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Jeramie Rain

Jeramie Rain
Born (1948-08-23) August 23, 1948 (ageĀ 65)
Charleston, West Virginia
United States
Occupation Actress

Jeramie Rain (born August 23, 1948) is an American actress.

Life and career

Rain was born in Charleston, West Virginia. She is perhaps most notable for playing the character of "Sadie" in the Wes Craven film The Last House on the Left.[1] Her other credits include The Abductors and Preacherman. Rain also had a distinguished career as a writer/producer at NBC. She worked in Rockefeller Center as well as the Los Angeles location.

Throughout Rain's 20s and early 30s she was involved with such cultural icons as Bob Dylan, John Belushi, and John Savage.

When Rain was 34, she married and later divorced the Academy Award for Best Actor winner Richard Dreyfuss.[2] The two have three children together: Emily (born in 1983), Benjamin (born in 1986) and Harry (born in 1990).

In the early 1990s, she founded a Los Angeles-based charity to benefit children diagnosed with serious illnesses named "Mother's Touch".[3]

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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