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Juliet Graham

Statuesque blonde Juliet Graham was born Bonnie Schiffer in Manhattan. Her father's family was Jewish while her mother's family were Episcopalians who where originally from England. Graham was raised in Fresh Meadows, Queens prior to moving with her family to Jamaica Estates. Juliet not only attended a Jewish school, but also went to an ... See full bio »
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C.O.D. Amazon #1
The Vixens of Kung Fu (A Tale of Yin Yang) Seated Student - Teacher's Right


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 1984 Violated
Marilyn Diamond (as Chris MacLeod)
 1981 C.O.D.
Amazon #1 (as Chris MacLeod)
 1980 Kashish
 1979 Chapter Two
Blonde Woman Sitting in Bleachers (uncredited)
 1979 Gold of the Amazon Women (TV Movie) (as Bonnie Schiffer)
 1978 The Ganja Express
Diana (as Laura MacKenzie, Laura Mackenzie)
 1977 The Secret Dreams of Mona Q
Fantasy Stamp Dispenser (uncredited)
 1977 Emanuelle Around the World
Miss Ohio (as Elisabetta Terribile)
 1977 Annie Hall
Blonde Woman in Bookstore (uncredited)
 1976 Bloodsucking Freaks
Caged Girl - Blond Hair
 1976 The Night of the Spanish Fly
Sally Burke
 1976 Fantasex
Dolly the Saloon Girl
 1975 The Vixens of Kung Fu (A Tale of Yin Yang)
Seated Student - Teacher's Right (as Bonnie King)
 1975 The Story of Joanna
 1975 Too Many Pieces
Dominated Girl (uncredited)
 1975 Oriental Blue
Willing Blonde
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 1976 Alice in Wonderland: An X-Rated Musical Fantasy (performer: "Cards, Cards, Cards")

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Alternate Names:

Bonnie King | Laura MacKenzie | Chris MacLeod | Laura Mackenzie | Chris McLeod | Bonnie Schiffer | Elisabetta Terribile

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As Chris McLeod, hosted a show on NYC cable television in the early '80s. See more »

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