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Sabrina "Bri" Duncan
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First appearance Pilot
Last appearance Angels Remembered
Portrayed by Kate Jackson
Information
Gender female
Occupation private investigator
Relatives unknown child
Bill Duncan (ex-husband)
Col. Blaylock (father)

"Well We Did The One Thing Charlie advised us against. We Got Emotionally Involved"

-Sabrina to Toby Mann in the Lady Killer

Sabrina was a founding employee of the Charles Townsend Detective Agency, and acted as the team leader. She worked as one for about three years, then resigned to get married and start a family.[1]

Background

Sabrina was trained at the Los Angeles Police Academy. She had been married to another police officer, Bill Duncan, but was presumably already divorced when first seen. Her father is an ex-military man named Col. Blaylock, implying that her maiden name was Sabrina Blaylock; it is implied (by Blaylock in dialog) that her mother is deceased.


Covers and Techniques

Sabrina found exercise bicycles tiring, and gave up rather than attempting to match Grace Rodeheaver during an assignment.[2]

In 1979, Sabrina was awarded an honourary degree from Blackmoor College in recognition of her contribution to the solving of a murder that had happened on the campus.[3]

Sabrina skied well enough to be a leader in the World Pro-Am Skiing Competition, and nearly beat Carl Hansworth in slalom.

Fellow Angels

Sabrina was one of the founding Angels, alongside Kelly Garrett and Jill Munroe. After Jill resigned, Sabrina worked with her sister, Kris, for about two years.

Appearances

Sabrina was the leader of the Angels for the first three seasons.



References

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