Crystal Bernard Movies and Career Information

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Sep 30, 1961

Crystal Lynn Bernard (born September 30, 1961) is an American actress and singer, most widely known for her seven-year-long role on the situation comedy Wings. While her main work has been on television, she has appeared in some films, and also attempted to pursue a music career as a songwriter/performer. Bernard was born in Garland, Texas. She was raised in a Southern Baptist home. Her father, Jerry, was a Baptist evangelist who traveled across the United States preaching and singing. She became an entertainer at a young age, singing gospel songs with her elder sister, Robyn (also an actress, who played, "Terry Brock," on General Hospital, 1984-1990). One recording of the two that has survived from those years is a song called, "The Monkey Song" (an objection to evolution), on, Feudin' Fussin' and Frettin, a recording of a 1972 Thomas Road Baptist Church service led by Jerry Falwell. Bernard's father is famed televangelist Dr. Jerry Wayne Bernard, with whom Bernard still travels and sings gospel music. Crystal also has two younger sisters, Scarlett ) and Angelique Bernard. Bernard studied acting at Alley Theatre while growing up in Houston, Texas. She attended Spring High school

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