During “Charlie's Angels” run, Cheryl took advantage of her immense popularity by releasing a debut singing album that produced a top 40 single, “Think It Over.” Cheryl sang the national anthem at the 1980 Super Bowl.
After “Charlie's Angels” was canceled in 1981, Cheryl acted in more than 30 made for TV movies, including a biopic of Grace Kelly. She said her one regret was turning down the lead in “The Burning Bed,” a story that brought national attention to battered wives That role was taken by Farrah, who received an Emmy nomination.
Cheryl acted in the cult favorite “Poison Ivy,” in 1993, and had a recurring role as James Caan's wife Jillian Deline in the TV series “Las Vegas” (2003-2008).
A golfing aficionado, Cheryl released the book "Token Chick: A Woman's Guide to Golfing with the Boys," in 2005, recounting her experiences on the links.