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Rhonda Coullet Biography (1945-)
Born September 23, 1945, in Magnolia, AR; daughter of Horace Oglesby and Cecil (Hudson) Coullet. Addresses: Home--Box 99, R.R. 2, Haverly Hollow Rd., Berne, NY 12023-9503.
- Birth Details
- September 23, 1945
- Magnolia, Arkansas, United States
Credits; Stage Appearances
- Lead, National Lampoon's Lemmings, Village Gate Theatre, New York City, 1973.
- Rosamond, The Robber Bridegroom, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1976.
- Fay Apple, Anyone Can Whistle, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Stockbridge, MA, 1981.
- Hallie, A Walk on the Wild Side, Musical Theatre Works, New York City, 1988.
- Vera Sanders, Smoke on the Mountain, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1989.
- Josie and the Women of Tombstone, Berkshire Theatre Festival, 1997.
- Also appeared as Jeanie, Hair, Los Angeles, CA; Prudie, Pump Boys and Dinettes, NY; Blanche, Shot Thru the Heart, NY; Frances, Frances Farmer, Pennsylvania Stage Festival; standby for Gilda Radner, National Lampoon Revue, NY; and in the company, Jesus Christ, Superstar, NY.
Credits; Stage Work
- Choreographer for Jesus Christ, Superstar, Scandinavian tour; Hair, restaged for U.S. and Scandinavian tours.
Credits; Film Appearances
- This Is Spinal Tap, Embassy, 1984.
- Also appeared as Princess Wahini, Mr. Mike's Mondo Video.
Credits; Television Appearances
- Appeared on Saturday Night Live, NBC; and Video Tribute to John Belushi.
Credits; Radio Appearances
- Appeared in comedy roles, The National Lampoon Radio Hour.
- (With National Lampoon) That's Not Funny, That's Sick, 1977.
- (With National Lampoon) Greatest Hits, 1978.
- Performed on original cast recording, The Robber Bridegroom; background vocals for two Meatloaf albums, Bat Out of Hell and Deadringer; background vocals, Jimmy Buffet's Riddles in the Sand; comedy roles, with National Lampoon:White House Missing Tapes, White Album, and Goodbye Pop; also appeared withCowgirls, Cowgirls.
- Wrote song Bigger Than Both of Us, performed by Jimmy Buffet; has also composed over one hundred songs as well as movie soundtracks, television background for Saturday Night Live, and jingles heard on Sesame Street and CaptainKangaroo.
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