Bunny Summers is a famous actress, who started her career in the serial, "Petticoat Junction" as Mrs. Hennessy, for its episodes, "My Daughter the Secretary" and "Betty Jo Catches the Bouquet". Following the next year she acted in two other serials, "The Ghost & Mrs. Muir" and "Laredo" and appeared as Lucy in "The Doris Day Show".
She debuted in the movie, "Doctors' Wives" in minor role as a chatroom Nurse. In 1972, she played the role of Mrs. Cooper in the movie, "Fuzz" directed by Richard A. Colla and written by Evan Hunter. Her famous movies are such as: "Choices", "The World's Greatest Lover", "Independence Day", "The Ladies Club" and "Outrageous Fortune".
Bunny has also appeared in famous serials including, "The Norm Show", "That's Life", "Kristin", "Freaky Links", "Alright Alre
ady" and "Seinfeld".
Why is she famous?
She is famous for her role as Grandma Morton in the movie, "Artie" directed by Matt Berman.
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