Virginia Hawkins

Though she's best-known for her performance as a loyal housemaid on the primetime soap opera "Dynasty," Virginia Hawkins enjoyed many other memorable roles throughout her long career. She broke into TV in the '70s as a ... Read more »

Filmography

Actor (20)

Prophet of Evil: The Ervil LeBaron Story 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)

Actor

Ladies on Sweet Street 1989 - 1990 (TV Show)

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Dynasty 1980 - 1989 (TV Show)

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Lucan 1976 - 1977 (TV Show)

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Medical Center 1969 - 1976 (TV Show)

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Adam's Rib 1973 - 1974 (TV Show)

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Alex in Wonderland 1970 (Movie)

Secretary (Actor)

Cycle Savages 1970 (Movie)

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A Different Affair (TV Show)

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Bitter Vengeance (TV Show)

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Down, Out & Dangerous (TV Show)

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Dynasty: The Reunion (TV Show)

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Hawkins on Murder (TV Show)

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Hearts Adrift (TV Show)

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High Midnight (TV Show)

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Highway Heartbreaker (TV Show)

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In the Deep Woods (TV Show)

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Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole (TV Show)

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Shattered Dreams (TV Show)

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When She Was Bad... (TV Show)

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Biography

Though she's best-known for her performance as a loyal housemaid on the primetime soap opera "Dynasty," Virginia Hawkins enjoyed many other memorable roles throughout her long career. She broke into TV in the '70s as a kindly floor nurse on the pioneering drama "Medical Center," which won numerous awards for its portrayal of complicated ethical and medical issues, and soon became a regular supporting player on detective series like "Cannon" (precursor of the popular geriatric mystery show "Barnaby Jones") and Angie Dickinson's "Police Woman." She appeared in the TV movie "High Midnight," about one man's quest for revenge against a ruthless narcotics officer, and played the icy secretary of a Hollywood executive in the existential drama "Alex in Wonderland." In 1981, Hawkins was cast on the night-time soap "Dynasty" as Jeanette Robbins, the sweet-natured house servant of the wealthy Carrington family. She portrayed Robbins, a close friend of family matriarch Krystle (Linda Evans), until the series ended in '89, and she later reprised her role in the TV movie "Dynasty: The Reunion."

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