TERESA GRAVES BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:
Teresa Graves was born on January 10th, 1948 in Houston, Texas. She got her start in show business as a member of a singing group called, The Doddletown Pipers. She later on became involved in acting and had regular roles on, "Our Place" (1967) and "Turn On" (1969). She was also a regular on "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" (1969-1970) and also worked on a number of films such as, "That Man Bolt" (1973), "Black Eye" (1974) and "Old Drac" (1975)
Graves also starred on the television show, "Get Christie Love" (1974-1975) and retired from the industry shortly afterwards choosing to focus in 1983 on her involvement with Jehovah's Witnesses. She spent the remainder of her life living in Hyde park in Los Angeles California and cared for her ailing mother.
At the age of fifty two she passed away in a tragic house fire on October 10th, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. Graves married only once in 1977 to William D.Reddick but it is unknown for how long the couple stayed together and she never had any children of her own.
1974 Vampira Countess
1974-1975 Get Christie Love!
1973 The Rookies
1973 That Man Bolt
1973 Easy Money
1972 The New Dick Van Dyke Show
1972 Keeping Up with the Joneses
1971 The Funny Side
1969-1970 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
1968 The Red Skelton Hour
1968 The Pied-Eyed Piper
1975 Old Drac
1974 Black Eye