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Mary Woronov

  • Birthday:December 8, 1943
  • Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York
  • Aka: Penny Arcade / Mary Waronov
  • Biography: Mary Woronov is an American actress. She is well known for her roles in the 1975 cult film Death Race 2000 and the 1979 Rock 'n' Roll High School, but her breakthrough was the 1982 cult film Eating Raoul. Mary Woronov is also well known for her role on Babylon 5 as a Narn named Ko'Dath; she was the second actress to play the role. In the mid 1960s she appeared as a dancer in Andy Warhol's Exploding. Plastic. Inevitable., which featured the Velvet Underground. Mary Woronov is a well known B movie actress, appearing in over 80 films. She has starred in several films with "Eating Raoul" co-star Paul Bartel. Mary Woronov was in the 1984 movie Night of the Comet with "Eating Raoul" co-star Robert Beltran. She has made guest appearances in some TV shows like Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Knight Rider, Babylon 5, and Highlander.
    Mary Woronov is an American actress. She is well known for her roles in the 1975 cult film Death Race 2000 and the 1979 Rock 'n' Roll High School, but her breakthrough was the 1982 cult film Eating Raoul. Mary Woronov is also well known for her role on Babylon 5 as a Narn named Ko'Dath; she was the second actress to play the role. In the mid 1960s she appeared as a dancer in Andy Warhol's Exploding. Plastic. Inevitable., which featured the Velvet Underground. Mary Woronov is a well known B movie actress, appearing in over 80 films. She has starred in several films with "Eating Raoul" co-star Paul Bartel. Mary Woronov was in the 1984 movie Night of the Comet with "Eating Raoul" co-star Robert Beltran. She has made guest appearances in some TV shows like Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Knight Rider, Babylon 5, and Highlander.

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Eating Raoul (1982) 2 clips of total 2 clips Butt 2010-05-01
Sugar Cookies (1977) 5 clips of total 12 clips Top Less 2006-07-09
Death Race 2000 (Special Edition) (1975) 2 clips of total 7 clips Full Frontal 2010-09-14