Jo Ann Pflug

Long before the Hollywood big-budget movie versions of "The Fantastic Four" comic, there was a 1967-69 animated TV series version, with Jo Ann Pflug providing the voice of Susan "Storm" Richards alongside the voices of ... Read more »
Born: 05/01/1947

Filmography

Actor (19)

Traveller 1997 (Movie)

Boss Jack's Wife (Actor)

The King of Jazz 1989 - 1990 (TV Show)

Actor

The Fall Guy 1981 - 1986 (TV Show)

Actor

Rituals 1984 - 1985 (TV Show)

Actor

Nuts and Bolts 1980 - 1981 (TV Show)

Actor

Candid Camera 1974 - 1980 (TV Show)

Actor

The New Operation Petticoat 1978 - 1979 (TV Show)

Actor

Burt and the Girls 1973 - 1974 (TV Show)

Actor

Where Does It Hurt? 1972 (Movie)

Alice Gilligan (Actor)

Catlow 1970 (Movie)

Christina (Actor)

M*A*S*H 1970 (Movie)

Lieutenant Dish (Actor)

The Fantastic Four 1966 - 1970 (TV Show)

Voice

A Step Out of Line (TV Show)

Actor

Nick and Nora (TV Show)

Actor

Scream of the Wolf (TV Show)

Actor

The Day the Women Got Even (TV Show)

Actor

The Night Strangler (TV Show)

Actor

The Underground Man (TV Show)

Actor

They Call It Murder (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Long before the Hollywood big-budget movie versions of "The Fantastic Four" comic, there was a 1967-69 animated TV series version, with Jo Ann Pflug providing the voice of Susan "Storm" Richards alongside the voices of Gerald Mohr, Paul Frees, and Jack Flounders. Pflug's other big TV series role came two decades later, on the 1981-1982 (first) season of the Lee Majors action drama "The Fall Guy". As is the case with many actors, Pflug is also famous for some of the roles she turned down. She passed on both the Bonnie Franklin mom part in "One Day at a Time" and the Valerie Perrine supporting role in the 1972 film adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse Five". She later walked away from her Hollywood career in favor of a new life as a born-again Christian and leader of motivational seminars. She is also remembered fondly for her 10-episode turn as Lieutenant Katherine O'Hara on the 1977-1979 submarine set comedy series "Operation Petticoat" and for a similar turn as Lieutenant Dish in the Robert Altman 1970 classic war commentary, "MASH".

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