CAGNEY & LACEY STAR ON As soon as they would yell wrap, a cup of scotch and ice was put in my hand and everyone would call it Sharon’s apple juice
charismatic, world- renowned surgeon Zsa Zsa HarperJenkinson in a one-off episode but she has never watched the show.
Even so, she said: “There is nothing I love more than working on a hit TV show and when the offer to be on one of the world’s most ost successful medical al dramas came in, I couldn’t refuse.
“Zsa Zsa is a wonderful character. I was in Cardiff f filming for two o weeks, which was really exciting as I had never been to Wales. es.
“I was so nervous though. The BBC told me they had never flown an American over to film the show, due to budgets. So I knew that was a big deal.” It was also her first role in a medical drama. She e had to rely on any tricky medical terms erms being written on sticky tape so o she would not forget them. Sharon said: “The cast could not have been more welcoming ming and day by day I grew a little less n nervous. By the e end Iw I was just plain cocky. ocky. “To me, starring ng in a hit TV show ow is o orgasmic and d my favourite thing ng to d do. The whole ole e experience was as w wonderful and d ev everyone was so o kin kind to me.” Cagney & Lacey ran n from 1982 to 88. Now, 29 years rs on, Sharon has fond thoughts hts of that time, despite all the he problems. She not only made a lifelong ng