(December 30, 1948- )
Born in San Francisco, California
Actress and dancer
Appeared in the films ‘Revolution’ (1968), ‘Zabriske Point’ (1970) and ‘The Jerusalem File’ (1972)
Wrote ‘Art and Therapy’ and ‘Coming Alive: The Creative Expression Method’
Why she might be annoying
She said, ‘I'd never had any formal acting training, as you can tell immediately when you watch ‘Zabriskie Point.’’
She and ‘Zabriske Point’ co-star Mark Frechette joined a commune.
She married and divorced Dennis Hopper.
She left show biz after her third film, describing herself as ‘very close to burnout.’
Why she might not be annoying
She danced in the buff in ‘Revolution.’
’Zabriske Point’ director Michelangelo Antonioni said he was attracted to her ‘free, earth-child quality.’
She earned a masters degree in psychology.
She and her mother Anna, a dancer and choreographer called ‘the Martha Graham of the West,’ founded the Tamalpa Institute to promote the use of dance as therapy (1978).
Credit: C. Fishel
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