Renee Griffin

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Renee Griffin
Born (1968-05-30) May 30, 1968 (age 46)
Long Beach, California
Occupation Actress

Renee Griffin, aka Renee Allman, aka Renee Ammann (born May 30, 1968 in Long Beach, California), is an American actress.

Renee Griffin is married to actor James Marshall, who is the father of one of her sons (James David, b. 2002). She has a son, Dustin, from a previous relationship.

She was a regular cast member on the now-defunct ABC soap Port Charles, playing the part of Danielle Ashley from 1997-1998. In 2001 she appeared on the TV series Black Scorpion as the villain Aerobicide.

Griffin is best known for her role as Lanie in the cult favorite stoner film, The Stoned Age (1994), and as Angel who was decapitated in the 1991 action movie Showdown in Little Tokyo.

Renee has guest-starred on High Tide, Dangerous Women, Eye on L.A., and on the CBS hit CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

She studied drama at Fullerton College, where she appeared on stage in such plays as Crime of the Heart, Philadelphia Story, and The Star-Spangled Girl. Before that she attended Kennedy High School in La Palma California.

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