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Rebbie Jackson

Rebbie Jackson was born on May 29, 1950 in Gary, Indiana, USA as Maureen Reilette Jackson. She is an actress, known for Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (1995), Rebbie Jackson: Plaything (1988) and Rebbie Jackson & Robin Zander: You Send the Rain Away (1986). She was previously married to Nathaniel Brown. See full bio »

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 1998 Rebbie Jackson: Yours Faithfully (Video short)
 1988 Rebbie Jackson: Plaything (Video short)
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 1984 Rebbie Jackson: Centipede (Video short)
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Biggest hit "Centipede" (1984) (Michael Jackson wrote for her) No.24 Pop See more »

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5' 2" (1.57 m)
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Daughters Stacee Brown and Yashi Brown formed a trio, with actress Lark Voorhies, in 1994. See more »

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