This California girl didn't have to stretch far to play sweet-natured UCLA co-ed Cindy Snow. A former beauty queen (Miss Young America) and Los Angeles Rams cheerleader, Harrison made her small screen debut on CHiPs (1978), but her real breakout role was as Cindy Snow on Three's Company from 1980-1982.
During this time Harrison made several guest appearances on '70s and '80s staples The Love Boat, and Fantasy Island, and she had a two-year stint on the CBS mega-hit Dallas as Jamie Ewing (1984-1986). Other TV appearances include Simon and Simon, She's the Sheriff, Murder She Wrote and That '70s Show. Harrison is married to Hollywood chiropractor Dr. Bruce Oppenheim.
This sweet-natured, UCLA co-ed moves into apartment 201 when her cousin Chrissy moves back home to tend to her ailing mother. Cindy is kind of like a flinty-legged colt; she's not too steady on her feet, but she is energetic and rearing to go nonetheless. Much like her cousin, she's something of a nave, and where Chrissy had a goofy laugh, Cindy is just plain goofy (only Jack stumbles, fumbles, and trips more than her). But the kid has a big heart, and the roommates are always happy to have her around, even if it means something will end up busted or broken.