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Lillian Garrett

Lillian Garrett was born on June 24, 1945 in Buenos Aires, Argentina as Lillian Groag. She is known for her work on Fatal Attraction (1987), Jaws: The Revenge (1987) and The Doll Squad (1973). She was previously married to Frank Bonner. See full bio »

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Fatal Attraction
Fatal Attraction Party Guest
Jaws: The Revenge
Jaws: The Revenge Additional Voices
The Doll Squad
The Doll Squad Nancy Malone
Doppelganger Additional voices


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 1993 Doppelganger
Additional voices (voice)
 1990 Equal Justice (TV Series)
Lori Benitez
- Goodbye, Judge Green (1990) ... Lori Benitez
 1987 Fatal Attraction
Party Guest
 1987 Werewolf (TV Series)
- The Black Ship (1987) ... Rita
 1987 Jaws: The Revenge
Additional Voices (voice)
 1986 Inside Out
 1986 Hamburger: The Motion Picture
Russell's Parent
 1982 Lou Grant (TV Series)
- Beachhead (1982) ... Nunez
 1980 G.I.'s (TV Movie)
Peasant Lady (as Lillian Garret-Bonner)
 1979 WKRP in Cincinnati (TV Series)
Mitzi Monahan
- Carlson for President (1979) ... Mitzi Monahan (as Lillian Garrett-Bonner)
 1976 Police Story (TV Series)
Red Haired Girl
- Spanish Class (1976) ... Red Haired Girl
 1975 The Bob Newhart Show (TV Series)
'Shingle', Rita Montez / Rita Montez
- Emily Hits the Ceiling (1975) ... 'Shingle', Rita Montez
- Think Smartly--Vote Hartley (1975) ... Rita Montez
 1973 The Doll Squad
Nancy Malone
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 1997 Washington Square (adr voice)

Personal Details

Other Works:

(July to October 1992) Her play, "The Ladies of the Camellias," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Kenneth Albers was director. Henry Woronicz was artistic director. See more »

Alternate Names:

Lillian Garret-Bonner | Lillian Garrett-Bonner

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Lillian guest-starred on her ex-husband's, Frank Bonner, TV series WKRP in Cincinnati (1978). See more »

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