Season Hubley

Season Hubley (born Susan Hubley, March 14, 1951) is an American actress and singer.

Season Hubley
Born
Susan Hubley

(1951-03-14) March 14, 1951 (age 70)
New York City, U.S.
OccupationActress, singer
Years active1972–1999
Spouse(s)
(m. 1979; div. 1983)

David Hayball
(m. 1992; div. 1994)
Children1
RelativesWhip Hubley (brother)

Early lifeEdit

Hubley was born Susan Hubley in New York City, the daughter of Julia Kaul (née Paine) and Grant Shelby Hubley, a writer and entrepreneur.[1] Her brother is actor Whip Hubley. She also has two sisters, Sara Hubley Beeken and Julie Simpson-Levy.

CareerEdit

Hubley was steadily active, in film and on television, from her first 1972 appearance in the eponymous lead role in the television film Bobby Jo and the Good Time Band,[2] through to her final 1999 appearance in a guest-starring role on the episode "Wreck of the Zephyr" of the television series Flipper.

Hubley appeared in mix of supporting and lead roles through the 1970s. In 1973, she played the title character in Lolly-Madonna XXX, also known as The Lolly Madonna War, around whom the story revolved.[3] She co-starred in the 1979 film Hardcore, and may be best known for her appearance as Priscilla Presley in the 1979 made-for-television film Elvis. She appeared briefly in Escape from New York (1981). Her other major film role is in the 1982 cult film Vice Squad, in which she played a prostitute named Princess.

In television, she made an appearance on The Partridge Family in 1972 playing the part of a princess. In 1977, she appeared as a nun whose sister was murdered in an episode of Kojak.[4] She had a continuing role in the evening TV drama Family, guest-starring in several episodes in 1976 and 1977 as Salina Magee, the love interest of teenage dropout Willie Lawrence.[4] She also co-starred in an episode of Starsky & Hutch, "Starsky’s Lady", in which she was Starsky's fiancée.[4] From 1991 to 1994, she portrayed Angelique Marick on the daytime drama All My Children. She appeared in Stepfather III and Child in the Night, both in 1990.

Personal lifeEdit

Hubley was married to actor Kurt Russell from 1979 to 1983. They have a son, Boston Oliver Grant Russell.[3]


FilmographyEdit

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1973 Lolly-Madonna XXX Lolly Madonna
1974 Catch My Soul Desdemona
1979 Hardcore Niki
1981 Escape from New York Girl in Chock Full O'Nuts
1982 Vice Squad Princess
1985 The Key to Rebecca Alaney Fontana
1987 Prettykill Heather Todd
1987 Steele Justice (uncredited)
1989 Caddie Woodlawn Harriet Woodlawn
1991 Total Exposure Andi Robinson
1992 Stepfather III Jennifer Ashley
1998 Kiss the Sky Beth
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1972 Bobby Jo and the Good Time Band Bobby Jo TV movie (unsold pilot)[2]
1972 The Partridge Family The Princess Episode: "Princess and the Partridge"
1973 She Lives! Pam Rainey TV movie
1974 The Healers Ann Kilmer TV movie
1974 Kung Fu Margit Kingsley McLean Season 3 Episode 1: "Blood of the Dragon: Part 1"
Season 3 Episode 2: "Blood of the Dragon: Part 2"
1975 The Rookies Kim Owens Episode: "A Time to Mourn"
1976–1977 Family Salina Magee Episode: "A Special Kind of Loving"
Episode: "Such Sweet Sorrow"
Episode: "The Cradle Will Fall"
Episode: "Comings and Goings"
1977 Starsky & Hutch Terry Roberts Episode: "Starsky's Lady"
1977 SST: Death Flight Anne Redding TV movie
1977 Westside Medical Nan Cousins Episode: "The Sound of Sunlight"
1977 Kojak Sister Maria Episode: "Sister Maria"
1977 Visions Sara Blakemore Episode: "All I Could See from Where I Stood"
1978 Loose Change Tanya Berenson TV miniseries
1979 Elvis Priscilla Presley TV movie
1979 Mrs. R's Daughter Ellie Pruitt TV movie
1983 A Caribbean Mystery Molly Kendall TV movie
1984 The Three Wishes of Billy Grier Phyllis TV movie
1985 The Key to Rebecca Elene Fontana TV movie
1985 The Twilight Zone Carol Shelton Episode: "Little Boy Lost"
1985 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Lena Trent Episode: "Final Escape"
1986 Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense Cora Berlaine Episode: "Black Carrion"
1986 Under the Influence Ann Talbot Simpson TV movie
1986 Christmas Dove Melissa TV movie
1987 The Hitchhiker Miranda Episode: "Cabin Fever"
1988 Shakedown on the Sunset Strip Officer Audre Davis TV movie
1988 Blue Skies Annie Pfeiffer Cobb TV series
1990 Unspeakable Acts Jackie Harrison TV movie
1990 Murder, She Wrote Marla Bryce Episode: "If the Shoe Fits"
1990 Child in the Night Valerie TV movie
1990 Vestige of Honor Marilyn TV movie
1991 CBS Schoolbreak Special Barbara McBride Episode: "But He Loves Me"
1992 Steel Justice Gina Morelli TV movie
1992–1994 All My Children Angelique Voynitzheva Marick TV series
1996 No One Would Tell Rita Thompson TV movie
1996 Humanoids from the Deep (film) Timmys Mother TV movie
1998 Beverly Hills, 90210 Ms. Evans Episode: "Law and Disorder"
1998 Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror Lilly's Mother Video
1999 Flipper Sarah Gorban Episode: "Wreck of the Zephyr"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Season Hubley profile, filmreference.com; accessed December 5, 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Bobby Jo and the Big Apple Good Time Band (CBS unsold pilot)". TV Archives : Unsold Pilots. March 31, 1972.
  3. ^ a b Anderson, Nancy (May 5, 1985). "Season's career springs to life". The Evening News. Newburgh, NY. Copley News Service. p. 2E. Retrieved July 17, 2015.
  4. ^ a b c "Season Hubley". TVGuide.com. TV Guide. Retrieved April 19, 2020.

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