The year-old is a hands-on mom to six children and thoroughly enjoys meeting fans of the beloved sitcom, which starred the late Elizabeth Montgomery. Fox News: How did you initially get the role of Tabitha? They had previously shown it in black and white, so the big push of the third season was that the show was going to color and that they were going to focus more on the character of Tabitha. I auditioned with my fraternal twin sister Diane and we got the part.
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By Peter Sheridan. Wriggling her witch's nose, Elizabeth Montgomery was TV's sweetheart. But a new book reveals her far more salacious 'other' life. As the star of the classic TV sitcom Bewitched, actress Elizabeth Montgomery could get anything she desired with just a magical twitch of her nose. Magical: Bewitched star Elizabeth Montgomery struggled to find happiness a startling new book reveals.
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