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It’s A Family Affair! Kathy Garver Shares Her “Cissy” Memories

June 30, 2014
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nancy_whine_at_9HO 21She portrayed one of the most cheerful and cutest teenagers on prime time, so when I had the opportunity to chat with Family Affair’s (1966-1971) Kathy Garver for my podcast Whine At 9, I was excited to get the backstory. The accomplished actress and prolific voice over artist is as charming and upbeat as her alter ego Cissy. From Uncle Bill and Mr. French to Buffy and Jody and life beyond the beloved sitcom, we covered plenty of fascinating topics. Listen to the conversation on iTunes, here on Stitcher Radio, or on Whine At 9.

Teaser: At the age of 6, Kathy Garver was cast as a slave girl in an epic film that continues to get significant air time every year.

Dr. Nancy Berk

Dr. Nancy Berk is a clinical psychologist, columnist and award-winning humorist who puts life on the couch for a laugh. A stand-up comic armed with a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University and the skills of a therapist, professor and researcher, she’s been described as “Dr. Phil meets Tina Fey.” Ironically, her book COLLEGE BOUND AND GAGGED: How to Help Your Kid Get into a Great College without Losing Your Savings, Your Relationship, or Your Mind, landed in the 2012 feature film Admission starring Tina Fey. Nancy’s popular podcast Whine At 9, and Showbiz Analysis, her weekly online entertainment column for Parade Magazine, showcase the world of television, film, music and pop culture. A frequent contributor to Chicken Soup For The Soul, she is a blogger for The Huffington Post and USA TODAY College.

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