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Holly Palance
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    (August 5, 1950- )
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Acted in 'The Omen' (1976), 'Under Fire' (1983) and 'The Best of Times' (1986)
    Acted in the TV Miniseries, 'Dickens of London'
    Daughter of Jack Palance and Virginia Baker
    She is divorced.
    Her acting abilities are poor.
    She lives in her father's shadow.
    Her career was based largely on nepotism and her father's connections in the entertainment industry.
    She is only remembered as the creepy nanny who hangs herself in 'The Omen' ('it's all for you, Damien!').
    She tested for the part of Lois Lane in 1977 - the test was cringe-inducing, with her 'Lois' coming off as both obnoxious and artificial.
    She lost out on the lead in 'The Winds of War' to Ali MacGraw.
    She claims to have been embarrassed when her father did his famous one-armed push up at the 1993 Oscars Ceremony.
    She briefly replaced her father's co-host on Ripley's Believe it or Not.
    She was subsequently replaced byMarie Osmond, likely for the recognition factor (as much as a father-daughter teaming sweetened the pot).
    Christopher Reeve won the part of Superman screen-testing with her.
    Her scene in 'The Omen' has a cult following with horror fanatics and often turns up on 'scariest movie moments' lists.
    She left New York City for Los Angeles after her home was robbed by a man wielding a knife.
    She has retired from film acting and is contented to live as a private citizen.
    She is a model 'movie star's daughter' in that she avoided controversy and maintained a good relationship with her parents (no tell-all books here).

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