Jo Ann Pflug, a well-known television and film actress and personality for over twenty-five years, is a graduate of University of Miami. She is best known for her role as "Lt. Dish" in Robert Altman's "M.A.S.H.", the hit television show "The Fall Guy", with Lee Majors, and as co-host of "The New Candid Camera".
She has appeared as a guest star in many episodes of "The Love Boat", "Quincey", "Fantasy Island", and "Laugh-In", to mention a few. Her credits are diverse, ranging from hosting children's radio shows to acting in countless television shows, "Movies of the Week", game and talk shows, films, and theater.
Jo Ann has had the pleasure of interviewing a wide range of highly respected people, such as Senator Barry Goldwater, author Ray Bradbury, director Gary Marshall, astronaut Alan Sheppard, and Christopher Reeves. She has appeared on Good Morning America, The Tonight Show, and The David Frost Shows, and international shows in London, Buenos Aires, and Paris. Most recently she worked with John Cusack in "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil", and Bill Paxton in "Travelers". She co-hosted Good Morning L.A. with Regis Philbin, and an Emmy Award winning Children's Special for CBS, and hosted the Special Olympics for NBC.
Jo Ann has worked with some of the most talented actors and actresses in the business, such as: Donald Sutherland, Dame Judith Anderson, Peter Sellers, Bill Cosby, Jack Klugman, and Jonathan Winters. Her early associates were many of the well-mannered and gracious stars such as, Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Jimmy Stewart and Jack Lemmon, as well as political figures, Dr. Henry Kissinger and Governor Jeb Bush. She firmly believes that laughter is a true healer of whatever ails you.
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