Sondra Currie is an American actress. Currie is the daughter of Donald Currie and former actress Marie Harmon, who made several movies in the 1940s and the sister of the twin singers Cherie Currie and Marie Currie. She began her acting career in several B movies and appeared in 1970's Rio Lobo, in an uncredited role. She got her first major role as Lacy Bond in the 1974 exploitation film Policewomen. It was on the set of this film that she met her future husband Tony Young, to whom she was married until 1986. In the late-1970s, she met Alan J. Levi while auditioning for a movie. They married in 1989. They have a production company called Lumina Pictures and Entertainment LTD which has produced several plays including 1987's The Chesterfield Woman
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Born 1952-01-11 (67 years ago) in Los Angeles.
Height 163 centimeters.
|Alan J. Levi(Gifta: 1989-06-10–)||1989-06-10||Gifta|
|Tony Young(Gifta: 1976-03-20–1986)||1976-03-20||1986||Gifta|
Marie Harmon, Donald Currie
Cherie Currie, Marie Currie, Don Currie Jr.