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|Known for:||Nunsense Jamboree, Mama's Family: Bye Bye Baby, Mama's Family: There Is Nothing Like the Dames|
|Birth name:||Vicki Ann Axelrad|
|Birthday:||26 March 1949, Inglewood, California, USA|
|Height:||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
TriviaHer recording of then husband Bobby Russell's song "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia" was number one on Billboard magazine's Hot 100 chart for two weeks in April of 1973, reached the Top 40 of Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart, and earned a Gold Record. Daughter, Courtney Allison Schultz, born May 5th, 1975 Son, Garrett Lawrence Schultz, born July 3rd, 1977 She is a huge game show fan and guest-starred on many game shows including "The $10,000 Pyramid" (1973), "Super Password" (1984), and "Match Game 73" (1973). She also hosted the daytime edition of "Win, Lose or Draw" (1987) for NBC and on her TV show "Mama's Family" (1983), Mama was a contestant on "Jeopardy!" (1984) She did a salute to game shows and their hosts on her talk show "Vicki!" (1992). With the exception of Eric Brown (Buzz), Karin Argoud (Sonja), and Allan Kayser (Bubba), she was the 2nd youngest regularly-appearing actress and 4th youngest, overall, in the cast of "Mama's Family" (1983), even though the character she played was the oldest. Ken Berry (Vinton), Dorothy Lyman (Naomi), Rue McClanahan (Aunt Fran), Betty White (Ellen), Carol Burnett (Eunice), late actor, Harvey Korman (Ed), and Beverly Archer (Iola), were all older. Still dresses up as Mama when performing to this day.