|Also Known As||Marjorie Goodson-Cutt|
|Born||October 1, 1962|
|Occupation||TV Model, Panelists, Artist|
|Spouse||Tim Cutt (divorced); William Cagle|
Marjorie Goodson-Cagle (formerly Majorie Goodson-Cutt;born October 1, 1962) is the daughter of Mark Goodson.
Marjorie Goodson was born on October 1, 1962 to Mark Goodson and Virgina McDavid.
In 1987, she became a model on Classic Concentration, replacing Diana Taylor. It was during this time that she met her husband associate director Tim Cutt. Together they had a daughter, Hannah, who was born in 1993. They have since divorced and Marjorie later remarried to William Cagle.
Cagle was also a panelists on the short-lived ABC daytime revival of Match Game (hosted by Ross Shafer) in 1990.
After Classic Concentration, Marjorie became a artist, inspired by her father's art collection.
Recently, Marjorie returned to her first love, which is dance. She has even produced a glorious coffeetable book.