Those who have a fond memory of a particular television program will probably remember Diana Muldaur. The American actress starred in a number of shows, including L.A. Law, and Star Trek: The Next Generation. She has also appeared in a number of films. Her first role was on the television show The Secret Storm, where she played Ann Wicker. She was nominated for two Emmy Awards for her work on that show. She also appeared in two episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series. She was also a member of the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and she received three Primetime Emmy Award nominations.
Muldaur has also appeared in a number of films, including the thriller The Other (1972) and the crime drama Hog Wild!. She also appeared in the police drama Police Story: A Cry for Justice. She also voiced a character on the Batman: The Animated Series. She has also appeared on a number of other television shows.
Muldaur made her film debut in the 1971 movie The Homecoming. She later appeared in the television series The Love Boat, The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, Hart to Hart, and The Streets of San Francisco. She also appeared in the 1973 film Call to Danger. She was also nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for her work on L.A. Law. Her film career spanned over 20 years. She is now 84 years old. She has not talked about her personal life, but has said that she has no children. She has also visited almost every state in the United States. She was raised on Martha’s Vineyard, in Massachusetts. She has also traveled to several European countries.
Muldaur has also starred in a number of movies, including the crime drama The Lawyer (1970) and the family adventure Born Free (1974). She also played a conservationist in Born Free. She also appeared in the television show McCloud, in which she played Chris Couglin. She was the first woman to be elected President of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She also played the role of Leslie Thompkins in Batman: The Animated Series. She retired from acting in 1993. In addition to acting, she is a dog breeder. Muldaur owns a football team called the New York Angels. She is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Screen Actors Guild.
Muldaur appeared in three episodes of Quincy. She also made a guest appearance on the series The Survivors. She has also appeared on several other television shows, including The Rockford Files, Matlock, and Hunter. She also starred in the 1978 film Maneaters Are Loose!, as well as the two-hour film Police Story: A Cry for Justice. Muldaur also appeared on the series The Tony Randall Show. She made a guest appearance in an episode of $weepstake$ in 1979.
In addition to acting, Muldaur also has her own line of vodka. She has a Twitter and Facebook account. She estimates her net worth to be between $3 million and $5 million.