Nancy Ames (Nancy Hamilton Alfaro)
BiographyWashington, District of Columbia, USA
Ames is the beautiful blonde folksinger and songwriter who is best known for being the That Was the Week That Was (1964) (aka TW3) girl, the only cast member to appear in all episodes during both seasons of the program. She recorded thirteen albums and co-wrote, with Mason Williams, the theme to The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967). Since 1972, she has lived in Houston, Texas, where she headlined her own television show, "The Nancy Ames Show", for five years on the NBC affiliate station. Read more... and her daughter, Nancy Riviere, have a jewelry company, Alfaro Designs, that sells the jewelry she designs based on wine motifs.