An attractive model-turned-actress, Shelley Hack is perhaps best-known for a brief stint as one of TV's "Charlie's Angels" (ABC, 1979-80). She later co-starred with Alec Baldwin in the short-lived medical drama "Cutter to Houston" (CBS, 1983) and in the sitcom "Jack and Mike" (ABC, 1986-87). She has continued to appear in TV-movies of middling quality.
Hack made her film debut as one of the "shallow" lovers accosted on the street by Woody Allen in "Annie Hall" (1976). Her subsequent film roles have been in mostly genre fare, although she was featured in Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy" (1983) and scored as the wife of a psychopath in Joseph Ruben's "The Stepfather" (1987).