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Judy Strangis

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Judy Strangis is a Los Angeles based actress who is best known for her TV roles in Room 222 and Electra Woman and Dyna Girl.


Strangis' first appearance was in the 1957 movie Dragoon Wells Massacre, which she appeared in when she was seven. For the next 27 years, she was regularly cast in small and guest starring roles in television shows.

In 1969, Judy was cast as high school student, Helen Loomis, in the popular ABC show Room 222. She played this role for four years.

In 1976, she was cast as the sidekick super heroine Judy/DynaGirl in the Saturday morning TV show Electra Woman and Dyna Girl where she played opposite soap star Deidre Hall. To date, this is Judy's most famous role and has achieved her cult stature amongst Krofft fans. Her nephew, writer/producer Greg Strangis, wrote two episodes in this series.

Other appearances she is known for include roles in her uncle’s show, The Twilight Zone, and Bewitched. She was also cast as a teenage extra twice on Batman, where her brother, Sam Strangis, was a production manager. And in 1984 she guest starred in an episode of The A-Team titled In Plane Sight.

Strangis began doing voice-overs in Saturday morning cartoons in 1972 with William Hanna and Joseph Barbera's The Roman Holidays, as well as Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch in 1974 and continued performing cartoon voices-overs for the next 10 years for series including Goldie Gold and Action Jack, Saturday Supercade and MoonDreamers.

From 1974 to 1975, Strangis was a pitchwoman for Chrysler Corporation in the role of "Mean Mary Jean". Wearing a football jersey and short denim hot-pants, she promoted the Plymouth "Duster" and "Road Runner" vehicle lines and often appeared at Chrysler promotions and auto shows around the country.

In 1976, Judy became a pitchwoman for Mattell's Barbie product line.

 personal life
Strangis is the niece of famous band leader and comedian, Spike Jones and the sister of notable producer and director Sam Strangis (Batman , The Brady Bunch, The Odd Couple, The Six Million Dollar Man). Judy was married in 1987.

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