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Saint James married aspiring writer-director Richard Neubert at age 21, but the marriage lasted only a year.
She was married a second time in 1971, to Thomas Lucas, a makeup artist.
Saint James provided a measure of series continuity by appearing as a research assistant at various times to all three.
She appeared in approximately half the episodes, usually in a supporting role, although her Peggy Maxwell was the primary character in the second-season episode "The King of Denmark," alongside Franciosa's "Jeff Dillon".
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In 1987, the founding vision for the Singles Under Sail ( (SUS) club was to get single boat owners and crew members together for the purpose of going sailing.
Members’ experience levels are from novice to "blue water" and we place strong emphasis on formal and informal learning when it comes to safety & seamanship. https:// SUS club is a Connecticut-registered, non-profit organization.
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After other film ventures failed to establish her, she returned to television, starring in the comedy series Kate & Allie opposite Jane Curtin from 1984 until 1989.Saint James left the show due to a contract dispute, but went on to further her career as an actress in feature films, such as co-starring with Peter Fonda in the film Outlaw Blues (1977).She achieved significant success in the vampire comedy Love at First Bite (1979) and followed up with a role in the comedy How to Beat the High Cost of Living (1980), co-starring Jessica Lange and Jane Curtin.She received three more Emmy Award nominations for this role.Saint James was a celebrity guest commentator for the World Wrestling Federation's Wrestle Mania 2 event in 1986 along with Vince Mc Mahon.
This led to a recurring role playing a new character, Charlene "Chuck" Brown, Alexander Mundy's fellow thief and "casual" love interest.