Linda has been in several series, including "Conrad Bloom" and the charming "Room for Two". She has co-starred in several movies, such as The Ring, Whitewash, and I Want to Go Home. On stage, however, she performed in the play "The Tale of The Allergists Wife," which was a Broadway success, and was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Actress in a play. Linda's also been in "The Diary of Anne Frank," "Gypsy," and "Broadway Bound," since she left the series. She will be playing Jennifer Lopez's "Nana" in "The Back-Up Plan,” a romantic comedy from CBS Films that is scheduled for release in 2010. Linda's also tried her hand at producing and directing. In 1997, she founded the Linda Lavin Foundation for the Arts, based in Wilmington, NC. She currently co-owns "Red Barn Studio," a popular small threatre in Wilmington, NC, where she produces, directs and performs in it's plays.
Beth has been in "Terrible Things My Mother Told Me" and several other telefilms. She's done several guest appearances, including those on "Chicken Soup for the Soul," "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" and "Murder She Wrote, as well as a reunion special of the Broadway play, "Company."
Philip has been in a few movies, though he hasn't been seen much in the industry as an actor since 1985. Three post-"Alice" movies include: "Goulies IV," "Red Surf," and "Return to Horror High." He is a successful director, with numerous credits to his name.
After "Alice," Polly starred in the spin-off series, "Flo." She then had roles in other TV series including "The Client," "Stir Crazy," and "Private Benjamin." Her movie credits after "Alice"include "Gremlins," "The Parent Trap," "Mr. Wrong," and "Mrs. Doubtfire." She also has several stage credits, including "Arsenic and Old Lace." She recently finished John Guare's "A Few Stout Individuals," where she played Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant.
Diane Ladd has had an extensive filmography in movies, including Christy, The Movie, 28 Days, Redemption of the Ghost, Primary Colors, Citizen Ruth, Father Hood, Wild Heart, Black Widow, Best Actress, Carnosaur, and Sweetwater. She also has appeared in the miniseries "Cold Lazurus."
Celia's been in several movies and has done some guest appearances, including a spot on "E.R." Her previous movie credits include "Out of Order," "Far From Heaven," "Flirting With Disaster," "Hearts in Atlantis" and "Dead Man Walking."
Charles has been in several movies, including A Civil Action, Immediate Family, The Couch Trip, and The Man With One Red Shoe. He's also been in several TV series. Charles Levin made guest appearances on shows such as Law and Order, The Crew, Murphy Brown, Seinfeld, Designing Women, The Golden Girls and Night Court.
Marvin Kaplan ("Henry"):
Marvin is well-known as a character actor, but he also has an extensive movie and television career as well. He now does commercials and basically is retired, though an occassional appearance on television or a cameo in a movie is not unlikely. Marvin also is very much into voice work.
Though Dave first became famous as Reuben Kincaid on The Partridge Family, he is also known as Earl on ALICE. His wife, Sandy Madden, is a popular romance novelist. Dave's latest work was The Curse of Monkey Island, in which he did voice-over work.
Martha Raye ("Carrie")
Martha, a 1940's movie legend, famous for saying "I'm a bad, bad, girl," passed away on October 19, 1994. She did many movies before her ALICE days. After the series ended, she was in a telefilm of Lewis Carroll's sequel to Alice In Wonderland, called Through The Looking Glass, which featured many television and movie greats. That film is now very collectible. She also has several post-ALICE credits, including Circus of the Stars #7.
Soon after Victoria left ALICE, she co-starred in the series Small and Frye and Monochinis. In the mid-80's, she started doing voice-overs for two of the sequels to Scooby Doo, as well as the series Wildfire. Recent credits include a 1996 Christmas telefilm, The Story of Santa Claus.