Loni Anderson

LOS ANGELES - FEB 17: Loni Anderson at the 17th Costume Designe

Anderson in 2015, photo by kathclick/Bigstock.com

Birth Name: Loni Kaye Anderson

Place of Birth: Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States

Date of Birth: August 5, 1945

Ethnicity: Swedish, Norwegian, German, English, Scottish

Loni Kaye Anderson is an American actress. She is known for her role in the popular television comedy WKRP in Cincinnati.

Loni is married to musician Bob Flick. She has a daughter with her former husband, Bruce Hasselberg, and a son with her former husband, actor, director, and producer Burt Reynolds.

Loni’s paternal grandfather was Carl John Anderson (the son of Peter Anderson and Susie Jensen). Carl was born in Minnesota. Peter was an emigrant from Västra Götaland County, Sweden, the son of Anders Anderson/Bengtsson and Katarina Eriksdotter. Susie was an emigrant from Norway, the daughter of Jens Olsen Jensen/Otternes and Marta Martha Veum.

Loni’s paternal grandmother was Selina Binder (the daughter of Peter Binder and Elizabeth Bauer). Selina was born in Iowa, to German parents, from Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. Peter was the son of Peter Binder and Barbara Ripper. Elizabeth was the daughter of Franz Bauer and Anna Elisabetha Opper.

Loni’s maternal grandfather was John Charles Kallin (the son of John C. Kallin and Millie Lapel). Loni’s grandfather John was born in Montana. Loni’s great-grandfather John was an emigrant from Ärtemarks Sweden, the son of John M. Kallin and Sophia Jansdotter. Millie’s father, John Lapel, was an emigrant from Germany, and Millie’s mother, Annie, was an emigrant from England.

Loni’s maternal grandmother was Helen/Hazel C. Carver (the daughter of Chancy Carver and Elizabeth Dorothy). Helen was born in Minnesota. Chancy was the son of Thomas Carver, an emigrant from Scotland, and of Elizabeth Jane Finley, who was of Scottish ancestry.

Source: Genealogy of Loni Anderson – https://www.geni.com

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