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Born: April 11, 1939 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...


"I think we all go through cycles of getting knocked down to our knees and getting up again. But one day, you get knocked down and you can't get up." --Louise Lasser in NEW YORK POST, March 5, 1997

Louise Lasser on her marriage to Woody Allen and his publicized troubles with Mia Farrow: "When you fall in love with somebody and marry them, are you all of a sudden going to stop loving them? Something went awry or you wouldn't be apart, but you still care about them, and always will. . . . Who knows if anybody's right? But when you're close to someone, you'll stand by them through thick or thin. And I stand by Woody Allen." --quoted in NEW YORK POST, March 5, 1997

"I hated how I looked, like a whale. And I am still dieting, because I want to do more and more acting. For that, you have to look as good as you possibly can." --Lasser to NEW YORK POST, March 5, 1997.

On her "Mary Hartman" year: "I could go into anyone's kitchen in America and have dinner. It was the best and worst of times."

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