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Laurie Bird (1953–1979)


Laurie Bird was a cute and charming actress who appeared in only three pictures during her regrettably short-lived career. Bird was born on September 26, 1953 in Long Island, New York. Laurie was working as a model when she was chosen by director Monte Hellman, from nearly 500 women, to portray "The Girl" in Two-Lane Blacktop (1971). Bird gave a ... See full bio »

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Known For

Annie Hall
Annie Hall Tony Lacey's Girlfriend
(1977)
Two-Lane Blacktop
(1971)
Cockfighter
Cockfighter Dody White Burke
(1974)
Within These Walls
Within These Walls Camera and Electrical Department
(1974)

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 1977 Annie Hall
Tony Lacey's Girlfriend (as Lauri Bird)
 1974 Cockfighter
Dody White Burke
 1971 Two-Lane Blacktop
The Girl
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 1974 Cockfighter (still photographer)
 1974 Within These Walls (TV Series) (lighting technician)
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 1971 Two-Lane Blacktop (performer: "Stealin'", "Satisfaction" (uncredited))
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 2015 Welcome to the Basement (TV Series)
The Girl
- The Great Silence (2015) ... The Girl

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Was living with Art Garfunkel when she committed suicide in their Manhattan penthouse. Art Garfunkel wrote the prose poem series "Still Water" in his attempt to deal with her death. See more »

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