Sandy Sprung in role as mother in the film "The Last American Virgin" in 1982.
|Born:||November 23, 1937|
|Birthplace:||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Occupation:||TV screenwriter, producer, director, actor and author|
|Character/Appearance on MWC:||Dottie in episode Poppy's by the Tree:Part I" (Season 2)|
|Series inolved with:||Married... with Children|
|Job with series:||Writer/Story editor, 14 episodes |
Producer , 64 episodes
Sandy and her frequent collaborator Marcy Vosburgh were producers of the show from early in the second season to the end of the fourth. They moved on to continue working together on Unhappily Ever After.
Marcy produced a total of 64 episodes of the MWC; she also wrote or co-wrote fourteen episodes, as well.
As an actress, Sandy appeared in a bit roles in numerous TV series, such as Barney Miller, Mork and Mindy, Archie Bunker's Place. Too Close for Comfort, and Unhappily Ever After. Marcy made an appearance on MWC as Dottie in the Season 2 episode "Poppy's by the Tree, Part I". She also appeared in the 1981 made-for-TV movie Please Don't Hit Me, Mom and as a mother in 1982's The Last American Virgin.
A published author, Sandy's latest book is a funny account of her 100-pound flight down the scale entitled "Candy, Chocolate, Ice Cream and How to Lick 'Em." Sprung, a native New Yorker, now lives in Los Angeles where she also continues to write for television.
Books written by SandyEdit
- Candy, Chocolate, Ice Cream and How to Lick 'em!, ISBN 0-913204-02-3 ASIN B0006W9H3I, with Judith Keith, Tandem Press; 1st American edition, January 1, 1973.
- I Haven't A Thing To Wear Or Getting Down To Basics In Fashion And Beauty, ASIN B0006W9H3I, ISBN 0913024112, with Judith Keith, Tandem Press; 1st American edition, 1969.