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Teresa Ganzel

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Teresa Ganzel is an actress, comedienne, and cartoon voice-over actress.


Teresa Ganzel was best known as a recurring cast member of The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson, having replaced the late Carol Wayne as the Matinee Lady in the popular "Mighty Carson Art Players" skits. She often played ditzy busty blonde bimbo roles, as in the 1982 film The Toy with Jackie Gleason and Richard Pryor, in the Married... with Children episode "A Three Job, No Income Family" and National Lampoon's Movie Madness.

Ganzel was a frequent game show celebrity in the 1980s, particularly on the $25,000 and $100,000 incarnations of Pyramid, and a recurring celebrity on the 1986–1989 version of Hollywood Squares.

In her later years, she has had several voice-over roles on cartoons, animated movies, and series. In 2010, Ganzel played a principal role in the Off-Broadway production of Viagara Falls, after appearing in the same role, Jacqueline Tempest, in productions of the play staged in other cities.

 personal life
Teresa Ganzel is the sister of producer Mark Ganzel. She has also been known as Terese Ganzel or Terry Ganzel.

She has been married to Richard Davis from January 17, 2004 to the present.

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