|Born||in Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Bridget Michele Levin|
|Height||5' 2" (1.57 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Bridget Michele Levin is the eldest child of Henry and Judith Levin. Her father was a self made millionaire who earned his fortune in manufacturing and distribution enterprises like Triple L liquor supplies and Snak King. She began ice skating at the age of 5 with dreams to compete in the Olympics but due to a knee injury in her early teens she was forced to give up skating and turned her focus on acting.
She made her debut appearance in the 1983 TV movie Two Kinds of Love (1983) alongside Lindsay Wagner and Ricky Schroder and became a series regular playing various characters in the short lived TV series FTV (1985), where teenagers parodied popular music videos.
In 1987, she was cast in her most famous role as Diane Foley, a cool blonde with an eye for fashion and male attention in the NBC musical comedy drama "Rags To Riches". The show was set in early 1960s and starred Joseph Bologna as Nick Foley, head of Foley Foods who adopts five orphan girls to boost his public image. Despite being popular the show was canceled part way through its second season finishing in January 1988.
Few appearances followed including a brief role in The Elevator (1996), written by Gabriel Bologna, the son of her "Rags To Riches" co-star Joseph Bologna and her last role to date was in 1996's Santa with Muscles (1996). From then on she seems to have retired from acting.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Craig Cooper