A familiar face to television viewers thanks to her roles in numerous small-screen features, actress Sari Price carried her successful onscreen career to foreign soil when she moved to Norway in her later years. Price got her start studying under Sandy Meisner at New York's Neighborhood Playhouse, and it was during her stay in the Big Apple that the burgeoning actress formed a lifelong friendship with roommate Shirley Jones. A subsequent move to the West Coast found Price settling in Hollywood, where she made her TV debut in a 1966 episode of Gidget. Appearances on The Andy Griffith Show and The Partridge Family, in addition to supporting roles in Amelia Earhart and Born of Water (both 1976), helped build Price's resumé and offer her a bit more onscreen substance. The 1981 made-for-TV feature The People vs. Jean Harris was Price's final stateside performance, though she continued to act in such Norwegian films as Orion's Belt (1985), Hold My Heart (2002), and Lille frk Norge (2003). Price died of a heart attack October 14, 2003, in Oslo. She was 70.