of the group, without being too obvious about it.
3[When she chose to study acting]: My family finally agreed to let me attend Estelle Harmon's classes, figuring I was only going through a phase and would quickly grow out of it. I guess they figured a few classes with Estelle would prove I didn't really have talent.
4After Lancer (1968) went off, I went on auditions for roles I know I should have won. But I didn't get them. Finally, I called my agent and asked him what I was doing wrong. He checked and called back to tell me the producers felt I "didn't have enough energy". I just walked in quietly, introduced myself, then got to the reading. Well, the next interview after that, I really was so embarrassed. I went into that office bouncing off the walls, being the jerk of the century. I felt so phony and I made a complete ass of myself. But I got the part and I have gotten every one since then. You just have to be bigger than life in an audition. Also, in TV, so many people are so insecure. They have to see a performer as the person they are casting. They haven't time to visualize you in the role.
5[on her own Ironside (1967) character]: And unlike Barbara Anderson's rich girl image, I play the daughter of a police captain who was killed and framed by gamblers. I'm out to clear his name and that's why I go to Ironside. Ironside knew my father and knew me since I was a child.
6Every once in a while I think I'll get a place of my own. But it's really very expensive. I know that's the biggest cop-out of all time. But I care for my parents and we really get on.


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