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Brinke Stevens was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Stevens began her acting career with roles in such films as "Slumber Party Massacre" (1982) with Michelle Michaels, the Craig Wasson thrilling mystery "Body Double" (1984) and "Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity" (1987). She also appeared in "Nightmare Sisters" (1988), the fantastical comedy "Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama" (1988) with Linnea Quigley and "Grandma's House" (1989) with Eric Foster. She continued to act in productions like the comedic fantasy "My Lovely Monster" (1990) with Silvio Francesco-Valente, "Bad Girls From Mars" (1991) and the thriller "Roots of Evil" (1991) with Alex Cord. She also appeared in the Jan-Michael Vincent drama "Haunting Fear" (1991). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Erik Estrada horror movie "Spirits" (1992), "Teenage Exorcist" (1993) and the Patty McCormack horror feature "Mommy" (1995). She also appeared in the comedy "Bimbo Movie Bash" (1996) with Adrienne Barbeau and the comedy "Invisible Mom" (1997) with Dee Wallace Stone. Most recently, Stevens acted in "Disciples" (2015).

Brinke Stevens was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Stevens began her acting career with roles in such films as "Slumber Party Massacre" (1982) with Michelle Michaels, the Craig Wasson thrilling mystery "Body Double" (1984) and "Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity" (1987). She also appeared in "Nightmare Sisters" (1988), the fantastical comedy "Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama" (1988) with Linnea Quigley and "Grandma's House" (1989) with Eric Foster. She continued to act in productions like the comedic fantasy "My Lovely Monster" (1990) with Silvio Francesco-Valente, "Bad Girls From Mars" (1991) and the thriller "Roots of Evil" (1991) with Alex Cord. She also appeared in the Jan-Michael Vincent drama "Haunting Fear" (1991). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Erik Estrada horror movie "Spirits" (1992), "Teenage Exorcist" (1993) and the Patty McCormack horror feature "Mommy" (1995). She also appeared in the comedy "Bimbo Movie Bash" (1996) with Adrienne Barbeau and the comedy "Invisible Mom" (1997) with Dee Wallace Stone. Most recently, Stevens acted in "Disciples" (2015).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Sworn Enemy (1936) Kreel
2.
 Anna KarĂ©nina (1935) Train inspector
3.
 King Kelly of the U.S.A. (1934) Prince Alexis
4.
 Rafter Romance (1933) Gus Hoffman, grocer
5.
 Roar of the Dragon (1932) Dr. Prausnitz
6.
 Cimarron (1931) Grat Gulch
7.
 Are These Our Children (1931) [Heinrich] Heinie Krantz
8.
 The Way of All Men (1930) Nordling
9.
 Blue Skies (1929) Janitor
10.
 The Girl From Woolworth's (1929) Pa Donnelly
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Tony Scott ( 2006-03-06 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Born in a family of touring actors, Orlamond went to America at the end of the 19th century and started playing comedy roles for the Lubin Company in Philadelphia in 1912. At the end of the decade he joined with Metro and stayed for many years. With the advent of sound, his career was untouched, becoming quite elderly, he retired in 1937. Orlamond's brother Fritz and sister Ruth also appeared in American silent films, as did his wife, the former Madge Bertrand.

TLS ( 2006-05-03 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

b. William Andersen Orlamundt, August 1, 1867 Copenhagen, Denmark,
d. April 23, 1957 Los Angeles, CA

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