Actress and Author Kathryn Leigh Scott

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ACTRESS & AUTHOR KATHRYN LEIGH SCOTT

Featuring guest cohost Steve Schneickert, actor and Big Blend Radio’s Hollywood History podcaster, this episode of Big Blend Radio welcomes legendary “Dark Shadows” actress and author Kathryn Leigh Scott. Listen here in the YouTube player or download the podcast on PodBean.


Kathryn Leigh Scott is best known for her roles in “Dark Shadows” (1966), “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1987) and “The Great Gatsby” (1974). “Dark Shadows” was an American gothic soap opera that aired weekdays on the ABC television network, from 1966, to 1971. The show depicted the lives, loves, trials, and tribulations of the wealthy Collins family of Collinsport, Maine, where several supernatural occurrences take place. The series generated two full-length motion pictures “House Of Dark Shadows” (1970) and “Night Of Dark Shadows” (1971).

In 1986, Scott founded Pomegranate Press, which published her books about “Dark Shadows,” as well as other books authored by her, including “The Bunny Years,” about the 25-year history of Playboy Bunnies, and coffee table books on film art. Pomegranate Press has also published books by other authors, mainly nonfiction entertainment titles. Today, she continues to work as an actress and writer. More: https://www.kathrynleighscott.com/

Kathryn Leigh Scott (Maggie Evans/Josette DuPres) and David Selby (Quentin Collins) will reunite for a live reading of O. Henry’s classic Christmas short story, “The Gift of the Magi,” first published in 1905. Todd Feldstein’s Smartphone Theatre will present the live production, directed by Patrick McCray, and featuring original music composed for piano and played by seventeen-year-old music prodigy, Christian Mirochnikoff. Watch “The Gift of the Magi” on Sunday, Dec. 18th 5PM PT/8PM ET or later on-demand on YouTube: https://youtu.be/t8tLu8oNEEM

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In 1986, Scott founded Pomegranate Press, which published her books about “Dark Shadows,” as well as other books authored by her, including “The Bunny Years,” about the 25-year history of Playboy Bunnies, and coffee table books on film art.

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