Gorgeous and wild are two worlds that could best describe the “2010” actress. Madolyn Smith made a name for herself before she turned 30, but has now faded from the headlines. Where is she today? And who is the man who stole her heart?
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Early life and education
Madolyn Smith was born on January 1, 1957 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States. Little or nothing is known of her childhood or early education, until she enrolled at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
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There is no information disclosed about her parents, siblings or where she spent her childhood. Nor when she moved from Albuquerque to Los Angeles, or when she first showed an interest in acting.
Smith was 23 at the time of her first leading role, in “Urban Cowboy,” a 1980 John Travolta western drama in which she played Pam, a romantic interest of Travolta’s character, Bud. She then co-starred in several films from that era, including 1984’s “All of Me” and “2010,” a sequel to “2001: A Space Odyssey” from the same year.
She has also appeared in several television films, including “Rehearsal for Murder”, “Pray TV”, and “Deadly Intentions”. She also portrayed several real people, including Jehan Al Sadat, wife of Anwar Al Sadat, former Egyptian President, in the 1983 “Sadate” miniseries, and Ernie Kovacs’ troubled wife Dorothy in the TV movie “Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter” aired the following year. She made a brief appearance as The Girl in “The Caller” in 1987.
The role Smith is best known for is Tracy Whitney, a star of the 1986 television miniseries, “If Tomorrow Comes,” based on the novel of the same name written by Sidney Sheldon.
She also co-starred in films such as “Funny Farm”, alongside Chevy Chase, and 1991’s “The Super” alongside Joe Pesci, “The Plot to Kill Hitler”, the miniseries “The Kennedys of Massachusetts” depicting Joseph P. Kennedy’s lover, Gloria Swanson, and “The Rose and the Jackal”.
As for some of his later appearances, Smith starred in an episode of the TV series “Cheers” titled “What’s Up, Doc?” which first aired in 1989 and could be seen in several episodes of “Class of ’96”, a 1993 television drama series. Her last time on television was in an episode of the sitcom “Due South” aired in 1994.
After this appearance, she completely withdrew from acting and public life. Madolyn Smith provided her voice in the feature-length documentary about brilliant Chicago architect Louis Sullivan, who was born in 1856 and died in 1924. The documentary which debuted in 2010 is titled “Louis Sullivan: The Struggle for American Architecture” , and Madolyn was the voice of the titular character.
Smith tied the knot with the National Hockey League (NHL) by checking out winger Mark Anatole Osborne on the 16the July 1988. Osborne played 919 total games and scored 531 points.
He began his professional career in 1974 in the Tournoi International de Hockey Pee-Wee de Québec and proved himself. After that, he played in several hockey teams, including the Niagara Falls Flyers during his university years, the Toronto Maple Leafs, the New York Rangers which he joined after the departure of the popular Ron Duguay and the Jets of Winnipeg. He coached the Cleveland Lumberjacks for three years. During his successful career, he reached the conference final twice, but both times failed to take his team to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Osborne retired from professional hockey in 1998 and became general manager of the Toronto St. Michael’s Majors. Since March 2020, he has worked as a scout for the Los Angeles Kings organization. The couple welcomed their first daughter, Abigail in 1997, and their second daughter, Eliza, was born in 2000. Smith has continued to act under her maiden name. She is credited as Madolyn Smith Osborne in her last television appearance in “Due South”.
After retiring from acting, Madolyn Smith kept all information about herself private.
She currently lives with her husband and daughters in Los Angeles, and nothing is known about her new professional career. Her husband is a devout Christian and worked at a Christian hockey camp in Ontario, Canada, London, UK and Mocton, NB, Canada.
Smith earned a considerable income from her acting career which spanned 14 years. She turned out to be a versatile actress, able to play all kinds of characters.
Her net worth is estimated to be around $1 million as of March 2020 – there is no information about real estate or other major assets she owns.
Madolyn Smith is considered a stunning looking woman. Her hair is wild, curly and dark and she has big hazel eyes. As of 2020, there is no exact information about his height, weight or vital stats.