Lorraine Ziff

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Lorraine Ziff (born in Bronx, New York) is an American actress[1] She received a Bachelor of Arts double degree in theater and communications from Marymount College, Tarrytown and her master's degree in social work from Fordham. As an actress she stars alongside Robert Picardo and Gary Busey in "Mansion of Blood", which, originally planned for 2012, is now scheduled for a 2014 release.[2] She also appears in Treachery with Michael Biehn and co-stars in the forthcoming supernatural Western Six Gun Savior with Eric Roberts.

She is married to insurance broker Laurence F. Ziff and is the mother of the actor and model Matthew Ziff. She and her husband, who has previously served as a trustee of the Garden State Cancer Center, are philanthropically active in raising money for cancer research.[3] Ziff is also a licensed psycho-therapist, a skill which she has indicated can come in handy on the set [4]

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  • Screen Actors Guild profile - [1]