Savannah Smith Boucher is an actress and producer, known for her appearances on Remington Steele (1982), The Long Riders (1980) and Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1996).
Date of birth
Savannah Smith Boucher was born on October 28, 1943 in Springhill, Louisiana, U.S.
Her younger sister, Sherry Boucher, is a former actress who was the third wife of actor George Peppard.
Details regarding her education are not yet known.
She was previously married to William Stover.
Not yet established.
Though she is two years older than her sister, Savannah’s film debut did not occur until 1979, when she was thirty-six. By then a life member of The Actors Studio, she and her sister appeared together that year with Peppard in the film Five Days from Home. Thereafter, Sherry's roles receded, as Savannah’s increased. That same year, Savannah appeared in the role of Joanne Rodney in Nick Nolte's North Dallas Forty.
In 1980, she appeared as Tanya Sinclair in an episode of the ABC detective series Vega$, with the late Robert Urich. That same year, she played "Zee" (for Zerelda) in the western film The Long Riders, based loosely on the bandit Jesse James.
In 1982, she appeared as Addie Burnett in "A Night at the Red Ox" in the NBC western series Bret Maverick, which returned James Garner in his original role but aired only for nineteen episodes.
In 1984, Boucher appeared as Eadie Wright in the episode "The Two Faces of Betsy Morgan" of ABC’s T.J. Hooker with William Shatner and in the television movie Sweet Revenge, one of several films of that same title, in the role of Anne Haggarty Cheever.
In 1985, she starred as Molly Bloom in the episode "Sanctuary" of St. Elsewhere. In 1986, she played in the television film Odd Jobs. In 1989, she appeared as Dr. St. John in the episode "Nemesis" of the Fox Network's 21 Jump Street.
In 1991, she played in the television film The Whereabouts of Jenny. In 1993, she co-starred as Marianne in the television film Relentless 3.
In 2004, she appeared as Ada and also produced the film Nursie, about a deranged nurse. Sister Sherry also played a minor part in the same film, which later bankrupted as a corporation, after not finding distribution.
That year she co-produced Sunset Tuxedo and was listed in her father's obituary as a resident of Los Angeles. In 2009, she was associate producer of the film Which Way Home.
|Born||28th October, 1943|
|Home City||Springhill, Louisiana, U.S.|