THIRTY years after she traded comic jabs with Tim Allen, actress Patricia Richardson has resurfaced looking practically unrecognizable.
The Home Improvement star shared a new photo of a TV family reunion.
Patricia recently posted a pic surrounded by crew members she befriended when she starred on the medical drama Strong Medicine.
The Lifetime network show ran from 2000 to 2006, and the crew clearly kept in touch.
Last month, the 72-year-old celebrated Independence Day with several of her show friends, while also giving fans an update on her own life.
Patricia smiled as she leaned in for the snap, revealing her long, now gray hair.
She squinted her eyes as she stood behind a holiday cake, surrounded by her former colleagues.
Patricia explained in the caption: “A Strong Medicine reunion.
“Shauna and Shawn best most fun makeup and hair artists and friends, Ronit directed a favorite episode, is the absolutely greatest script supervisor anyone could ask for.
“A happy early July 4th celebration at the beautiful marina.”
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She followed that up with a photo showing she still had her sexiness, as she flashed her legs while tanning in the backyard that same day.
Patricia may have spent several years on Strong Medicine, but she is still best known for playing Jill Taylor – wife of Tim the Toolman Taylor – on the ABC sitcom Home Improvement.
Her performance saw her nominated four times for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and twice for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical.
FAR FROM HOME
While the show ended in 1999, her TV family have found themselves back in the news recently, when Zachery Ty Bryan, who played eldest son Brad Taylor, was arrested for domestic violence last week for a second time.
Zachery, 41, found himself in trouble in October 2020 for allegedly strangling his girlfriend.
Neighbors in Eugene, Oregon called police when they heard the former TV star and a woman in an argument that appeared to culminate in a physical fight.
Reports state the one time child-star was found by police sitting outside the apartment when they arrived.
Witnesses said his relationship with the woman was romantic, but it is not clear how they are connected, nor whose apartment they were fighting in.
The alleged victim told police that Zachery closed his hands around her throat and squeezed, as if to strangle her.
The Eugene Police Department also sated that Zachery also attempted to take the woman’s phone away when she dialled 911.
But report say she was able to escape to a safe place.
Zachery was arrested on three charges of Strangulation, fourth-degree assault and interfering with making a report to police.
As an adult, Zachery continued to work on TV with roles on Cold Case, Burn Notice and the Marvel TV movie THOR: Hammer of the Gods.
His film credits include a 2006 appearance in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.