Morgan Fairchild Biography
Morgan Fairchild then moved to Los Angeles and starred in the television series, Harold Robbins 79 Park Avenue, as well as appeared in one episode of Dallas in 1978. She also starred opposite Robin Williams in Mork and Mindy. It was her performance as Constance Weldon Carlyle on the soap opera, Flamingo Road, which catapulted her to celebrity stardom. Although Flamingo Road was cancelled after two seasons, she was now well known to the public for her acting prowess. It was also Flamingo Road that garnered Morgan Fairchild a Golden Globe nomination.
Morgan Fairchild starred in the silver screen for The Seduction where she played a sexy vixen, before returning to the small screen in Paper Dolls. She made a name for herself as a soap opera queen, then moving on to Falcon Crest, a nighttime soap. Morgan Fairchilds roles were usually the bitchy and seductive, sometimes cold-hearted protagonist in her soaps. She also starred in a television movie, North and South, in 1985.
She also starred in other stage productions such as Geniuses, Goodbye Charlie, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Morgan Fairchild did a number of appearances on television shows and television movies in the nineties, such as The Paradise at the End of the Mountain, Based on an Untrue Story, The City, Dead Mans Island, Star Command, General Hospital, I Was A Teenage Faust, Hes a Lady, But Can They Sing, and Fashion House.
Morgan Fairchild is said to have been dating Mark Seiler, an executive for a company, for about 20 years. She is also active in the political scene, being proactive about saving the environment. Morgan Fairchild has helped lay the building blocks for the Environmental Communications Office, and is also a board member of the Hollywood Womens Political Committee. She is not only a very versatile actress but has put her fame to good use in encouraging environmental and political awareness.