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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
Vigilante Rosie
The Death Collector Mrs. Keeler / Klein
Hostage Nurse


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 1986/II Hostage
 1982 Vigilante
 1981 So Fine
 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)
- Episode dated 25 February 1983 (1983) ... Self
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 2000 The American Nightmare (Documentary)

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Other Works:

Article: Relax To Survive Falls by Hyla Marrow. Town Talk, Alexandria, Louisiana, USA, page 27 See more »

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


5' 4" (1.63 m)

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In the Brian De Palma thriller Blow Out (1981), Hyla tumbled down a 118' cliff with John Lithgow throttling her neck the whole way. The role required Hyla to "die" mid-fall with her lifeless limbs flying in all directions. Hyla recalled that when she hit the ground the crew rushed over thinking she had broken her legs. She hadn't, and De Palma shot the scene two more times. See more »

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