The very beautiful and talented Cheryl Ladd, one of the original Charlie's Angel", had always dreamed to become an actress when she was young. She began acting at the age of five, learning how to tap-dance together with her father. She had a Jazz band in High School called "Music Shop Band" that traveled from Midwest to California. Although Cheryl Ladd expressed great interest and love for music, she saw that music is too uncertain as an industry and from this thought, she came up with a decision to pursue an acting career instead. She became so excited as fate is too good for her that her first job was singing and acting in one. Cheryl Ladd, then Cherie Moor, landed a part in the CBS series Josie and the Pussycats which. In 1976, Cheryl landed her first feature role in a thrift film called Jamaica Reef. But this movie did not do much to her acting carrier, except introduce her to her first husband David Ladd, son of the famed movie cowboy Alan Ladd. She kept her name, Ladd, even after her divorce in 1979. In 1997, Cheryl Ladd replaced Farrah Fawcett in the second season of Charlie's Angels. This has been her greatest role so far. She also released her self-titled album, which was followed by Dance Forever in 1979. One track from the album entitled Think it Over made it in Billboards Top 40 charts. Cheryl Ladd starred in 35 more films that include Kentucky Woman, Jekyll & Hyde, Eve's Christmas, Poison Ivy, and Permanent Midnight. Cheryl also appeared in NBC's hit series, Las Vegas. Aside from acting and singing, Cheryl Ladd also loves to write. She released her first book entitled Token Chick A Woman's Guide to Golfing with the Boys. This is an autobiographical book detailing her experiences in the sport of golf. Cheryl, as known by some, is a professional in this sport. She also has written the book The Adventures of Little Nettie Windship, a book for children, which she wrote for her husband of over 20 years, Brian Russell."