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Maria De Aragon

Gorgeous and beguiling brunette knockout Maria De Aragon was born on December 26, 1942 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Maria began her acting career with small roles in the movies "For Those Who Think Young," "Nightmare in the Sun," and "Come L'Amore." De Aragon carved out a nifty little niche portraying dangerous, but irresistible femme fatale types... See full bio »

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Known For

Wonder Women
Wonder Women Linda
(1973)
The Cremators
The Cremators Jeanne
(1972)
Teenager
Teenager Actress
(1974)
Street Wars
Street Wars French propietor
(1992)

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 1992 Street Wars
French propietor
 1979 City on Fire
Nurse (uncredited)
 1977 Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
Greedo (uncredited)
 1976 Where the Wind Dies
Patty
 1974 Teenager
 1973 Wonder Women
Linda
 1972 The Cremators
Jeanne (as Maria de Aragon)
 1970 Blood Mania
Victoria Waterman
 1970 Love Me Like I Do
Nanette Nolan
 1968 Come l'amore
Model
 1965 Nightmare in the Sun
Courtesan
 1964 For Those Who Think Young
Dancer (uncredited)
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 2014 From the Mouths of Babes (TV Series documentary)
Herself
- Sci Fi on Life (2014) ... Herself
- Sci Fi on Love (2014) ... Herself
- Sci Fi on Self (2014) ... Herself
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