Robyn Douglass Net Worth

Robyn Douglass was born on June 21, 1953 in  Sendai, Japan, Japan, is Actress. Robyn Douglass is an American actress and model who was born on June 21, 1953 in Sendai, Japan . The oldest of two brothers and a sister, Robyn grew up in San Francisco the daughter of an Army pediatrician father and a mother who was a psychologist. She spent twelve years at an all-girl Catholic School, an experience she blames for her initial typecasting in "goody two-shoes roles." She began acting while attending the Catholic school in Mountain View, California. Enrolling at the University of California at San Francisco as a pre-Vet major, she quit in her final year to pursue her first love -- acting. She studied her craft at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre before moving to Chicago. The young actress spent four years doing commercials while studying with Del Close at Second City and Lou Conte at the Hubbard Street Dance Theatre. Robyn's first big break in her career came when she was discovered by director Peter Yates in her hometown of Chicago and cast as Dennis Christopher's heart-throb -- the very nice college coed in the critically-acclaimed film, Breaking Away (1979). She was since appeared on Galactica 1980 (1980), Trapper John, M.D. (1979) and the pilot for Tenspeed and Brown Shoe (1980). Douglass has also appeared in several ABC-TV movies of the week, including The Clone Master (1978), The Girls in the Office (1979) and Golden Gate (1981).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day June 21, 1953
Birth Place  Sendai, Japan, Japan
Birth Sign Cancer
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1978–1999

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Douglass's known acting career spanned 21 years, from 1978 to 1999. She was featured in the films Breaking Away, Romantic Comedy, and The Lonely Guy, and she had a recurring role on the television series Galactica 1980. Before all this, she had appeared on the cover of the December 1974 edition of Playboy.


Nude and erotic photos of Douglass also appeared in the 1981 edition of Hustler, which led to her filing a lawsuit against the magazine. In the suit she claimed that the photos were published without her permission and portrayed her in a false light, including as a lesbian, which damaged her career as an advertising model. A jury ruled in her favor, but in 1985 the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed the judgement and ordered a new trial. The United States Supreme Court let the order stand without comment.


In 1984, Douglass appeared in the fact-based made-for-television comedy-drama film Her Life As A Man, an adaptation of "My Life As A Man," an article Carol Lynn Mithers had written for the Village Voice. Her character, Carly Perkins, was an aspiring female reporter who sought a sportswriting job on a national magazine whose Editor was infamously chauvinistic, and she disguised herself as a man, using the alias of Carl Parsons, convincingly enough to be able to get the inside story she wanted.


On December 2, 2000, Douglass became Robyn Halprin when she married Criminal defense attorney Rick Halprin, who was known for the high-profile clients, including Chicago crime boss Joseph Lombardo, whom he represented.


In 2002, the Halprins sued Prairie Single Family Homes of Dearborn Park Association under the Civil Rights Act of 1968, claiming that the neighborhood association was allowing harassment of the couple because Halprin was Jewish. In 2004, in a decision much-debated among attorneys, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed part of a lower court's dismissal of the case on narrow grounds. Douglass later divorced Halprin.