Kate Jackson aka Sabrina Duncan

Kate Jackson After getting bitten by the acting bug, Kate moved to New York City from her home town of Birmingham, Alabama. While in New York, she enrolled into the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Kate's big break came when she played a "ghost" in the daytime drama, Dark Shadows. After three months on Dark Shadows she had guest roles in TV's Bonanza and a semi-regular on NBC's short-lived series The Jimmy Stewart Show. Then she hit the big time with a role on the crime show, The Rookies. Kate played nurse Jill Danko for producers Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg. The producers decided after The Rookies ended that she was strong enough for her own series. The producers and Kate created the skeleton shell for a series called Charlie's Angels. Kate was to become known around the world as Sabrina Ducan, the "smart" Angel. After a very successful three-year run, Kate decided to leave the series after the producers did not allow her out of her "Angel" contact to film Kramer vs. Kramer. After Charlie's Angels,, Kate tried her hand at comedy in the television remake of Topper (starring with first husband Andrew Stevens) and hit the big screen with the cutting edge film Making Love, about a man and his struggle with homosexuality. As her film career was blossoming, Kate was offered a new series for television called Scarecrow and Mrs. King. She fell in love with the character of Mrs. King (a mother of two boys who worked as a Secret Agent) and took on the series. Scarecrow became an huge hit. After four years, Scarecrow left the air, and Kate again returned to television in Baby Boom, which was based on the hit film. The series did not have the same pull as the film and quickly ended.

The hardest role Kate had to play was her personal battle with breast cancer in 1987 and in 1989. She shared her experience with the world to show other women the importance of mammograms and cancer prevention. In September 1995, Kate was given her greatest challenge, the adoption of her first child, Charles Taylor Jackson. She has said being a mother is her greatest role. Kate has settled into motherhood and has found herself once again in front of the camera. In 1996 she was seen in The Family Channel's Panic in the Skies, ABC's Gail Sheehy's New Passages, and in 1997 CBS's film What Happened to Bobby Earl?  Angelic Heaven will keep you updated with the latest in Kate's career!


  • Dark Shadows (1970-1971)
  • The Jimmy Stewart Show (1971-72)
  • The Rookies (1972-1976)
  • Charlie's Angels (1976-1979)
  • Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983-1987)
  • Baby Boom (1988-1989)

Theatrical/television films:

  • Adrift
  • Armed and Innocent
  • Cold Heart of a Killer
  • Cycling Through China
  • Death at Love House
  • Death Cruise
  • Death Scream
  • Dirty Tricks
  • Empty Cradle
  • Homewrecker
  • Inmates: A Love Story
  • Justice in a Small Town
  • A Kidnapping in the Family
  • Killer Bees
  • Limbo
  • Listen to you Heart
  • Loverboy
  • Making Love
  • The New Healers
  • Night of Dark Shadows
  • Panic in the Skies
  • Quiet Killer
  • Satan¹s School for Girls (1973)
  • Satan's School for Girls (2000)
  • Silence of Adultery
  • The Stranger Within
  • Thin Ice
  • Thunder and Lightning
  • What Happened to Bobby Earl?
  • Topper
TV Guest Appearances
  • $25,000 Pyramid
  • ABC's Silver Anniversary
  • Ally McBeal "The Kiss"
  • Arly Hanks Mysteries "Series Pilot"
  • Bonanza "One Ance Too Many"
  • Boys of Twilight "Shadow of a Shadow"
  • The Captain and Tennille
  • Celebrity Parenthood
  • Dead Man's Gun "Death Warrant"
  • Gail Sheehy's New Passages
  • Hollywood Squares
  • James at 15 "Series Pilot"
  • Just 5 [commercials]
  • Mad, Mad World of the Superbowl
  • Magical World of the Superbowl
  • Movin' On "Series Pilot"
  • Night of 100 Stars
  • The San Pedro Beach Bums "Angels and the Bums"
  • Saturday Night Live
  • Sensational Shocking Wonderful Wacky 70's
  • Twice in a Lifetime

Farrah | Kate | Jaclyn | Cheryl
Shelley | Tanya | David | John | Aarron

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