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Alice Adair
Alice Adair

Alice Adair guests stars on "Quantum Leap" as Dianne McBride in the Season 2 opening episode "Honeymoon Express".

Personal Information
Gender: Female
Born: (1966-06-26) June 26, 1966 (age 52)[1]
Birthplace: Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S. [2]
Occupation/
Career:
Actress/Voice artist
Spouse(s): Josh Brolin, 1986-1992 *divorced), 2 children
Character information
Appeared on: Quantum Leap (TV series)
Episodes appeared in: "Honeymoon Express" (Season 2 premiere)
Character played: Diane MacBride

Alice Adair (born June 26, 1966) guest starred on Quantum Leap as Diane MacBride, the daughter of an influental U.S. Seanator and newlywed-wife of Tom MacBride, whom Sam leaps into to save her from being murdered by her ex-husband, a French organized crime figure and espionage operative named Roget, as he also must influence his wife to study hard to pass her law bar exam, to ensure that she will win her late father's seat so that she would be on the Senate Commission that ensures approval for the funds needed to allow Project Quantum Leap to continue in in the Season Two opening episode "Honeymoon Express".

CareerEdit

An actress and business executive, Alice played the part of Jan Bogomill in in Beverly Hills Cop II; (1987), and also appeared in the film Szuler (1994). She was previously married to Josh Brolin. Alice had a recurring role as Kathleen Devlin in the TV series The Young Riders. She also made a notable guest appearance on the NBC-TV series Miami Vice in 1986 as Carla Cappoletti, a prostitute who gets killed by her pimp (played by Wesley Snipes) in the Season 3 episode "Streetwise" (episode #10).

Family/PersonalEdit

Alice was married to actor Josh Brolin, son of TV/film actor James Brolin of Marcus Welby, M.D. TV series fame, from 1986 to 1992. They have two children; a son Trevor Brolin, and a daughter, Eden Brolin. After their divorce, she and Josh continued to live together on his ranch to raise their children together.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Birth reference results: Deborah Jane Adair. FamilySearch.org.
  2. Birthplace results via intelius.com search

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