Cookie Mueller (1949–1989)

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Dorothy Karen "Cookie" Mueller was born 2 March, 1949 in Baltimore, Maryland. The daughter of Frank Lennert Mueller and Anne Mueller, Cookie had two siblings: brother Michael and sister Judy. Mueller grew up in the suburbs of Baltimore and acquired the nickname 'Cookie' when she was a baby. Cookie embarked on road trips with her family throughout ... See full bio »

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Known For

Female Trouble Concetta
Multiple Maniacs Cookie Divine / Cavalcade Patron


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 2000 Downtown 81
2nd Go-Go Dancer
 1983 Variety
Woman in Bar
 1982 Smithereens
Horror Movie Sequence
 1981 Polyester
Betty Lalinski
 1981 A Coupla White Faggots Sitting Around Talking (Video)
Dominatrix Mavis
 1981 Subway Riders
Penelope Trasher
 1980 Underground U.S.A.
The barmaid
 1979 Seduction of Patrick (Short)
 1978 Final Reward
 1977 Desperate Living
 1974 Female Trouble
 1972 Pink Flamingos
 1970 Multiple Maniacs
Cookie Divine / Cavalcade Patron
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 2000 Downtown 81 (in memory of)
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 2005 TV Party (Video documentary)
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 2018 Dreamlanders: Little Taffy (Video documentary short)

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Book - "Fan Mail, Frank Letters, and Crank Calls" 1988 See more »

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Somehow I got the nickname Cookie before I could walk. It didn't matter to me; they could call me whatever they wanted.


Was an art critic for Details magazine, and a columnist for the East Village Eye and Bomb(an art magazine). See more »



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