Sherry Lynn Boucher
Sherry Lynn Boucher
July 25, 1945
|Alma mater||University of Southern California|
|Occupation||Actress; later Realtor|
(m. 1975; div. 1979)
John R. Lytle
(m. ??; div. ??)
|Relatives||Savannah Smith Boucher (sister)|
Sherry Lynn Boucher (also known as Sherry Boucher Peppard or Sherry Boucher-Lytle; born July 25, 1945) is a former American actress. She is now a realtor in Bossier Parish in northwestern Louisiana. The younger sister of actress Savannah Smith Boucher, she was once married to actor George Peppard.
Boucher was born in Springhill in northern Webster Parish to Jesse L. Boucher and the former Mary Eloise Herrington (born November 21, 1923). Her father co-owned Boucher and Slack Insurance Agency, served as mayor of Springhill from 1958 to 1962, and later became a real estate agent. Sherry Boucher graduated in 1963 from Springhill High School.
Boucher-Lytle resides in Bossier City and nearby Benton, where she continues to work in real estate. She is descended from a line of Louisiana Democratic politicians. Her mayor-father's first cousin, Drayton Boucher, was a member of both houses of the Louisiana State Legislature, having served from 1936 to 1952. Boucher's maternal uncle, Johnny D. Herrington, served as Springhill mayor from 1978 to 1986 and again from 1995 to 2006. She was the stewardess named Wendy on Sanford and Son at end of show, 1973, episode "Superflyer".
- Prescription: Murder (TV Movie - 1968) as Air Hostess
- White Lightning (1973) as Sherry Lynne
- Fer-de-Lance (TV Movie - 1974) as Liz McCord
- Sisters of Death (1976) as Diane
- Five Days from Home (1978) as Wanda Dulac
- Eating (1990) as Maria
- Nursie (2004) as Solange/Michelle
- Jeremiah's Secret (2006) as Pam
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- Springhill Town Hall, Springhill, Louisiana