TV-Entertainment Review: November 22-23, 1975
by unknown

 

Anne Lockhart, who guest starred in the Happy Days episode, Three on a Porch, represents the fourth generation of the famous Lockhart acting family.

The first Lockhart to tread the boards was Anne's great-grandfather, John Coates Lockhart, an English-music hall entertainer who had the distinction of performing before the King of England.

Anne's grandfather and grandmother - the late Gene Lockhart and his wife, Kathleen - appeared in many New York stage productions and numerous films.

June Lockhart, Anne's mother, has appeared in scores of movies and television programs and theatrical productions. Anne, who has been acting since the age of four, recalls that one of the happiest periods of her life was when she and her mother toured the United States together appearing in the plays, Forty Carats (as mother and daughter) and Butterflies Are Free.

Are there any more Lockharts waiting in the wings?

"My younger sister, June Elizabeth." Anne confides, "is a student at the University of Southern California, majoring in guess what - theater arts."