Candace Azzara (born May 18, 1945) appears as psychic fortune teller Madame Inga in the Married with Children episode titled "Psychic Avengers" in Season six.


Born in Brooklyn, the daughter of Josephine (née Bravo) and Samuel Azzara.[1] She was inspired to pursue acting by the film La Strada and theatre legend Eleonora Duse. She studied with Lee Strasberg and Gene Frankel and soon began appearing off-Broadway and in regional theatres.

Billed as Candy Azzara, she made her Broadway debut in Lovers and Other Strangers in 1968. Additional stage credits include Jake's Women, Cactus Flower, Any Wednesday, Barefoot in the Park, and The Moon Is Blue.

Film and TV rolesEdit

Candice was cast as Gloria in the second pilot of All in the Family when it was titled "Those Were the Days" and the family name was Justice instead of Bunker.[2] She was a regular on the sitcom Calucci's Department and had recurring roles on Caroline in the City, Who's the Boss?, Soap, and Rhoda. She has guested on numerous series, including Diff'rent Strokes, The Practice, Kojak, Barney Miller (as a manicurist, in Season 2 Episode 3), Trapper John, M.D., L.A. Law, Murder, She Wrote, ER, and Joan of Arcadia. In film, Candice has appeared in such films as Ocean's Twelve, Catch Me If You Can, Easy Money, House Calls, Fatso, and Made for Each Other. Candice is the aunt of actress Lana Parrilla, now probably best known as the Witch in Once Upon a Time.


  1. Film Reference biography
  2. IMDb logo Those Were the Days at the Internet Movie Database

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