You Won’t Believe What Chip Fields Was Famous For BEFORE Acting
Most old schoolers know Chip Fields, the actress, but did you know she was once a singer? Many fans probably remember Chip from her memorable episodes on Good Times when she played the abusive mother of Penny, portrayed by a young Janet Jackson.
But surprisingly, before her acting career took off, she was a member of Ronnie and the Ronettes. The Ronettes performed “Walking In The Rain” live on television in 1973. In the mid-70s Ronnie Spector decided to reform the Ronettes after going solo in 1971. Chip Fields and Diane Linton were brought on as the two new members for the group.
Check out the YouTube video below and pay close attention to the woman on the left.
Once her acting career took off, Chip moved on from the group. After Good Times, she appeared on other 70s hit shows like Rhoda, What’s Happening, and Days of Our Lives. Throughout the 80s and 90s, Chip’s career also flourished.
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