Corrine Conley made a guest appearance in the episode titled "Julio and Sister and Nephew" in Season 4.
|Born:||May 23, 1929|
|Birthplace:||Radford, Virginia, U.S.|
|Actress and Voice artist|
|Spouse(s):||Bonar Stuart, ?-present|
|Related to:||Two sons: Anthony (born 1954) and Curtis (born 1958)|
|Appeared on/ |
|Sanford and Son|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Julio and Sister and Nephew"in Season 4|
|Character(s) played:||Lady customer|
Corrinne Conley a.k.a. Corinne Conley-Stuart (born May 23, 1929) appears as a customer who seeks to buy a lamp in the Sanford and Son episode titled "Julio and Sister and Nephew" in Season 4.
A veteran actress of nearly six decades , Corinne is well known for her television work; for nine seasons she appeared on the long-running NBC daytime soap opera The Days of Our Lives in the role of Phyllis Anderson, from 1973-82. In addition to her appearnce on Sanford and Son, Corrinne has, over the years made guest appearances on many other TV series, such as Hogan's Heroes, That Girl, The F.B.I., The New Dick Van Dyke Show, CHIPs, and Quincy. As a voice over actress, she provided the voice of the doll in the CBS-TV holiday classic animated program Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
Personal and FamilyEdit
A resident of Canada since 1985, Corrine continues to act there, appearing in local and repretory theatre projects there, where she resides with her longtime husband, actor/producer Bonar Stuart. They have two grown sons, Anthony and Curtis.