Birth Name: Maureen McCormick
Birth Place: Encino, California, USA
McCormick began acting in commercials at the age of 6 and, besides appearing in such classic sitcoms as "Bewitched", "My Three Sons" and "I Dream of Jeannie", provided the voice for the Chatty Cathy doll. She made her feature debut in Elia Kazan's "The Arrangement" (1969), starring Kirk Douglas and Faye Dunaway, but would not perform for the big screen again until "Pony Express Rider" (1976). Her best film work may have come as the high school girlfriend of Lorenzo Lamas in "Take Down" (1978), but it became increasingly difficult for her to get cast as anything but a teenager, despite her advancing years. After taking time away from the business to concentrate on building a family, McCormick...
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