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Born: November 18, 1948 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: singer, actor

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Andrea Marcovicci was an accomplished actress who appeared in a variety of films throughout her Hollywood career. Marcovicci's acting career began mostly with her roles in various films, such as "The Front" (1976), "The Concorde - Airport '79" (1979) and "Kings and Desperate Men" (1981). She also appeared in "The Hand" (1981). She also appeared in the TV movie "Cry Rape!" (CBS, 1973-74). She worked in series television while getting her start in acting, including a part on "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" (CBS, 1967-1973). Marcovicci was nominated for a New Star Of The Year - Actress Golden Globe Award in 1976. Her film career continued throughout the eighties in productions like the sci-fi fantasy "Spacehunter" (1983) with Peter Strauss, "The Stuff" (1985) and the romance "Someone to Love" (1988) with Orson Welles. During the latter part of her career, she continued to act in the Danny DeVito comedic drama "Jack the Bear" (1993), the documentary "Who Is Henry Jaglom?" (1995) with Candice Bergen and the Tanna Frederick dramatic comedy "Irene in Time" (2009). Additionally, she appeared on the television special "Reno's Cabaret Reunion" (1989-1990). Marcovicci most recently acted in...

Andrea Marcovicci was an accomplished actress who appeared in a variety of films throughout her Hollywood career. Marcovicci's acting career began mostly with her roles in various films, such as "The Front" (1976), "The Concorde - Airport '79" (1979) and "Kings and Desperate Men" (1981). She also appeared in "The Hand" (1981). She also appeared in the TV movie "Cry Rape!" (CBS, 1973-74). She worked in series television while getting her start in acting, including a part on "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" (CBS, 1967-1973). Marcovicci was nominated for a New Star Of The Year - Actress Golden Globe Award in 1976. Her film career continued throughout the eighties in productions like the sci-fi fantasy "Spacehunter" (1983) with Peter Strauss, "The Stuff" (1985) and the romance "Someone to Love" (1988) with Orson Welles. During the latter part of her career, she continued to act in the Danny DeVito comedic drama "Jack the Bear" (1993), the documentary "Who Is Henry Jaglom?" (1995) with Candice Bergen and the Tanna Frederick dramatic comedy "Irene in Time" (2009). Additionally, she appeared on the television special "Reno's Cabaret Reunion" (1989-1990). Marcovicci most recently acted in "Driving By Braille" (2013) with Tammin Sursok. Marcovicci was married to Daniel Reichert and had one child.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Irene in Time (2009)
2.
 Who Is Henry Jaglom? (1995) Herself
3.
 Jack the Bear (1993) Elizabeth Leary
4.
 Water Engine, The (1992) Singer In The Dance Hall
5.
 Someone to Love (1987) Helen Eugene
6.
 Stuff, The (1985) Nicole
7.
 Velvet (1984) Erika Mueller
8.
 Spraggue (1984) Samara Weller
9.
 Spacehunter (1983) Chalmers
10.
 Packin' It In (1983) Rita Baumgarten
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Notes

"The reason I'm called sophisticated is because I'm fascinated with words and ideas and I insist on discussing them from the stage of the cabaret, whether it's the place for it or not. And because I choose the most sophisticated of the writers." --Andrea Marcovicci quoted in VANITY FAIR, December 1991

"To see and hear Marcovicci for the first time is to be captivated. To see and hear her for the second time, then for the third is to get over it. The artifice--the head tilted this way, the hand outstretched just so, the precise diction, the carefully calibrated pauses--begins to dominate. It's too bad, because Marcovicci has a pleasant, albeit rather thin, reedy voice, with the folksinger's timbe. More important, she has impeccable musical taste." --Joanne Kaufman writing in PEOPLE magazine, February 4, 1991

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companion:
Henry Jaglom. Director, screenwriter.
husband:
Daniel Reichert. Actor.

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daughter:
Alice Reichert.

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