Timelines for year 1971
Had two older sisters - Michelle Barclay (b.1971) and Melinda Holden (b.1973).
She was released on September 1971 from the New York State Prison for Women at Bedford Hills; but was arrested again November 1971 for threatening letters and calls to various people, including Andy Warhol. In 1973 she was in and out of mental institutions; and spent eight months in South Florida State Hospital in 1975.
In 1970, when actor Brian Kelly was critically hurt and paralyzed following a motorcycle accident, Law stepped into Kelly's starring role in Columbia's trashy release The Love Machine (1971), adapted from Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel. Like Susann's other best-seller Valley of the Dolls (1967), the film version was unmercifully panned.
Schoolmate of actor Curtis Armstrong. They both graduated Berkley High School, Berkley, Michigan, within one year of each other (Crenshaw in 1971).
Won Broadway's 1971 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical) for "No, No, Nannette. She was again nominated in the same category in 1973 for "Irene."
Children: Les Paul Deal, born 1971 and Stormy Deal, born September 4 1973. Les was named after the Les Paul guitars and Stormy was named for the song "Stormy" by the Classics IV.
Governor of Nebraska, 7 January 1971 - 3 January 1979.
Became involved in the sports-entertainment business after a ring announcer in 1971 left abruptly and his father, Vincent McMahon, needed a replacement.
U.S. Representative from New York City (1971 - present).
Was in a near fatal glider crash with Jimmy Webb on February 6, 1971.
Was considered for the role of Archie Bunker on "All in the Family" .
Son Jeremy Danby Bennett born 1971.
Former husband David Bennett was a renowned NYC furrier. Marriage was short-lived but got lots of publicity when she was pregnant in 1971 and he designed a maternity mink coat for her that would zip out after the birth and become a regular coat.
While working on McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971), he and Warren Beatty hated each other so much that Beatty later admitted that, had he produced the film himself, he would have killed Altman.
In 1971, Michael stunned playgoers at the Alley Theater in Houston by suddenly stopping in the middle of a performance of "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail," told the audience he was too tired to continue and walked off the stage. The audience went home, and Moriarty left town.
Appeared in Peter Bogdanovich's The Last Picture Show (1971), although only in archive footage. The film that the characters in the movie go to see is Father of the Bride (1950), and a clip is show featuring Joan.
Biography in: "Dictionary of American Biography". Supplement Nine. 1971-1975. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1994.
Was nominated for Broadway's 1971 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for "Company."
Won Broadway's 1971 Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical) for "The Rothschilds."
Just before his death, Murphy was offered the part of the villain in the original Dirty Harry (1971).