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Life for the Angels after 'Charlie's Angels'

Here are post-"Charlie's Angels" career highlights for Jaclyn Smith and Kate Jackson, the other two original members. JACLYN SMITH, 63 Designed her own apparel and other products, and was a spokeswoman for Max Factor in the 1980s; did numerous ads for Kmart for her apparel line. Starred as the title character in the 1981 TV movie, "Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy." Nominated for Golden Globe. Landed recurring roles in series including "Becker," "The District" and "Hope & Faith" in the last 10 years. Most recent acting credit was in the 2005 TV movie "Ordinary Miracles." Host of Bravo's reality show "Shear Genius." KATE JACKSON, 60 Starred in the groundbreaking 1982 movie "Making Love" as a wife whose doctor husband (Michael Ontkean) comes out of the closet and falls for a novelist (Harry Hamlin). Landed role as Amanda King in "Scarecrow and Mrs. King," a reasonably big hit about spies for CBS from 1983-87 that co-starred Bruce Boxleitner. Starred in the 1988 TV version of the Diane Keaton comedy "Baby Boom." Had cameos or recurring roles in a handful of well-known series ("Ally McBeal" and recently "Criminal Minds") and even voiced Mrs. Amanda King a couple of times on "Family Guy." Her health battles, including breast cancer, led her to work in cancer awareness.


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