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|Born||Cumberland, Maryland, USA|
|Other names||Rebeca Arthur Golden|
Arthur was raised in Cumberland, Maryland and a graduate of Fort Hill High School. After majoring in dance and drama at the University of Maryland, she moved to New York to pursue a career in entertainment. Following a string of jobs, she answered a classified ad search for "Real Life Charlie's Angels", and began a second career as a private investigator.[no citations needed here]
After three years of detective work, she returned to working in the entertainment industry. She landed recurring roles on both The Guiding Light and Search for Tomorrow. In December 1983, she moved to Los Angeles and was cast in guest-starring roles on Remington Steele and Newhart as well as a role in the feature film "About Last Night". From 1986 to 1993, she appeared on the television series, Perfect Strangers as Mary Anne Spencer, a neighbor and flight attendant, and the eventual wife of Balki Bartokomous (played by Bronson Pinchot).
|1997||Men Seeking Women||Sharon||Film|
|1996||Afterlife||Aria Goodhalo||Video game||Voice role|
|1995||Grace Under Fire||Janet||Television||Season 3, episode 6|
|1995||Get Shorty||Las Vegas Waitress||Film|
|1993||A Dangerous Woman||Checkout Girl||Film|
|1990||Match Game||herself||Television||episode aired on 12/10/1990, as a celebrity guest on a dating show|
|1990||Circus of the Stars||herself||Television||#15, as a celebrity guest performer|
|1989||Couch Potatoes||herself||Television||as a celebrity guest, reading TV trivia questions|
|1988–1989||Super Password||herself||Television||as a celebrity guest for 4 weeks of shows|
|1989||Circus of the Stars||herself||Television||#14, as a celebrity guest performer|
|1988||Circus of the Stars||herself||Television||#13, as a celebrity guest performer|
|1988||Battle of the Network Stars||herself||Television||episode XIX, ABC Team (the winner)|
|1987||The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||herself||Television||episode aired on November 18, 1987|
|1986||About Last Night...||Crystal||Film|
|1986–1993||Perfect Strangers||Mary Anne Spencer||Television|||
|1985||Newhart||Stewardess||Television||Season 4, episode 4: "Oh, That Morocco"|
|1985||Anything for Love||Jenny||Film|
- "City native, actress Rebeca Arthur Golden thankful for upbringing" (in en). The Cumberland Times-News. Oct 28, 2016. http://www.times-news.com/news/slice_of_life/city-native-actress-rebeca-arthur-golden-thankful-for-upbringing/article_e2208aae-9f81-5a24-bca8-0158225fbe42.html.
- Witbeck, C. (1987-04-04). "Rebeca Arthur Article". The Times-News, Hendersonville, North Carolina. http://www.perfectstrangers.tv/timesnews040487.htm.
- McNeil, Alex (1996). Total Television: The Comprehensive Guide to Programming from 1948 to the Present. Penguin Books. pp. 651. ISBN 0140249168. https://books.google.com/books?id=dctkAAAAMAAJ&q.
- The Complete Dirctory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-Present. Ballantine Books. 2003. p. 926. ISBN 0-345-45542-8.
- Bianculli, David (1992). Teleliteracy: Taking Television Seriously. Syracuse University Press. ISBN 0815606532. https://books.google.com/books?id=fcNRPmanzP0C&dq.