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Cheryl Ladd
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Celebrity Profile
Birth Date 12 July 1951 (1951-07-12) (age 73)
Hometown Huron, South Dakota
Known For Actress

Dancing with the Stars 31

Partner(s) Louis van Amstel
Placement 14th
Highest Score 24 (Rumba)
Lowest Score 21 (Cha-Cha-Cha & Tango)
Average Score 22.0

Cheryl Jean Stoppelmore Ladd is a celebrity from Season 31 of Dancing with the Stars.

Biography[]

Retrieved from Disney press site
Since her big break as one of the beloved "Charlie's Angels," Cheryl Ladd has enjoyed a career that has traversed television, film, Broadway and beyond. Cheryl currently stars in "A Cowgirl's Song," a new movie from Samuel Goldwyn Films. Cheryl was seen in the Lifetime Christmas movie "Christmas Unwrapped" as part of their It's A Wonderful Lifetime event. She also guest starred on HBO's "Ballers" and Showtime's "Ray Donovan," where she played a fouled mouth version of Vanna White. Next, she starred in FX's "American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson" playing Linell Shapiro, the wife of Simpson's defense attorney Robert Shapiro portrayed by John Travolta.

Ladd has also starred in the Hallmark Channel movie "Garage Sale Mysteries: The Wedding Dress" and the faith-based film "The Perfect Wave," opposite Scott Eastwood. Her other credits include Ladd singing and dancing as 'Mrs. Claus' in the Disney musical "The Search For Santa Paws: Santa Pups 2," as well as starring as an unhinged love interest to medical examiner 'Ducky' (David McCallum) on television’s #1 rated drama, "NCIS." Ladd starred in the Warner Bros. feature film "Unforgettable" opposite Katherine Heigl, and in the indie feature "Camera Store" opposite John Larroquette and John Rhys-Davies.

Moving effortlessly between mediums has always been second nature for Ladd, and the seasoned performer demonstrated such versatility when she starred as 'Annie Oakley' in "Annie Get Your Gun!" on Broadway, realizing a lifelong dream.

Dancing with the Stars 31[]

She is partnered with Louis van Amstel. They placed 14th.

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