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Claire Polan (1937–2003)

Claire Polan was born on December 31, 1937 as Claire Lynne Poland. She was an actress and producer, known for Five the Hard Way (1969), The Media Madman (1992) and B.O.R.N. (1988). She was married to Ross Hagen. She died on December 3, 2003 in Woodland Hills, California, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

Five the Hard Way
The Media Madman
B.O.R.N. Della Cassidy
Angels' Wild Women
Angels' Wild Women Love Child


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 1998 Invisible Dad (Video)
Investor #2
 1996 Friend of the Family II
Potential Nanny
 1996 Fugitive Rage (Video)
D.A. (as Claire Hagen)
 1996 Star Hunter (Video)
Mrs. Turner
 1995 Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold
Grocery Lady #1
 1995 Bikini Drive-In
Woman With Insect Repellent
 1992 The Media Madman
Casey (as Claire Hagen)
 1989 Action U.S.A.
FBI secretary (as Claire Hagen)
 1988 B.O.R.N.
Della Cassidy (as Claire Hagen)
 1983 Ladies Night
Carolyn (as Claire Hagen)
 1973 Bad Charleston Charlie (as Claire Hagen)
 1973 Wonder Women
Vera (as Claire Hagen)
 1972 Angels' Wild Women
Love Child
 1970 Here Come the Brides (TV Series)
Pat's Girl
- Another Game in Town (1970) ... Pat's Girl (as Claire Hagen)
 1969 Five the Hard Way
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Alternate Names:

Claire Hagen

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Worked as co-star, director, producer, and/or writer on several films with her husband Ross Hagen, many of which later became staples on the "Mystery Science Theater 3000" cable series. See more »

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