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birth date:
November 12, 1954

birth place:
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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Rhonda is best known as host of USA network's Up All Night.

Rhonda Shear has appeared in a wide variety of films including; Tender Loving Care (1995), Frogtown II (1993), Spaceballs (1987) and Basic Training (1985).


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. Rhonda Shear

Basic Training (1985)

Title: Basic Training
Released: 1985
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 88 min
Country: USA
Language: English

Tagline: The comedy that takes the lid off the Pentagon.

Plot Summary: Melinda comes to Washington DC to visit her friend Debbie, and to find a job in government, where she hopes to do her part to make it better. She gets a lower echelon administrative position at the Pentagon, and finds things pretty slack. Her boss seems to be more interested in getting into her pants than trying to find lost data on the Russians. Melinda resists his advances and begins working her way up in the Pentagon, finding subtle ways of getting her policies implemented by manipulating the slovenly males that populate the Pentagon, including finding a way to defuse the mounting conflict with the Russians.


Scene Description: Rhonda Shear having sex with a guy.

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Trivia
Miss Louisiana 1978

B.A. in Communications from Loyola University celebrity spokesperson for the Los Angeles Chapter of the United Scleroderma Foundation

Married her high school sweetheart Van Fagan on January 11, 2001 just a few months after finding each other on Classmates.com.

Was hired by actor Wally George to play one of his guest loonies on his TV talk show, before she became hostess of the "USA Up All Night" series.

Measurements: 35-22-35 (as Miss Louisianna), 36D-25-36 (1997), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)

Size 7 feet.

Was hired by actor Wally George to play one of his guest loonies on his TV talk show, before she became hostess of the "USA Up All Night" series.


Personal quotes

"My personality is is sort of 'Lucy-ish' -- there is always something askew, like toilet paper hanging off the back of my shoe."

"The problem is that I'm this nice girl trapped in this bad girl's body!"


Rhonda Shear - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)


Prison-A-Go-Go! (2003) .... Jackpot
"Love Bytes" (2001) TV Series .... Comedian

Desperation Boulevard (1998)
Earth Minus Zero (1996)
Tender Loving Care (1995/I) .... Gretchen
Assault of the Party Nerds 2: The Heavy Petting Detective (1995) .... Tina
... aka Assault of the Party Nerds 2: The Class Reunion (1995) (USA)
... aka Assault of the Party Nerds II (1995) (USA: short title)
"GMTV" (1993) TV Series .... Hollywood Reporter (1993-)
Frogtown II (1993) .... Fuzzy
... aka Hell Comes to Frogtown II (1993) (USA: video title)
... aka Return to Frogtown (1993)
Legend of the Rollerblade 7, The (1992) .... Officer Daryl Skates
Roller Blade Seven, The (1991) .... Officer Daryl Skates

Spaceballs (1987) .... Woman in Diner
Basic Training (1985) .... Debbie
... aka Up the Military (1985) (UK)
Doin' Time (1985) .... Adrianne
Party Games for Adults Only (1984)
Galaxina (1980) .... Mime/Robot

J.D.'s Revenge (1976) .... 1942 Girl


Rhonda Shear - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"Ask Rita" (2003) playing "Herself" 24 March 2003
"Unhappily Ever After" (1995) playing "Beggar Spice" in episode: "The Chaste Makes Waste" (episode # 4.15) 1 February 1998
"Duckman" (1994) playing "Herself" (voice) in episode: "The Once and Future Duck" (episode # 3.12) 13 April 1996
"Howard Stern Show, The" (1994) playing "Herself" 28 July 1995
"Silk Stalkings" (1991) playing "Cindy Blaine" in episode: "Killer Cop" (episode # 3.12) 9 January 1994
"Doctor Doctor" (1989) playing "Miss Woonsocket" in episode: "Sleeping Sickness" (episode # 3.14) 3 January 1991
"Married... with Children" (1987) playing "Brenda" in episode: "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" (episode # 5.9) 18 November 1990
"Full House" (1987/I) playing "Adult Kimmy" in episode: "Those Better Not Be the Days" (episode # 3.19) 19 March 1990
"Cheers" (1982) playing "Sydney" in episode: "The Bartender's Tale" (episode # 3.23) 18 April 1985
"Dukes of Hazzard, The" (1979) playing "Flossie" in episode: "Cooter's Confession" (episode # 6.21) 9 March 1984
"A-Team, The" (1983) in episode: "A Small and Deadly War" (episode # 1.5) 15 February 1983
"Fall Guy, The" (1981) playing "Mollie" in episode: "Death Boat" (episode # 2.13) 2 February 1983
"Hart to Hart" (1979) playing "Eva" in episode: "Pounding Harts" (episode # 4.13) 18 January 1983
"CHiPs" (1977) playing "Jill" in episode: "This Year's Riot" (episode # 6.7) 28 November 1982
"Happy Days" (1974) playing "Michelle" in episode: "Joanie Busts Out" (episode # 7.9) 13 November 1979