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Kathleen Bradley Biography
- Kathleen Bradley (born Kathleen JoAnn Bradley on January 10, 1951 in Girard, Ohio) is a former model primarily known as a "Barker's Beauty" on the daytime game show The Price Is Right from 1990 to 2000. Although a woman named Harriet holds the distinction of being the first African-American model on the show (she appeared occasionally in episodes from the first season of the Dennis James-hosted syndicated version in 1972), Bradley was the first permanent African-American model on the show. Bradley won the "Miss Black California" award in 1971. In 1979, she was part of the short-lived disco group Destination, which had a hit single with a remake of Curtis Mayfield's "Move On Up." She played the part of Mrs. Parker in the movie Friday.
Kathleen Bradley Filmography
- (2009) 'Friday' Straight Up as Herself
- (2007) The Stolen Moments of September as Mohogany
- (2005) Negermagasinet as Herself
- (2000) An Everlasting Piece as Bronagh's Cousin
- (1998) Martial Law as Herself - "The Price Is Right" Hostess
- (1996) E! True Hollywood Story as Herself
- (1996) The Price Is Right 25th Anniversary Special as Herself - Model (uncredited)
- (1995) Friday as Mrs. Parker
- (1991) Perfume as Vashtii (as Kathleen Bradley Overton)
- (1989) Harlem Nights as Lady
- (1989) Troop Beverly Hills as Mrs. Shakar
- (1988) Family Feud as Herself
- (1986) Amen as Bailiff
- (1974) Good Times as Nurse
- (1972) The New Price Is Right as Herself - Model
- (1972) The New Price Is Right as Herself - Model (uncredited)
- (1972) The New Price Is Right as Herself - Try-Out Model
Kathleen Bradley Trivia and Facts
- Miss Black California 1971
- Kathleen was a Barker Beauty on "Price Is Right, The" (1972).
- Has a daughter with her ex-husband, Bill Overton.
- Has a son with her current husband Terrence Redd
- Was part of female singing group of Black Beauty Queens signed by Motown Records in 1975, but the group was dropped from the label. They were called the Love Machine. The song of the same name, that was intended for them, was later recorded by the Miracles on their landmark "City Of Angels" album.
Kathleen Bradley Photoshoots
- "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1992, Vol. 5, Iss. 5, pg. 94, by: staff, "Miss Black California 1971"