Donna Dixon

Donna Dixon

Well-proportioned blonde actress Donna Dixon was originally a pre-med student a George Washington University. After modelling experience, she was cast in the Tom Hanks/Peter Scolari sitcom Bosom Buddies in 1980. She was the second wife of comic actor Dan Ackroyd, with whom she appeared in Dr. Detroit (1983) and Spies Like Us (1985). While most of her appearances in the past decade have been on the big screen, Donna Dixon did have a recurring role as a sexy Swedish immigrant on the 1986 syndicated TV series What a Country!Source: movies.yahoo.com
It's so difficult. Sometimes if I have dessert, I think, 'Well, I blew it.' That's something I need to work on and control. But still there's nothing like a buffet.More Donna Dixon quotes [09/22/2011 04:09:04]
I'm very hard on myself because I know how good my body can look. Dorie has taught me to use less weight and more repetition so I don't become too muscular.More Donna Dixon quotes [09/22/2011 04:09:59]
But I've lost parts because of my looks. I auditioned to star with Richard Dreyfuss in 'The Buddy System.' The producers said no one would believe he would leave me for another woman. They just couldn't see me with him.More Donna Dixon quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
I play Dr. Karen Boyer in 'Spies Like Us.' She's strong, intelligent and dedicated and just happens to be beautiful.More Donna Dixon quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
I love Nautilus and stretching. The results are immediate, and that gives me the motivation to continue.More Donna Dixon quotes [09/22/2011 04:09:50]

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