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|Born||Lala Cassandra Sloatman
October 12, 1970
Winter Park, Florida, U.S.
|Other names||Lala Zappa
|Occupation||Model, actress, costumer|
|Spouse(s)||Chris Robinson (m. 1996–98)|
Lala Cassandra Sloatman (born October 12, 1970) is an American model, actress and costumer. Her uncle was musician Frank Zappa; her cousins are Ahmet, Diva, Moon and Dweezil Zappa. She is frequently billed by her first name only, and sometimes as Lala Zappa.
Born in Winter Park, Florida, Sloatman's first name is the Hawaiian form of Laura. Her father is second-generation Marine John Sloatman III, whose sister Gail is musician Frank Zappa's widow. Sloatman ultimately moved to Santa Barbara, California, and after that to Los Angeles. She has numerous half-siblings on both sides of her family.
In the 1980s, Sloatman appeared in the films Watchers (1988) and Dream a Little Dream (1989), alongside her then-boyfriend Corey Haim. Haim personally suggested her for the lead in a third movie, Prayer of the Rollerboys (1991), but she lost out to Patricia Arquette. Sloatman's additional movie work includes Bunny Bunny Bunny (a short film which co-starred her cousin Moon and Kyle Richards), Pump Up the Volume (1990), Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993, as Lauren Holly's college roommate), Buy One, Get One Free* (1996), Manfast (2003), Net Games (2003, as a sexy serial killer) and Sofia Coppola's Somewhere (2010).
|1988||Tequila Sunrise||Sin Sister #2 (cameo role)||Credited as Lala|
|1988||Watchers||Tracey||Credited as Lala|
|1989||Dream a Little Dream||Shelley||Credited as Lala|
|1990||Joe Versus the Volcano||Blond Waitress in Chinese restaurant (cameo role)||Credited as Lala|
|1990||Adventures of Ford Fairlane, TheThe Adventures of Ford Fairlane||Sorority Girl (cameo role)||Credited as Lala|
|1990||Pump Up the Volume||Janie|
|1991||L.A. Story||Ariel's lesbian girlfriend||Scenes deleted|
|1993||Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story||Sherry Schnell|
|1993||Amityville: A New Generation||Llanie||Credited as Lala
|1994||Cityscrapes: Los Angeles||Angel|
|1996||Buy One, Get One Free*||Sophie||Alternative title: Fix and Flinch|
|2003||Pauly Shore Is Dead||Hooker in Loft|
|2003||Net Games||Angel||Alternative title: Net G@mes|
|2003||Manfast||Taylor/Narrator||Alternative title: Holding Out|
- Allis, Tim; Alexander, Michael (1988-08-08). "Behind the Wheel of License to Drive, Fast Starter Corey Haim Guns His Biggest Star Vehicle to Date". People. 30 (6).
- Variety review of Somewhere
- Basham, David (2001-01-02). "Black Crowes' Chris Robinson Weds Kate Hudson". mtv.com. Retrieved 3 July 2010.
- "Kate Hudson, Chris Robinson Separate". people.com. 2006-08-14. Retrieved 3 July 2010.
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