For nearly four decades Jaclyn Smith has held the public’s interest as an award winning actress, a designer and a role model. She loves her family, her home, gardening, Tchaikovsky, baseball, “Gone with the Wind”, her mother’s cooking – and her dogs. She manages her life and legendary career with grace and style.
Notably, Jaclyn has compiled an impressive filmography of more than 50 films and TV appearances. In 1989 Jaclyn was honored with a star on the world famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. Jaclyn co-starred in the CBS drama, “The District” portraying DA Vanessa Cavanaugh, has appeared on episodes of “Faith and Hope” and stared as Judge Kay Woodbury in Hallmark’s production of “Ordinary Miracles”, which aired in May 2005. Her show stopping appearance on the 2006 Emmy telecast led Bravo TV’s producers to cast Jaclyn as the celebrity host of Bravo’s weekly competitive reality series, “Shear Genius”, which aired in March, 2007. and Season 2 in June 2008. More recently Jaclyn appeared on NBC’s ‘Law and Order SVU’ CBS’s ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ and in Hallmark’s new movie “Bridal Waves”.
In 1985 Jaclyn entered the business world with the introduction of her collection of women’s apparel and accessories for Kmart stores. She pioneered the concept of celebrities developing their own Brands rather than merely endorsing others. Since that time more than 100 million women have purchased clothing or accessories bearing her name. Awareness of the Jaclyn Smith name and brand by women 35-60 years of age is currently higher than 80% making her one of the best recognized people in America. Industry authority Woman’s Wear Daily reported that the signature Jaclyn Smith line had the highest consumer awareness of any private label apparel brand in the country.
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