|Date of Birth||28 January 1945, Beverly Hills, California, USA|
|Height||5' 3" (1.6 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Karen Lynn Gorney is the romantic star of Saturday Night Fever (1977): the dance partner and fantasy girlfriend who said "no" to John Travolta, and won his heart in this mega-hit film, released on DVD to raves. Miss Gorney is also the legendary "Tara Martin" (Tad's big sister, Erica's mortal enemy) on ABC's award-winning All My Children (1970). A classically trained Actress, and winner of the People's Choice and European Bravo Awards, Karen holds a BFA from Carngie Mellon and MFA from Brandeis University in Acting and Speech. She has received raves in New York City and throughout the United States performing everything from William Shakespeare to Neil Simon. Karen's 2000s films include A Crime (2006), with Harvey Keitel, and Searching for Bobby D (2005) [DeNiro], with Sandra Bernhard.
Karen was born in Beverly Hills, California, to Sondra Gorney, a public relations consultant, and Jay Gorney, a composer whose work includes the song "Brother Can you Spare a Dime". Karen's new CD of her dad's hits called "Hot Moonlight!" is in stores now, and has received international acclaim.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Karen Lynn Gorney
|Mark Toback||(July 1995 - present)|
|Ken Golden||(? - ?) (divorced)|