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Lisa Lucas (I)


Lisa Lucas was born in 1961 in Arizona, USA. She is an actress, known for Heart and Souls (1993), An Unmarried Woman (1978) and The Turning Point (1977). See full bio »

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in Arizona, USA

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Known For

Heart and Souls
Heart and Souls Eva Reilly
(1993)
An Unmarried Woman
(1978)
The Turning Point
(1977)

Filmography

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 1987 Hadley's Rebellion
Linda Johnson
 1986 Jake Speed
Girlfriend #1
 1983 The Powers of Matthew Star (TV Series)
Christianne
- Brain Drain (1983) ... Christianne
 1983 Family Ties (TV Series)
Sherry Marshall
- Sherry Baby (1983) ... Sherry Marshall
 1982 Forbidden Love (TV Movie)
Pamela
 1982 The Facts of Life (TV Series)
Annie
- The Source (1982) ... Annie
 1980 A Perfect Match (TV Movie)
Julie Larson
 1978 An Unmarried Woman
Patti
 1977 The Turning Point
Janina
 1976 Addie and the King of Hearts (TV Movie)
Addie Mills
 1975 The Easter Promise (TV Movie)
Addie Mills
 1974 The Migrants (TV Movie)
Molly Barlow
 1973 The Thanksgiving Treasure (TV Movie)
Addie Mills
 1972 The House Without a Christmas Tree (TV Movie)
Addie Mills
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 1978 An Unmarried Woman (performer: "Maybe I'm Amazed" (1970) - uncredited)

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Lisa went to Cordon Bleu and became a chef and lived in Paris for seven years. She built and opened a restaurant in Restaurant Row in NYC and then became investigative journalist in Florida and New York. She has been a reporter for the New York Daily News since 2007.

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