Lori Lethin is an actress best known for her role in the Sci-Fi TV movie drama "The Day After." But can also be remembered as an 80's Scream Queen for her roles in "Bloody Birthday", "The Prey" and "Return to Horror High."
Lori started her acting career in 1979 on a whim. One day she just decided to pack up an move to Hollywood.
Her first TV appearance was on the hit show "Charlie's Angels" as Bo Fleming. From there she went on to do several guest spots in other number one hit shows - like "Barnaby Jones", "The Dukes of Hazzard", "Hill Street Blues", "Magnum PI", "The A-Team", "Diff'rent Strokes", "ER", "Murder She Wrote" and of course "Matlock" just to name a few.
However, what she enjoyed doing the most was the handful of horror films that she starred in. Starting with "Bloody Birthday", then "The Prey", on to "Return to Horror High", along with one episode in the 80's horror TV series titled "Werewolf."
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