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Born: March 28, 1955 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: McAlester, Oklahoma, USA Profession: Music ...
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1982:
Earliest TV appearances include a cameo as herself in the CBS TV-movie, "Country Gold"
1986:
First TV hosting duties, "The 21st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards"
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Signed by Mercury Records
2001:
Starred in and executive produced the sitcom "Reba" for The WB; premiered in fall; earned a Golden Globe (2003) nomination
1998:
Starred in CBS TV-movie "Forever Love"
1991:
Stayed behind in San Diego after giving a spring concert, suffering from bronchitis; airplane carrying her tour manager and seven members of her band crashed near the border of Mexico
2006:
Voiced Betsy the cow in live-action/computer-animated feature film "Charlotte's Web," based on the book by E.B. White
1990:
Feature film acting debut, "Tremors"
1983:
Left Mercury Records
2001:
Made Broadway debut as star of the hit revival of "Annie Get Your Gun"
2001:
Signed to star in and executive produce a CBS adaptation of "Annie Get Your Gun"
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Worked on the WPRA rodeo circuit for ten years, quarter-horse barrel racing
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Grew up on a ranch owned by her father located just outside Kiowa, Oklahoma (population 873)
1991:
Made TV acting debut in the two-part NBC TV-movie, "The Luck of the draw: The Gambler Returns", co-starring opposite Kenny Rogers
1998:
Received star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (September 18)
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Formed and ran company, Starstruck Entertainment, with second husband Narvel Blackstock; began as booking, promotion and management company but later expanded into construction, trucking, travel and publishing concerns
2001:
Had featured role as a psychiatrist in the black comedy "One Night at McCool's"
1974:
Sang the national anthem at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City; was heard by Nashville-based songwriter Red Steagall, who convinced McEntire's mother to cut a demo tape
1984:
Signed with MCA Records
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Popular songs include "Going Out Like That" and "Fancy".

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