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“We sat in the kitchen, and he made me a proper cup of tea.
He heated the teapot first,” recalls Kathleen dreamily. I just sat there and thought, ‘Uh oh, I’m falling in love.’ ” That lucky Friday-the-13th date led to a string of not-so-brief encounters. Dolby has been making music since his childhood in London and Oxford, where his parents were teachers.
“I’m insecure, and sometimes I just feel like I’m really ugly,” she says.
The daughter of a psychiatric social worker and a retired math teacher-jazz pianist, Beller grew up in suburban New York and decided to become an actress after watching an episode of The Brady Bunch. I’d rather do that than baby-sit.’ ” The 14-year-old Beller’s search for early financial independence led to a job in a Mars Bar commercial after only three days of pavement pounding. There, Beller played the title role in ABC’s Emmy award-winning Mary White in 1977, appeared in such feature films as The Betsy, Promises in the Dark and Fort Apache, the Bronx and did a two-season term of duty as the majordomo’s daughter on Dynasty before landing in The Bronx Zoo, where, she says, she’s finally happy as an actress after years of frustration.
“I felt like acting had turned into convincing men whom I didn’t like that I wanted to play characters I didn’t like,” she says.
“Kathleen was the first Yank lady I’d met who was dark and mysterious.” “Me? One February afternoon in 1987 Dolby walked in on his friend and collaborator Grant Morris, who was on a blind date with Beller.
After Dolby walked out, Kathleen says, “I was thinking to myself, ‘Hmmm.
“I love watching the two of them together,” says actor Jerry Levine, who as math teacher Matthew Littman lusts after Beller on Zoo. If you ask about her, you’re going to hear what’s doing with Thomas.
And vice versa.” Such full-scale support is probably just the thing for Kathleen’s peculiar combination of shyness and gumption.
Beller returned after six months with the self-confidence to weather rejection.