People, Apr. 30, 1979

In what Hollywood calls the "jiggly" syndrome of successful TV series featuring winsome leading women, Three's Company's Suzanne Somers has been one of the leading jiggleos. But now the sensuous half of the feminine two-thirds of Three's Company wants to act seriously. Somers is in London's Wembley Stadium shooting Yesterday's Hero, the story of a veteran British footballer fighting age and alcohol. In the female lead, she is a hip rock singer. The role is certainly more fulfilling than her only previous feature film credit, a wandering...

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