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After rehearsal ended, Bridget whispered for her tv “dad” if he could stay a little late and iron out some rough spots for the next show, which featured Bridget in alot of private scenes with Paul. As most experienced actors, Paul, played by John Ritter, wanted Bridget to learn more and more about acting and this was an opportunity. Bridget is doing just fine with her lines, but as the conversation on sex enters the dialog, Paul can’t focus anymore. As an actor, or as a father, even as a tv fantasy father. (1998) Print ads: Felina Lingerie, (1988) TV commercial: Levi's jeans, (1995) TV commercial: Diet Dr.Pepper, (1996) TV commercial: Schick Razors, (1995) Print ad: J.

She LOVED the size, the length, the heat, and the hardness of her tv-dad’s dick.

She has since appeared in such features as Tales From the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood (1996), Denial (1998), Trigger Happy (1996) and Gunblast Vodka (2000). Everhart was married to Ashley Hamilton from December 1996 until March 1997.

Other movies she has appeared in include Jade (1995), and Executive Target (1997), More recent roles include Another 9 1/2 Weeks (1997), Sexual Predator (2001), and Bare Witness (2001). She was briefly engaged to Sylvester Stallone in 1995 and Joe Pesci in 2007.

8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughters (Starring John Ritter as Paul Hennesey and Kaley Cuoco as Bridget Hennesey) by Tankman.

A favorite new tv show for me is 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughters.

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