Over the years, Janet Gunn has become quite an American success story. After graduating from Boswell High School in Saginaw, Texas, where she was a cheerleader for four years and the Homecoming Queen, she has worked at a variety of jobs, including stints as a car saleswoman, a personal assistant, 6-1/2 years as a flight attendant with Southwest Airlines and as one of the world-renowned Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. She has been very involved with gymnastics, both as an athlete and a coach. Incorporating her gymnastics and dancing talents, Miss Gunn served as Susan Howard's stunt double on the long-running TV show "Dallas" (1978). She also appeared in musicals at Fort Worth's Casa Manana Theater. She beat out over 200 other actresses to get the role of Kelly Cochran in the CBS series "Dark Justice" (1991). Since then, she has starred in movies on the big screen opposite such actors as Jean-Claude Van Damme, Andrew McCarthy, Christopher Lloyd and Lisa Zane. After guest-starring in a variety of TV series, she found herself right where she belonged--in her own show, starring with Chris Potter in USA Cable's "Silk Stalkings" (1991).