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Melissa Gilbert

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Melissa Gilbert
Melissa Gilbert after Drug Free America shoot - cropped (5242325680).jpg
Gilbert after a shoot for the Partnership for a Drug-Free America in December 2010
26th President of the Screen Actors Guild
In office
October 15, 2001 – February 22, 2005
Preceded byWilliam Daniels
Succeeded byAlan Rosenberg
Personal details
Born
Melissa Ellen Gilbert

(1964-05-08) May 8, 1964 (age 55)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Political partyDemocratic
Spouse(s)
Bo Brinkman
(m. 1988; div. 1992)

Bruce Boxleitner
(m. 1995; div. 2011)

Children2; 3 stepchildren
ParentsPaul Gilbert
Barbara Crane
RelativesJonathan Gilbert (brother)
Sara Gilbert (sister)
ResidenceNew York City
Occupation
  • Actress
  • director
  • producer
  • politician
Websitemelissa-gilbert.com

Melissa Ellen Gilbert (born May 8, 1964)[1][2] is an American actress and television director.

Gilbert began her career as a child actress in the late 1960s, appearing in numerous commercials and guest starring roles on television. From 1974 to 1984, she starred as Laura Ingalls Wilder, the second oldest daughter of Charles Ingalls (played by Michael Landon) on the NBC series Little House on the Prairie. During the run of Little House, Gilbert appeared in several popular television films, including The Diary of Anne Frank and The Miracle Worker.

As an adult, she continued her career mainly in television films. Gilbert has also continued with guest starring roles on television and has done voice work for animation such as Batman: The Animated Series as Barbara Gordon / Batgirl. From 2009 to 2010, Gilbert appeared as Caroline "Ma" Ingalls in the touring production of Little House on the Prairie, the Musical. In 2012, she was a contestant on season fourteen of the popular reality dance competition show Dancing with the Stars on ABC.

Gilbert served as the President of the Screen Actors Guild from 2001 to 2005.[3] In 2009, her autobiography Prairie Tale: A Memoir, was released. In 2014, she wrote a short story for children, called Daisy and Josephine[4] as well as My Prairie Cookbook: Memories and Frontier Food from My Little House to Yours.[5]

In 2016, Gilbert ran for U.S. Congress as a Democrat in Michigan's 8th congressional district and she won the Democratic primary. She later dropped out because of head and neck injuries sustained in a 2012 accident.[6]

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Hi There. Welcome to Screen Actors Guild Foundation BookPALS. I'm Melissa Gilbert and I'm the President of Screen Actors Guild, but more importantly, I am the mother of Mikey and Dakota and the stepmother of Sam and Lee and one of our favorite things to do is to read. So it is going to be my pleasure to read this book, "My Rotten Redheaded Older Brother" by Patricia Polacco. Here we go. . . My brother and our mother and I all lived with my grandparents on their farm in Union City, Michigan. Now my babushka, my grandmother, knew lots of things. She knew just how to tell a good story. She knew how to make ordinary things magical. And she knew how to make the best chocolate cake in Michigan. After she told my brother and me a grand tale from her homeland, we'd always ask, "Bubbie, is that true?" She'd answer, "Of course is true, but it may not have happened!" Then she'd laugh. Now, I knew that she loved me all right, but I couldn't quite understand how she could even like my older brother, Richard. He had orange hair that was like wire; he was covered in freckles and looked like a weasel with glasses. The one thing that my bubbie didn't seem to know was how perfectly awful my brother really was! Mind you, he was always nice whenever she was around us; but as soon as she'd leave, he would do something terrible to me and laugh. There were so many things that I couldn't stand about him. The worst was that he was always telling me he could do just about everything better than I. "Bet I can pick more blackberries than you can," he jeered at me one day. "No you can't." "Can so." "Cannot!" "Can," he whispered. "Not," I said louder. "Can!" he whispered so low that I could hardly hear him. "Not!" I screamed back. We both picked berries for most of the afternoon. Well, he upped and did it! He not only picked more berries than I, he set a record that wasn't even challenged for the next ten years. "You make me sick, Richard Barber!" I yelled at him. Then he smiled that smile that only a rotten redheaded older brother could smile. I guess I would have to face it. He could run the fastest, climb the highest, throw the farthest, sit the longest, get the dirtiest, burp the loudest, and spit the farthest. He had no equal, certainly not me! "And I'm four years older than you. . . Always have been and always will be," he sneered. There had to be something – SOMETHING – I could do that he couldn't! Then an inspired thought comforted me like a fresh breeze on a hot summer day. "Oh, Richie," I cooed as I stood next to the rhubarb bushes. "Do you like rhubarb?" "No!" he said. "It's the sourest stuff on this planet!" Now I knew, at long last, that I had him. "Bet I can eat more of this raw rhubarb than you can without getting the puckers!" I challenged. "I don't think so!" "I do!" "I don't!" he said, narrowing his eyes. "I do!" I insisted. "Don't," he hissed, looking smug. "Do," I said furiously as I grabbed the first stalk and started chewing it almost down to the leaf. When I couldn't get one more sour bite into my mouth, he was still eating with relish. "I thought you said you don't like rhubarb," I said through pursed lips. "I don't like it. . .I love it!" he announced as he popped the last stalk into his mouth. I was so mad, I couldn't even feel how my belly was starting to ache. "I can't stand you, Richard Barber. . . I double dog can't stand you!" I screamed as I went into the house to be consoled by my grandmother. "Yeah, and I'm four years older than you, too, you little twerp. . . Always have been and always will be!" he called after me. Then he laughed that rotten redheaded older brother laugh. That night at dinner I could hardly eat. "Have you been eating angry apples again, child?" Bubbie asked as she sliced me a huge wedge of rhubarb pie. "I baked your favorite!" Richard gave me one of his extra-rotten, weasel-eyed, greeny-toothed grins. At bedtime my bubbie came and sat on the edge of my bed like she did every night. "Look, a falling star," she said. We watched it streak across the sky. Then she spit twice between her fingers and gave her chest a loud slap. "Why did you do that, Bubbie?" I asked. "I was making a wish. . . Didn't you know that wishes on falling stars come true? At last I knew how I was going to get back at my brother. For the longest time I watched the dark sky until I saw a star shoot across the night. Then I spit between my two fingers and slapped my chest. It was done. My wish was to do something – anything – better than my brother. I'd show him! The next morning all I could think about was my wish. I was thinking about it so hard I almost didn't notice the wagons and trucks pulling into the field down the road near Four Corners. "A traveling carnival," my brother shouted as he ran toward me. "They're setting up right here in our field! I bet I can eat more hot dogs than you can," he teased. He was already starting it, but this time I was going to do something so incredible that even he would have to sit up and take notice. He was already starting it, but this time I was going to do something so incredible that even he would have to sit up and take notice. That night I ran straight for the merry-go-round. We must have taken fifty turns on that carousel. But then my brother got off! I stayed on. I went around and around and around. "I knew I could do this longer than you," I shouted to my brother, feeling proud but just a bit dizzy. "Treesha," I heard my bubbie call out. "Get off from that thing. . . It's time to go home!" The last thing I remembered was stepping off from the platform. Next thing I knew I woke up with Bubbie sitting on the edge of my bed. Mom and Grandpa were there, too. "You gave us all a fright!" Momma said. "How do you feel?" "What happened?" I asked. "You fell!" my rotten redheaded older brother announced with the biggest grin on his face. "I don't know what we would have done," my bubbie said softly. "Your brother carried you all the way home, and then he had to run to get Dr. Lee." "You had to have stitches. . . I watched it all!" he said excitedly. "You fell off the merry-go-round right into some pop bottles," my gramps added. "You even passed out!" my brother chirped. "Looks like you finally did something special!" It was from that exact moment that our relationship changed somehow. "Thanks, Richie," I said to him. "What's a big brother for, anyway," he said blushing. That night we were all out in the yard. On hot Michigan nights it was my family's custom to sleep outside, where it was cool. "Look at those stars," Bubbie said quietly. "Wishes are funny, aren't they," I said. "Sometimes they come true differently than you think they will." "That's why you have to be very careful what you wish for. . . It just may come true!" Bubbie said. Then she squeezed both of our hands. "Hang onto the grass," she whispered. "Why, Bub?" my brother asked. "Because if we don't we might float up to the stars." Then she leaned over and kissed us both three times. "I kiss your eyes, and I hold both of your hearts in my good keeping. . . And this night I thank God that I walk this earth with both of you. . .Ah-men!" Then we all just lay on our blankets in the gentle summer night. "I'll always be four years older than you, though," my brother whispered softly. Then he smiled. All of us held one another's hands, and then we all drifted off to sleep. The End. Well, I hope you enjoyed that as much as I enjoyed reading it to you. Thank you so much for joining me here for SAG Foundation BookPALS. Bye.

Contents

Early life and family

Gilbert was born in Los Angeles, California, on May 8, 1964, to a newly engaged couple, Kathy Wood and David Darlington, and given up for adoption immediately after birth.[1] She was adopted one day later by actor and comedian Paul Gilbert (born Ed MacMahon, he changed his name to Paul Gilbert to get a Screen Actors Guild card)[7] and his wife, dancer and actress Barbara Crane, the daughter of The Honeymooners creator Harry Crane. The couple later adopted a son, Jonathan, who co-starred on Little House on the Prairie. Gilbert's adoptive parents divorced when she was 8 years old. Barbara Crane Gilbert then married Harold Abeles, and together they had biological daughter Sara Rebecca Abeles (the actress known professionally as Sara Gilbert) on January 29, 1975. On February 13, 1976, Paul Gilbert died. Although 11-year-old Melissa was told that he had suffered a sudden stroke, she found out years later that the 57-year-old had been a VA patient who dealt with constant pain and that he had taken his own life. The marriage of Barbara and Harold Abeles later ended in divorce.[8] Per her biography, Gilbert was "lightly raised" in her adoptive mother's Jewish religion (her adoptive father was a Gentile),[9] but did not have any formal religious education or conversion ceremony.[10]

Career

Early years

Gilbert as Laura Ingalls, circa 1975
Gilbert as Laura Ingalls, circa 1975

Gilbert's earliest television appearances were in dozens of commercials, including one for Alpo dog food with Lorne Greene (Michael Landon's television father on Bonanza). She also attended school with Landon's daughter, Leslie Landon. It was Leslie who informed her that she had won the role of Laura Ingalls on Little House on the Prairie, beating out over 500 child actresses for the part. The pilot was shot in 1973 and was a ratings success. Almost a year later, Gilbert began filming the series. Gilbert became extremely close to the Landon family after her adoptive father died. However, a rift developed between Michael Landon and Gilbert after the revelation of Landon's affair with Little House's young makeup artist, Cindy Clerico.[11]

Gilbert had limited contact with Landon after Little House ended during the 1983–84 season. Seven years later, she was contacted by Landon's family and upon news of his condition, paid him a heartfelt visit following his May 9, 1991, appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson where he discussed his pancreatic cancer. She visited Landon at his Malibu home where he was, by then, bedridden, and they spent the afternoon together. Landon died one week later. When Gilbert gave birth to her son with second husband Bruce Boxleitner on October 6, 1995, they named him Michael, in honor of Landon.[12]

Career after Little House

Gilbert at the 1991 Emmy Awards
Gilbert at the 1991 Emmy Awards

Gilbert has continued to work regularly, mainly in television. She starred as Jean Donovan in the biopic Choices of the Heart (1983), and as Anna Sheridan in three episodes of Babylon 5 with then husband Bruce Boxleitner in 1996. She also provided the voice of Batgirl on the 1990s Batman: The Animated Series, though she would be replaced by voice actress Tara Strong for the series' follow-up The New Batman Adventures.

For her contribution to the television industry, Gilbert received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6429 Hollywood Blvd in 1985.[13] Her then-fiancé, Rob Lowe, was present with her when her star was unveiled during the ceremony.[14]

In 1998, she was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2006, Gilbert appeared as Shari Noble, a patient looking to reconstruct her nipples after committing zoophilia with her dog in a season four episode of Nip/Tuck.

In 2008 and through 2009, Gilbert played Caroline "Ma" Ingalls in the musical adaptation of Little House on the Prairie. This world premiere production at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis was directed by Francesca Zambello and also starred Kara Lindsay as Laura. The show ran through October 19 and was on a US National tour for 2009–10.[15][16] The tour ended in June 2010 at Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, Missouri.

In March and April 2018, Gilbert starred in an Off-Off-Broadway, limited-run production of Geraldine Aron's 2001 one-woman play 2001 My Brilliant Divorce.[17]

Dancing with the Stars

In March 2012, Gilbert joined the cast of celebrity contestants on season 14 of Dancing with the Stars. She was paired with Maksim Chmerkovskiy. During week four's show, while dancing the Paso Doble, she fell and hit her head on Maksim's leg and suffered a mild concussion and was taken to a hospital. She went home to recuperate, but returned to continue in the competition.[18] In week eight of competition, she was eliminated, finishing in fifth place.

Screen Actors Guild presidency

Gilbert was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild in 2001 after a contentious candidacy, in which she ultimately beat her opponent, Rhoda actress Valerie Harper, 21,351 votes to 12,613 votes after a second vote was taken. In 2003, she was re-elected, defeating Kent McCord with 50% of the vote to his 42%.[19] In July 2005, she announced that she would not seek a third term. She was succeeded by Alan Rosenberg, who assumed the guild presidency on September 25.

2016 congressional election

On August 10, 2015, Gilbert announced her campaign for Michigan's 8th congressional district in the 2016 elections to the United States House of Representatives.[20][21][22] Gilbert, who was the presumptive Democratic nominee in the district, dropped out of the race in May 2016, citing health issues.[6]

Personal life

Relationships

After her break up with Rob Lowe, Gilbert left for New York City to star in the play A Shayna Maidel. Gilbert was set up with actor Bo Brinkman, a cousin of actors Randy Quaid and Dennis Quaid. The couple married on February 22, 1988, only seven weeks after her relationship with Rob Lowe ended. Gilbert became pregnant months later. On May 1, 1989, she gave birth to son Dakota Paul Brinkman. The couple divorced in 1992.

Only weeks after Gilbert's divorce filing, Bruce Boxleitner's former wife, Kathryn Holcomb, set Boxleitner up with Gilbert. Holcomb by then was married to actor Ian Ogilvy. Gilbert had met Boxleitner as a teenager when they both were on Battle of the Network Stars when Gilbert introduced herself, and she had a pin-up of him in her locker. But Boxleitner ignored her because she was a teen and he was many years older than she was. After reconnecting, the couple started dating on and off for over a year. They were engaged twice and Boxleitner broke up with her each time. After reuniting for a third time, they finally married on January 1, 1995, in her mother's living room.[23] Gilbert quickly became pregnant, but went into premature labor more than two months before her due date. She gave birth to a son, Michael Garrett Boxleitner, named in honor of Michael Landon, on October 6, 1995. His middle name is in honor of Garrett Peckinpah, her friend Sandy Peckinpah's son, who had died suddenly of meningitis at age 16. Gilbert is also stepmother to Boxleitner's two sons with Holcomb, Sam (born 1980) and Lee (born 1985). On March 1, 2011, Gilbert announced that she and Boxleitner had separated.[12] On August 22, 2011, Gilbert filed for divorce from Boxleitner.[24]

On January 29, 2013, Gilbert's representative confirmed the actress's engagement to fellow actor Timothy Busfield.[25] The couple married on April 24, 2013.[26] Busfield and Gilbert resided in Howell, Michigan, from 2013 to 2018 [27] but moved to New York City late in 2018.[28]

Tax issues

Following her announcement as a candidate for U.S. Representative from Michigan, a spokesperson for her opponent's campaign referred to Gilbert as "tax cheat". Gilbert owed $360,000 in back federal taxes and $112,000 in California state taxes.[29] Gilbert has stated the tax debt is an outgrowth of a stalled acting career, the economy, and divorce.[30] She has negotiated a repayment plan with the IRS.[29]

Health issues

Gilbert has battled alcoholism and drug abuse, which she wrote about in her 2009 autobiography.[31]

While playing the role of Ma Ingalls in the touring musical Little House on the Prairie, a visit to the doctor revealed that Gilbert had been working with a broken back for months. On July 22, 2010, Gilbert underwent surgery to replace a disc as well as fuse a vertebra in her lower spine. The surgery was described as a complete success.[32]

In January 2015, Gilbert decided to have her breast implants removed for health reasons.[33]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1967 The Reluctant Astronaut Niece
1979 Nutcracker Fantasy Clara (voice)
1985 Sylvester Charlie
1986 Drug Free Kids: A Parent's Guide Video
1989 Ice House Kay Shattered Trust
2007 Safe Harbour Ophelia MacKenzie Video
2015 One Smart Fellow Ellen Short film

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1968 The Dean Martin Comedy Hour Girl on Santa's Lap Episode: "1968 Christmas Show"
1972 Gunsmoke Spratt's Child Episode: "The Judgement"
1972 Emergency! Jenny Episode: "Dinner Date"
1973 Tenafly Suzie's sister Episode: "The Cash and Carry Caper"
1974–83 Little House on the Prairie Laura Ingalls Lead role (191 episodes)
1977 Christmas Miracle in Caufield, U.S.A. Kelly Sullivan TV film
1978 The Love Boat Rosemary 'Rocky' Simpson Episode: "Rocky"
1978 The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour Herself (Guest Star) Episode 1.2
1979 The Miracle Worker Helen Keller TV film
1979 Little House Years Laura Ingalls TV film
1980 The Diary of Anne Frank Anne Frank TV film
1981 Splendor in the Grass Wilma Dean 'Deanie' Loomis TV film
1983 Choices of the Heart Jean Donovan TV film
1983 Little House: Look Back to Yesterday Laura Ingalls Wilder TV film
1984 Little House: The Last Farewell Laura Ingalls Wilder TV film
1984 Family Secrets Sara Calloway TV film
1984 Little House: Bless All the Dear Children Laura Ingalls Wilder TV film
1985 Faerie Tale Theatre Gerda Episode: "The Snow Queen"
1986 Choices Terry Granger TV film
1986 Penalty Phase Leah Furman TV film
1987 Blood Vows: The Story of a Mafia Wife Marian TV film
1988 Killer Instinct Dr. Lisa DaVito TV film
1989 Ice House Kay TV film
1989 Chameleons TV film
1990 Without Her Consent Emily Briggs TV film
1990 Forbidden Nights Judith Shapiro TV film
1990 Joshua's Heart Claudia TV film
1990 Donor Dr. Kristine Lipton TV film
1990 The Lookalike Gina / Jennifer TV film
1991 The Hidden Room Episode: "Spirit Cabinet"
1992 Stand By Your Man Rochelle Dunphy Main role (8 episodes)
1992 With a Vengeance Jenna King / Valerie Tanner TV film
1992–94 Batman: The Animated Series Barbara Gordon / Batgirl (voice) Recurring role (6 episodes)
1993 Family of Strangers Julie Lawson TV film
1993 With Hostile Intent Miranda Berkley TV film
1993 Shattered Trust: The Shari Karney Story Shari Karney TV film
1993 House of Secrets Marion Ravinel TV film
1993 Dying to Remember Lynn Matthews TV film
1994 The Babymaker: The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story Mary Bennett TV film
1994 Against Her Will: The Carrie Buck Story Melissa Prentice TV film
1994 Asbestos in Obstetrics Fire Captain TV film
1994 Cries from the Heart Karen Barth TV film
1994–95 Sweet Justice Kate Delacroy Main role (22 episodes)
1995 Zoya Zoya Ossipov TV film
1996 Babylon 5 Anna Sheridan Episodes: "War Without End: Part 2", "Shadow Dancing", "Z'ha'dum"
1996 A Holiday for Love Emma Murphy TV film
1997 Seduction in a Small Town Sarah Jenks TV film
1997 Childhood Sweetheart? Karen Carlson TV film
1998 The Outer Limits Teresa Janovitch Episode: "Relativity Theory"
1998 Murder at 75 Birch Gwen Todson TV film
1998 Her Own Rules Meredith Sanders TV film
1998 Touched by an Angel Michelle Tanner Episode: "The Peacemaker"
1999 The Soul Collector Rebecca TV film
1999 Mistaken Identity Sarah Barlow TV film
2000 A Vision of Murder: The Story of Donielle Donielle TV film
2001 Sanctuary Jo Ellen Hathaway TV film
2002 Providence Lorna Berlin Episode: "Smoke and Mirrors"
2002 Presidio Med Grace Bennett Episode: "Once Upon a Family"
2003 Then Came Jones Devon Jones-Thomas TV film
2003 Storyline Online Herself Episode: "My Rotten Redheaded Older Brother"
2003 Hollywood Wives: The New Generation Taylor Singer TV film
2004 Heart of the Storm Cassie Broadbeck TV film
2005 Thicker than Water Natalie Travers TV film
2005 Fat Actress Herself Episode: "Charlie's Angels or Too Pooped to Pop"
2005 7th Heaven Marie Wagner Episode: "Honor Thy Mother"
2006 Nip/Tuck Shari Noble Episode: "Shari Noble"
2007 Sacrifices of the Heart Kate Weston / Anne Weston TV film
2011 The Christmas Pageant Vera Parks TV film
2012 Dancing with the Stars Herself (Contestant) Dance competition (14 episodes)
2015 The Night Shift Lindsay Episode: "Hold On"
2015 Secrets and Lies Lisa Daly Recurring role (5 episodes)
2017 Tenure Tilly Masters TV film

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Title of work Result
1980 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special The Miracle Worker Nominated
1980 Young Artist Award Best Juvenile Actress in a TV Series or Special Little House on the Prairie Nominated
1981 Golden Globe Award Best Actress – Television Series Drama Little House on the Prairie Nominated
1982 Young Artist Award Best Young Actress in a Television Special Splendor in the Grass Nominated
1983 Young Artist Award Best Young Actress in a Drama Series Little House on the Prairie Won
1984 Young Artist Award Best Young Actress in a Drama Series Little House on the Prairie Won
2000 Golden Boot Awards Golden Boot
Won
2006 TV Land Awards Most Memorable Kiss Little House on the Prairie Won

See also

References

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  2. ^ (Gilbert 2009, pp. 228)
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  10. ^ (Gilbert 2009, pp. 5–6)
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Sources

  • Gilbert, Melissa (2009). Prairie Tale: A Memoir (1st ed.). Gallery Books. ISBN 1-416-59914-2

External links

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