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Barbara Colby (July 2, 1939 July 24, 1975) was an American actress. Contents 1 Early career 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Death 5 Filmography 6 See also 7 Notes 8 External links Early career Born in New York City on July 2, 1939, she started her acting career in the theater. Following a solid performance in Six Characters in Search of an Author in 1964, she moved to Broadway with a debut in The Devils the following year. Throughout the rest of the decade, she appeared in such plays as Under Milk Wood, Murder in the Cathedral, Dear Liar, and A Doll's House, and garnered fine reviews for her Portia in Julius Caesar in 1966.
Career Colby's first important television role was in the series premiere episode of Columbo, titled "Murder by the Book" in 1971. Colby began a bi-coastal career and played a host of support/guest roles on such established shows as The Odd Couple, McMillan & Wife, The F.B.I., Medical Center, Kung Fu and Gunsmoke. Colby appeared in 1970s plays such as Aubrey Beardsley the Neophyte, House of Blue Leaves, Afternoon Tea and The Hot l Baltimore. She returned to the classics with an off-Broadway role as Elizabeth in Richard III, and was back on Broadway with the plays Murderous Angels in 1971 and a revival of A Doll's House in the early part of 1975.



In 1974, Colby appeared in two films, California Split and Memory of Us. Early in 1975, she co-starred in Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins. A role as a streetwise prostitute opposite Mary Tyler Moore in an episode of MTM Productions' The Mary Tyler Moore Show led to an appearance in a subsequent episode. In 1975, MTM cast Colby as the new regular player on the Mary Tyler Moore Show spin-off Phyllis, starring actress Cloris Leachman. Colby, who had appeared with Leachman in the TV movie A Brand New Life in 1973, was cast as Leachman's boss, Julie Erskine, the owner of a commercial photography studio. Personal life Though she was born in New York City, she was predominantly raised in New Orleans, where she had interest in acting while attending high school. After graduating, she received a scholarship to Bard College on the Hudson back in New York. This was followed by a single semester at the Paris Sorbonne University in France. Death On July 24, 1975, Colby and acting colleague James Kiernan were walking to their car following an acting class in Venice, Los Angeles, California, when they were shot inside a parking area.[1][2] The murders occurred after three episodes of the TV series Phyllis had been filmed.[3] Colby was killed instantly, but Kiernan was able to describe the shooting to police before he died of his wounds. Kiernan said that he did not recognize the two men who shot them, and that the shooting had occurred without warning, reason or provocation. Police noted that there was no attempt to rob the pair and concluded that it was a random drive-by shooting or a targeted killing. The killers were never identified and the case remains an open cold case.[4] At the time of her death, Colby was separated from her husband, Bob Levitt, son of Ethel Merman. Colby's final acting appearance was in the TV movie The Ashes of Mrs. Reasoner, which aired in 1976. Barbara was cremated. Her ashes were taken to sea by family and friends and dispersed in a ceremony off Paradise Cove on the Pacific Coast. Filmography Year Title Role Notes 1968 Petulia Patient Uncredited 1969 N.Y.P.D. Lila TV, 1 episode 1971 Columbo Lilly La Sanka TV, 1 episode The Odd Couple Monique TV, 1 episode 1972 Look Homeward, Angel Miss Brown Television movie 1973 A Brand New Life Jessica Hiller Television movie The F.B.I. Marti TV, 1 episode McMillan & Wife Linda Comsack TV, 1 episode ABC Afterschool Special TV, 1 episode 1974 Judgment: The Trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Television movie Medical Center Mrs. Polumbo TV, 1 episode Kung Fu Josie TV, 1 episode Memory of Us Iris California Split Receptionist Gunsmoke Kathy Carter TV, 1 episode 19741975 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Sherry Ferris TV, 2 episodes 1975 Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins Young Woman Alternative title: Rafferty and the Highway Hustlers Phyllis Julie Erskine #1 TV, 3 episodes 1976 The Ashes of Mrs. Reasoner Muriel Fenton Television movie entire right-of-way was purchased from Southern Pacific by Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The line was built in 1875 as the steam-powered Los Angeles and Independence Railroad to bring mining ore to ships in Santa Monica harbor and as a passenger excursion train to the beach. Subway Since the mid-1980s, various proposals have been made to extend the Purple Line subway to Santa Monica under Wilshire Boulevard. There are no current plans to complete the "subway to the sea," an estimated $5 billion project.[citation needed] Airport and ports The city owns and operates a general aviation airport, Santa Monica Airport, which has been the site of several important aviation achievements. Commercial flights are available for residents at LAX, a few miles south of Santa Monica. Landing craft at Santa Monica Airport. Looking east towards Century City Like other cities in Los Angeles County, Santa Monica is dependent upon the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles for international ship cargo. In the 1890s, Santa Monica was once in competition with Wilmington, California, and San Pedro for recognition as the "Port of Los Angeles" (see History of Santa Monica, California). City services Emergency services Two major hospitals are within the Santa Monica city limits, UCLA Santa Monica Hospital and St. John's Hospital. There are four fire stations providing medical and fire response within the city staffed with 6 Paramedic Engines, 1 Truck company, 1 Hazardous Materials team and 1 Urban Search & Rescue team. Santa Monica Fire Department has its own Dispatch Center. Ambulance transportation is provided by McCormick Ambulance Services.[79] Law enforcement services is provided by the Santa Monica Police Department The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services operates the Simms/Mann Health and Wellness Center in Santa Monica.[80] The Department's West Area Health Office is in the Simms/Mann Center.[81] Internet services Santa Monica has a municipal wireless network which provides several free city Wi-Fi hotspots[82] distributed around the City. Government Santa Monica is governed by the Santa Monica City Council, a Council-Manager governing body with seven members elected at-large. The mayor is Kevin McKeown, and the Mayor Pro Tempore is Terry O'Day. The other five current council members are Sue Himmelrich, Ted Winterer, Ana Maria Jara, Gleam Davis, and Greg Morena.[5] Representation In the California State Legislature, Santa Monica is in the 26th Senate District, represented by Democrat Ben Allen, and in the 50th Assembly District, represented by Democrat Richard Bloom.[83] In the United States House of Representatives, Santa Monica is in California's 33rd congressional district, represented by Democrat Ted Lieu.[84] Politics In recent years, Santa Monica has voted Democratic in presidential elections, with the Democrats winning over 70% of the vote in all five presidential elections since 2000. The Republican party by contrast, failed to reach 25% of the vote in any of those elections, with both John McCain in 2008, and Donald Trump in 2016 failing to reach 20% of the vote. The Libertarian Party has increased its share of the vote in each of the last four presidential elections. Earning over 2% in the 2012 and 2016 elections, after failing to reach one percent in any of the three prior elections. Santa Monica city vote by party in presidential elections Year Democratic Republican Libertarian Independents 2016[85] 80.03% 40,109 14.27% 7,153 2.75% 1,376 2.81% 1,409 2012[86] 75.68% 36,000 20.55% 9,776 2.05% 976 1.72% 816 2008[87] 79.30% 39,918 18.79% 9,461 0.57% 289 1.33% 670 2004[88] 75.06% 36,676 23.68% 11,569 0.50% 243 0.77% 374 2000[89] 71.67% 23,996 21.25% 7,114 0.49% 165 0.66% 2,205 Economy This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "Santa Monica, California" news newspapers books scholar JSTOR (May 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Headquarters of Activision and Activision Blizzard Headquarters of Universal Music Group Santa Monica is home to the headquarters of many notable businesses, such as Beachbody, Fatburger,[90] Hulu, Illumination Entertainment, Lionsgate Films,[91] Macerich, Miramax, the RAND Corporation, Saban Capital Group, The Recording Academy (which presents the annual Grammy Awards), TOMS Shoes,[92] and Universal Music Group. Atlantic Aviation[93] is at the Santa Monica Airport. The National Public Radio member station KCRW is at the Santa Monica College campus. VCA Animal Hospitals is just outside the eastern city limit.[94] A number of game development studios are based in Santa Monica, making it a major location for the industry. These include: Activision Blizzard (which includes Activision) Cloud Imperium Games (Creators of Star Citizen)[95] Naughty Dog (Creators of Crash Bandicoot (19961999), Jak & Daxter and Uncharted franchises)[96] PUBG Corporation (North American station, developed Miramar map in PUBG)[97] Riot Games, the creator of League of Legends, is just outside the eastern city limit. Treyarch Recently, Santa Monica has emerged as the center of the Los Angeles region called Silicon Beach, and serves as the home of hundreds of venture capital funded startup companies.[98] Former Santa Monica businesses include Douglas Aircraft (now merged with Boeing),[99] GeoCities (which in December 1996 was headquartered on the third floor of 1918 Main Street in Santa Monica[100]), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,[101] and MySpace (now headquartered in Beverly Hills).[102] Top employers According to the City's 20122013 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report,[103] the top employers in the city are: # Employer # of Employees 1 City of Santa Monica 2,528 2 Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center 2,079 3 Santa Monica College 1,953 4 Saint John's Health Center 1,676 5 Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District 1,457 6 RAND Corporation 842 7 Universal Music Group 743 8 Activision Blizzard and Activision 692 9 ET Whitehall (Shutters and Casa del Mar) 568 10 Lionsgate Entertainment 555 Sport See also: Sports in Los Angeles The men's and women's marathon ran through parts of Santa Monica during the 1984 Summer Olympics.[104] The Santa Monica Track Club has many prominent track athletes, including many Olympic gold medalists. Santa Monica is the home to Southern California Aquatics,[105] which was founded by Olympic swimmer Clay Evans and Bonnie Adair. Santa Monica is also home to the Santa Monica Rugby Club, a semi-professional team that competes in the Pacific Rugby Premiership, the highest-level rugby union club competition in the United States. During the 2028 Summer Olympics. Santa Monica will host beach volleyball and surfing.[106] In popular culture This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: "Santa Monica, California" news newspapers books scholar JSTOR (September 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Film and television End of Route 66 Hundreds of moving pictures have been shot or set in part within the city of Santa Monica.[107] Films One of the oldest exterior shots in Santa Monica is Buster Keaton's Spite Marriage (1929) which shows much of 2nd Street. The comedy It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) included several scenes shot in Santa Monica, including those along the California Incline, which led to the movie's treasure spot, "The Big W". The Sylvester Stallone film Rocky III (1982) shows Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed training to fight Clubber Lang by running on the Santa Monica Beach, and Stallone's Demolition Man (1993) includes Santa Monica settings. In Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985), the theft of Pee-wee's bike occurs on the Third Street Promenade.[108] Henry Jaglom's indie Someone to Love (1987), the last film in which Orson Welles appeared, takes place in Santa Monica's venerable Mayfair Theatre. Heathers (1989) used Santa Monica's John Adams Middle School for many exterior shots. The Truth About Cats & Dogs (1996) is set entirely in Santa Monica, particularly the Palisades Park area, and features a radio station that resembles KCRW at Santa Monica College. 17 Again (2009) was shot at Samohi. Other films that show significant exterior shots of Santa Monica include Fletch (1985), Species (1995), Get Shorty (1995), and Ocean's Eleven (2001). Richard Rossi's biopic Aimee Semple McPherson opens and closes at the beach in Santa Monica. Iron Man features the Santa Monica pier and surrounding communities as Tony Stark tests his experimental flight suit. The documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys (2001) and the related dramatic film Lords of Dogtown (2005) are both about the influential skateboarding culture of Santa Monica's Ocean Park neighborhood in the 1970s. The Santa Monica Pier is shown in many films, including They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969), The Sting (1973), Ruthless People (1986), Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), Clean Slate (1994), Forrest Gump (1994), The Net (1995), Love Stinks (1999), Cellular (2004), The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold (2006), Iron Man (2008) and Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009). The films The Doors (1991) and Speed (1994) featured vehicles from Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus line, relative to the eras depicted in the films. The city of Santa Monica (and in particular the Santa Monica Airport) was featured in Roland Emmerich's disaster film 2012 (2009). A magnitude 10.9 earthquake destroys the airport and the surrounding area as a group of survivors escape in a personal plane. The Santa Monica Pier and the whole city sinks into the Pacific Ocean after the earthquake. Television A number of television series have been set in Santa Monica, including Baywatch, Goliath,[109] Pacific Blue, Private Practice, and Three's Company. The Santa Monica pier is shown in the main theme of CBS series NCIS: Los Angeles. In Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the main exterior set of the town of Sunnydale, including


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