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Kristen Vigard

Kristen Vigard was born on May 15, 1963 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. She is an actress, known for One Life to Live (1968), Guiding Light (1952) and The Black Stallion (1979). See full bio »
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 2001 Things Behind the Sun
Singing Voice (uncredited)
 1996 Grace of My Heart
Denise Waverly (singing voice, uncredited)
 1987 Amazing Stories (TV Series)
- Moving Day (1987) ... Karen
 1986 The Equalizer (TV Series)
- Joyride (1986) ... Rachel
 1984 License to Kill (TV Movie)
Lynne Peterson
 1983 The Survivors
Candice Paluso
 1983 Fame (TV Series)
Alicia Penderton
- U.N. Week (1983) ... Alicia Penderton
 1979 The Black Stallion
 1978 Home to Stay (TV Movie)
 1968 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Joy O'Neill #1 (1984-1985)
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 1996 Grace of My Heart (performer: "Hey There", "In Another World", "God Give Me Strength", "Man From Mars", "A Boat on the Sea")
 1995 Clueless ("SUPERMODEL")
 1992 Dr. Giggles (performer: "The Party's Over")
 1992 Ladybugs (performer: "Moment of Truth") / (writer: "Moment of Truth")
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 2013 The Walking Shadow of Danny O'Shea (Short) (set dresser) (completed)
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 2006 Life After Tomorrow (Documentary)
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Television Commercial for Oxy-10 (1980) See more »

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Kristin Vigard


5' 4" (1.63 m)

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Was the original "Annie" in the original production of the musical before it went to Broadway. She was released from the production after about a week, not because of her performance, but because she looked too sweet and delicate, and the director wanted Annie to look like she had had more of a hard-knock life. The role then went to Andrea McArdle, who was the first to play it on Broadway. See more »

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