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Her first significant screen appearance was in a small role in the San Francisco police drama The Laughing Policeman (1974), which led to work in two more films that year; in the second of these, Bank Shot (1974), she got her first prominent billing.
Cassidy had many unmemorable roles over the next few years, finally making an impression in a successful film with Blade Runner (1982); after that she got better roles in better films, but has yet to become a widely known screen actress.
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Now 70-years-old, Bushkin's revelatory tale is just one of many he recounts in his memoir, 'Johnny Carson', that charts the 18-years he worked for the comedian as his lawyer, wingman, fixer and closest confidant and hits bookshelves on October 15th.After one year in college as an art major Cassidy dropped out and got married, but the marriage didn't last.She moved to San Francisco and worked successfully as a model; she also appeared briefly in two films shot there, Bullitt (1968) and Fools (1970), then went four years without another screen role, meanwhile finding some work in TV commercials.Recalling how Carson, who during the 70s and 80s was the nation's highest-paid entertainer, co-opted him into the break in, Bushkin says that his boss said, 'I have reason to believe my wife is cheating on me.'Carson had married Joanne Copeland on August 17th, 1963, but by 1970 he suspected that she was having an affair with retired NFL player Frank Gifford - famed for his exploits on the field, as a commentator and today as the husband of 'Today' show host Kathy Lee Gifford.Approaching the apartment on the East Forties of Manhattan near First Avenue, Buskkin says that Carson was accompanied by Joe Mullen, a licensed New York private eye, lock-picker Mario Irizarry and Arthur Kassel 'a security expert/crime photographer/police groupie.' Final Show: In this Friday, May 22, 1992 file photo, talk show host Johnny Carson, behind his desk, Doc Severinsen, left, leader of "The Tonight Show Band", and announcer Ed Mc Mahon, sit during the final taping of the "Tonight Show" Managing through bluff and a little bribing to get the building manager to let them into the apartment, the team realized on entering that the apartment was filled with furniture discarded from Joanne and Carson's luxury UN Plaza Apartment.