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In March 2002 Saint James filed for divorce from Ebersol, but the couple reconciled later that summer. On November 28, 2004, a private plane carrying Ebersol and two of their sons crashed during an attempted takeoff from Montrose Regional Airport in Colorado.Ebersol and son Charles survived, but son Teddy, age 14, died, as did the pilot and flight attendant Warren T. Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields at Lederman Park in Boston, MA is named in memory of Saint James's son, and an episode of the television series Scrubs was dedicated to him. Among her other early television appearances were two episodes of the first season of Ironside ("Girl in the Night", December 1967 and two months later, playing a different role in the episode "Something for Nothing").She also had a supporting role in Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows (1968), the sequel to The Trouble with Angels.Saint James married aspiring writer-director Richard Neubert at age 21, but the marriage lasted only a year.She was married a second time in 1971, to Thomas Lucas, a makeup artist.She moved to California at age 20, when she began her acting career.Her first screen role was in the TV movie Fame Is the Name of the Game (1966) with Tony Franciosa, launching her career when it became a series two years later.
Since we're a Connecticut-based club, all of our meetings are in southwestern Connecticut but we have no residency limitations for membership.They had a daughter, Sunshine Lucas (born 1972), and a son, Harmony Lucas (born 1974); the marriage lasted six years.In the late 1970s, during an interview, she stated: "About eight and a half years ago, my husband and I decided to stop eating meat and then about six months later we stopped eating fish. I had two beautiful births as a vegetarian; they were great labors—no bleeding, no complications, no problems.Between films, she made a guest appearance in the March 3, 1980 episode of M*A*S*H (Episode 192: War Co-Respondent).After other film ventures failed to establish her, she returned to television, starring in the comedy series Kate & Allie opposite Jane Curtin from 1984 until 1989.