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Hyla Marrow (1950–2016)

Hyla was born in 1950 and became an accomplished gymnast and dancer, leading to a long career as a stunt woman and actress in over 80 films. She was also a successful day-trader and a passionate cat-lover who created a Trust that since her death in 2016 has benefited over 60 organizations in Southern California that help homeless cats find medical... See full bio »

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Known For

Maniac Disco Girl
(1980)
Vigilante Rosie
(1982)
The Death Collector Mrs. Keeler / Klein
(1976)
Hostage Nurse
(1986)

Filmography

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 1986/II Hostage
Nurse
 1982 Vigilante
Rosie
 1981 So Fine
Nun
 1980 Maniac
Disco Girl
 1976 The Death Collector
Mrs. Keeler / Klein
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 1983 Amityville 3-D (stunts)
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 1983 2 on the Town (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 25 February 1983 (1983) ... Self
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 2000 The American Nightmare (Documentary)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Article: How To Fall Without Being Hurt by Hyla Marrow. Napa Valley Register, Napa, California, USA, page 12. See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Interview | 73 Articles | 1 Pictorial | See more »

Height:

5' 4" (1.63 m)
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Trivia:

When Hyla started doing film stunts she was one of only three women in the Professional Stuntmen's Association and was aware that the occupation was not considered especially lady-like. In 1983 Hyla did a pictorial in Oui Magazine and in the accompanying interview said she wanted to make a statement to other women who might want to enter the profession and hoped the photos would prove it was ... See more »

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