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Deborah Raffin: movie and TV actress, Dove audio-book entrepreneur has died Deborah Raffin, film and television actress, and Dove Books on Tape co-founder, died yesterday, Nov. 22, of leukemia at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Raffin was 59. (Photo: Deborah Raffin ca. 1975.) Born in Los Angeles on March 13, 1953, Raffin was the daughter of mid-’40s 20th Century Fox contract player Trudy Marshall (Dragonwyck, Sentimental Journey) and meat broker and restaurateur Philip Raffin. Deborah Raffin movies Deborah Raffin was featured [...] »

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