TOM BOSLEY MARIAN MERCER LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH SEX IS NOT HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY TOM BOSLEY AND MARIAN MERCER...
SEX IS NOT HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH-(STEREO BEVERLY HILLS BH 1133)STARRING JACKIE VERNON, TOM BOSLEY, MARIAN MERCER, LOUISA MORITZ. COVER IS SIGNED BY TOM BOSLEY AND MARIAN MERCER. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPHS IS VG.
Thomas Edward Bosley (born October 1, 1927) is an Emmy-nominated and Tony Award winning American actor, best known on-stage for his work in Fiorello!, and for his starring and supporting roles on television shows like Happy Days, Murder, She Wrote and the Father Dowling Mysteries.
Marian Mercer (born November 26, 1935) is an award-winning American actress.
Born in Akron, Ohio, Mercer graduated from the University of Michigan, then spent several seasons working in summer stock. She made her Broadway debut in the chorus of Greenwillow in 1960, drew critical notice for her performance in New Faces of 1962, and won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance, and the Theatre World Award for Promises, Promises (1968). Additional theatre credits include Hay Fever and the short-lived 1978 revival of Stop the World - I Want to Get Off with Sammy Davis, Jr.
Mercer was a regular on The Dom DeLuise Show, The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters, The Sandy Duncan Show as one of Sandy's neighbors, Kay Fox, The Andy Williams Show, and the sitcom It's a Living where she played the humorless maitre'd, Nancy Beebe, had recurring roles on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, its sequel Forever Fernwood, St. Elsewhere, and Empty Nest, and made guest appearances on Love, American Style, Archie Bunker's Place, Mama's Family, Benson, The Golden Girls, Murder, She Wrote, Touched by an Angel, and Suddenly Susan, among many others. Her screen credits include Nine to Five, in which she reunited with former Mary Hartman co-star Dabney Coleman, whose wife she portrayed in both. She also had a featured role in the 1979 television movie The Cracker Factory opposite Natalie Wood.