Jill Whelan
 
Jill Whelan's love of theatre began at the young age of 7 when a summer theatre program introduced her to acting. She then performed in many musical theatre productions and was California Little Miss. After sending her own school picture to a San Francisco Talent Agency, she did a number of national commercials and, at the age of 11, starred in her first T.V. series. After her show ended, she filmed "Airplane" and guested on a number of T.V. shows. She then landed the role of "Vicki" on the "Love Boat," which ran 10 years. Throughout that time she also starred in many musical productions during her hiatus, and hosted many "Variety club" telethons. During her career, she has had the honor working with legendary performers like Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Carol Channing, Ethel Merman and many others! Jill worked with Nancy Reagan as she originated the "Just Say No!" anti drug campaign. She sang at the White House for the Reagans and the Bushes'. Her first marriage produced her fabulous son Harrison, the light of her life. She has now found a wonderful man named Michael and will soon become his wife and stepmom to his terrific son Michael. She looks forward to continuing her career in film, television, and theatre and enjoying her family.


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