Sondra Currie

Sondra Marie Currie (born January 11, 1952) is an American actress.

Currie was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Donald Currie and actress Marie Harmon, who made several movies in the 1940s.[1] She is the sister of the twin singers Cherie Currie and Marie Currie. She began her acting career in several B movies. Her first role was in the 1970 western movie Rio Lobo, even though she was not credited for it. She got her first major role as Lacy Bond in 1974's action movie Policewomen.

Tired of being labelled as a tough B-movie actress, she started to have guest star roles in many popular sitcoms such as The Odd Couple, Magnum, P.I., Knight Rider, Three's Company, The Golden Girls, Columbo and Cheers.

In the late-1970s, she met Alan J. Levi while auditioning for a movie. They fell in love and married in 1989. They have a production company called Lumina Pictures and Entertainment LTD and has successfully produced several plays including 1987's The Chesterfield Woman.

She is a member of Women in Film,[2] Women in Theatre[3] and EMA.[4] One of her most rewarding endeavors is being a member of SHARE,[5] a charity devoted to helping abused, developmentally disabled children and those with Aids. "This is a place where I might really be able to make a difference, I see it first hand. The children are so receptive, such a positive experience. It helps me keep everything else in perspective."[6] She is also a founding member of The Theatre Group, a 140-member Los Angeles-based theater company presenting work at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and The Skylight Theatre.

Sondra Currie

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