HEATHER LOCKLEAR IN PARKSVILLE: In the city to film the network television movie Family Court

Heather Locklear in Parksville to film TV movie

The actress famous for her role in Melrose Place was spotted at Oceanside Place this week

  • Dec. 17, 2015 8:00 p.m.

HEATHER LOCKLEAR IN PARKSVILLE: In the city to film the network television movie Family Court, Heather Locklear is shown above outside Oceanside Place Arena on Monday afternoon. Locklear, 54, was nominated four years in a row (1994-97) for a best actress Golden Globe Award for her role as Amanda Woodward in the hit series Melrose Place. Family Court will air as a movie of the week on the U.S.-based Up TV Network, formerly Gospel Music Television or GMT. No release date has been scheduled.

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