Lois Hamilton
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Armed Response (1986)
[ Michelle Bauer ][ Bobbie Bresee ]
Summer Rental (1985)
[ Kerri Green ]
Invitation to Hell (1984)
[ Soleil Moon Frye ][ Joanna Cassidy ][ Susan Lucci ]
Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (1983)
[ Lauren Hutton ][ Gail Strickland ]
Pray TV (1982)
Honky Tonk Freeway (1981)
[ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Teri Garr ][ Jessica Tandy ]
Stripes (1981)
[ Sean Young ][ P.J. Soles ][ Roberta Leighton ][ Susan Mechsner ]
The Cannonball Run (1981)
[ Farrah Fawcett ][ Adrienne Barbeau ][ Valerie Perrine ][ Bianca Jaggar ][ Tara Buckman ]
Baby Talk (1979)
The Electric Horseman (1979)
[ Jane Fonda ][ Valerie Perrine ]
Topper (1979)
[ Rue McClanahan ][ Kate Jackson ]
The Crush (1978)
Are You in the House Alone? (1978)
[ Blythe Danner ][ Kathleen Beller ][ Robin Mattson ]
The Sunshine Boys (1975)
[ Rosetta LeNoire ][ Lee Meredith ]
Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972)
[ Sally Kellerman ][ Paula Prentis ]

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Lois Hamilton (Areno) personified a new wave of actresses who built careers on both beauty and brains. Lois attend Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennslyvannia, and the University of Florence in Florence, Italy, where she received degrees in Psychology and Fine Arts. As a top Ford model in the late 1970s, Lois graced the covers and pages of countless magazines, such as "Cosmopolitan", "Fortune", "Mademoiselle", "Italian Vogue", "Prevue", "Neue Revue Illustrierte", "Newsweek", "Paris Match", "Hello", "Redbook", "Ladies' Home Journal", "Glamour", "Time", and many others. Some of her ad campaigns included Chanel, Clarol, Halston, Pucci and Hermes, and she appeared in over 150 commercials worldwide. She was one of the pioneers who made the successful transition from model to actress. When she came to Los Angeles her career immediately took off and she found herself splashed all over the television and movie screens. Within a year she landed more TV stints than any other actress at ICM. She worked with such luminaries as Ivan Reitman, Neil Simon, Sydney Pollack, Robert Redford, Ned Beatty, Burt Reynolds, John Candy, John Larroquette, Dom DeLuise, Roger Moore, Bill Murray, Jane Fonda, Dean Martin, Carl Reiner, David Carradine, Sammy Davis Jr., Steve Guttenberg, Howard W. Koch, Albert S. Ruddy and Hal Needham, to name a few. She was one of the privileged few to be photographed by George Hurrell Sr. before his death. When she wasn't involved in a feature film or television project, she took to the skies--she was a licensed private pilot. She logged over 600 hours and was an accomplished aerobatic pilot flying her 1936 German biplane. In addition, Lois was also a titled Italian baroness with a family that lays claim to the most noble of ancestries dating back to 11th-century Naples. Not one to be typecast as just another pretty face, and in keeping with her artistic talents, she was also an accomplished sculptress, painter and writer. She exhibited her bronze sculptures and oil paintings in many one-woman shows in Los Angeles. An author as well, she penned her first novel, "Move Over Tarzan," a woman's guide on how to be as assertive as the most aggressive, successful man using a woman's femininity. Lois Hamilton was definitely a woman ahead of her time.

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