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Another Dianne Kay Interview (Jan 25, 2012)
The Neverhood Show, Episode #78 Dianne Kay
Dianne Kay may be best known for her role as Nancy Bradford on the ABC television show Eight is Enough (1977-1981) but there is alot more to Dianne than meets the eye!
She appeared in the Eight is Enough reunion movies in 1987 and 1989. She also appeared on the Flamingo Road series pilot, and the television series Glitter. In 1979, she had a large role in Steven Spielberg's 1941. Join us as we chat about Dianne's career, her new television comedy that she is developing called "Seconds,", and a SPECIAL READING of a wonderful children's poem/story that she wrote. Visit her online blog at her web site, www.diannekayproductions.com, it's an ALL NEW NEVERHOOD with Dianne Kay!
Dianne Kay on Retroality Part 2 Now Posted (December 3, 2011)
Listen to Retroality.TV Presents Reimagine That! with Chris Mann" Episode 4 here
Dianne Kay on a Podcast! (November 18, 2011)
Here is the first part of Dianne Kay's two part interview with Chris Mann.
Retroality TV blog
Listen to Episode 3 of Reimagine That
Stuff (Oct 1, 2011)
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of Dianne Kay's new website. Acting career, news, photos, blog, and more.
TV Series Finale: Eight is Enough Reunion from March 2010.
Watch the two part segment again.
Stuff (Sep 13, 2011)
More.com: Dianne Kay on Beating Kidney Cancer
Despite her success on the big and small screen, Dianne Kay has experienced her fair share of pain. Not only did she lose her onscreen mom and older sister from “Eight Is Enough,” but Kay also just survived a battle with kidney cancer.
The C.A.P.E.R. Project - Female Guest Stars - Dianne Kay.
Dianne Kay is probably best known to fans for her role as Nancy Bradford on the popular ABC series Eight is Enough. But did you know her very first role in Hollywood was as an ingenue meter maid in The Kids from C.A.P.E.R. episode 'The Goodfather' (which was one of the first episodes filmed but shown later in the series as one of the "When the Big Bologna Was Blue" entries?) We were thrilled when Dianne offered to share her memories of working on C.A.P.E.R. with us!
Eight is Enough on Globe Magazine (Sep 12, 2011)
The Globe magazine's cover for the Sep 19 issue features the cast of Eight is Enough.
The Globe is available at most supermarkets.
It also includes interviews with both Susan Richardson and Dianne Kay along with photos.