Meredith Baxter Biography
Birthday: June 21, 1947 (Gemini)
Born In: South Pasadena, California
Meredith Baxter is a well-known American actress and producer. Best known for her works on television, she has acted in important roles in TV series such as ‘Family’ and ‘Family Ties’. She has been nominated for the Emmy Awards five times in her career so far. She began her career with a guest role in the TV series ‘The Young Lawyers’. Soon, she played her first important role in the TV series ‘Bridgette Loves Bernie’. A few years later, her popularity grew after she played one of the main roles in the TV drama series ‘Family’. She has also acted in numerous films. Her important works on the big screen include a supporting role the political thriller ‘All the President’s Men’. The film told the story of how two journalists exposed the Watergate scandal which eventually led to the resignation of US President Richard Nixon. The film was nominated for several Oscars, out of which it won four. Other films she has appeared in include ‘Paradise, Texas’ and ‘Airline Disaster’. The latter starred her in the lead role. Other than acting, Baxter also co-hosted the NBC morning news and talk show ‘Today’ for some time. As a survivor of breast cancer, she has also created a skin-care line named Meredith Baxter Simple Works. It raises funds for her breast cancer research foundation.