Louanne Sirota

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Louanne Sirota
Born Louanne Sirota
(1970-01-26) January 26, 1970 (age 45)
Fort Worth, Texas
Other names Louanne, Lulu
Years active 1978 - present
Spouse(s) Rob James Cattermole (M:2013-6-11)
Website
http://robjamestrio.com/bands.htm

Louanne Sirota (also known as simply Louanne) is an American actress and singer. She played the title role in Annie in the 2nd National Company in Los Angeles in 1979. At the time, she was the youngest ever picked for the role. After her breakthrough in the film Oh, God! Book II, she was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Actress in 1981.[1] She went on to play Annie again in the 1st National Company in 1981 for which she became the youngest recipient of the Drama-Logue Award for outstanding performance in 1981.[citation needed] She was seen as herself in the 2006 documentary Life After Tomorrow, about the women who have played orphans in "Annie."

Other awards in 1980:

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As Louanne[edit]

As Louanne Sirota[edit]

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