- Expressions, Definition. Audra Lindley, Audra Lindley (September 24, 1918- October 16, 1997) was an American actress. (references).
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- Company starring John Ritter, after Audra Lindley and Norman Fell left the show to star in a short- lived spinoff series ("The Ropers").
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- Dennis Quaid (assisted). “Tales From The Crypt”- HBO Series. Audra Lindley, M.
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- PH-92: Ballroom Audra Lindley, 1979 (2 copies; See also U-10). PH-93: PH- 102: Ballroom Audra Lindley and unidentified actor, 1979 (See also.
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- Julius LaRosa. Louise Latham. Linda Lavin.
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- At the George Street Playhouse, he has directed "The Root" by Gary Richards, "Foxfire" starring Audra Lindley and James Whitmore and "The Engagement" by Richard Vetere.
- Audra Lindley - IMDb
- Audra Lindley, Actress: Another World. Audra was born in Los Angeles, California to parents (Bert Lindley) in show business.
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- Audra Lindley. Audra Lindley AKA Audra Marie Lindley. Born: 24-Sep-1918.
- Audra Lindley (1918 - 1997) - Find A Grave Memorial
- Feb 3, 2000 Search Amazon for Audra Lindley. Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery Santa Monica Los Angeles County California, USA Plot: Section 18, L-141.
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