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Gilligan's Island's Dawn Well & More on Next OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?


In this week's all-new episode of the popular series OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? celebrity updates include 1990s chart-topping R & B divas En Vogue; "Gilligan's Island's" Mary Ann, actress Dawn Wells; the world's first redhead supermodel, Angie Everhart, and David Faustino, who rose to TV stardom playing Bud Bundy on the hit sitcom "Married With Children." The show airs Saturday, September 17 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

Following are advance clips from "Oprah: Where Are They Now?"

How Girl Group En Vogue Came Together

Gilligan's Island Producer Thought Dawn Wells Was "Too Smart" to Play Mary Ann

Angie Everhart on Her Emotional Thyroid Cancer Diagnosis

The Married... with Children Actor Who Says He Had a "Hard Time" With Fame

They were one of music's hottest girl groups, with smooth, chart-topping harmonies and a chic look that was unmatched in the 1990s. Our cameras travel to Florida to catch up with R & B divas En Vogue in the midst of their latest tour. Original members Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron-Braggs open up about their legal battle to retain the En Vogue name following the departure of two members, and introduce the now-trio's newest member. Next, at her Los Angeles home, Dawn Wells shares personal memories of her "Gilligan's Island" co-stars, what made Mary Ann so endearing to audiences, and details of the off screen romance that she says "might" have been. Then, supermodel Angie Everhart reveals the obstacles she overcame early in her career to become the world's first redhead supermodel, why she agreed to pose for Playboy, and the 2014 medical scare that made her think she might not get to see her son grow up. Along with co-stars Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal and Christina Applegate, child actor David Faustino helped reinvent the sitcom with his portrayal of Bud Bundy on TV's raunchy-but-hilarious "Married With Children." Today, the new dad talks about his career as a voice actor, his passion for hip-hop, and the surprisingly strict upbringing and Catholic school education he had growing up in Burbank. Plus, former "Oprah" show guests, Liberian refugee Maimah Karmo, who overcame breast cancer and founded Tigerlily Foundation to help others; and Dante Brown, only 5 years old when he made his standup comedy debut with Jay Leno.
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