Actress Constance Forslund gained her first Broadway attention in the mid '70s revival of Clare Booth Luce's The Women. Though born in California, Constance spent her teen years in Wisconsin. In the '70s, '80s and '90s, she appeared regularly in TV movies and guest-star spots on various weekly series. Forslund could also be seen in such theatrical films as The Way We Were (1973), Hail to the Chief (1973) and The River's Edge (1985). The production that really, truly should have made Constance Forslund a star was This Year's Blonde, a 1980 TV-movie wherein the actress pulled out all the stops in the role of the young Marilyn Monroe.