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Also Known As: Madolyn Smith Osborne Died:
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Birth Place: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA Profession: actor

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Attractive actress who has played Sadat's wife and Gloria Swanson in the TV miniseries' "Sadat" (1983) and "The Kennedys of Massachusetts" (1990) respectively. Smith's feature career began auspiciously with the role of John Travolta's rich girlfriend in "Urban Cowboy" (1980). She has since played medium-sized parts in mostly light comedies such as "All of Me" (1984) and as the female lead in "The Super" (1991).

Attractive actress who has played Sadat's wife and Gloria Swanson in the TV miniseries' "Sadat" (1983) and "The Kennedys of Massachusetts" (1990) respectively. Smith's feature career began auspiciously with the role of John Travolta's rich girlfriend in "Urban Cowboy" (1980). She has since played medium-sized parts in mostly light comedies such as "All of Me" (1984) and as the female lead in "The Super" (1991).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Final Approach (1991) Casey Halsey
2.
 Super, The (1991)
3.
 Plot to Kill Hitler, The (1990) Countess Nina Von Stauffenberg
5.
 Funny Farm (1988) Elizabeth
6.
 Caller, The (1987) The Girl
7.
 All Of Me (1984) Peggy Schulyer
8.
 Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter (1984) Dorothy Kovacs
9.
 2010 (1984) Caroline Floyd
10.
 Other Woman, The (1983) Cindy Barnes
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1980:
Film acting debut, "Urban Cowboy"
1984:
TV acting debut as Dorothy Kovacs in "Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter"

Education

University of Southern California: Los Angeles , California - 1979
University of Southern California: Los Angeles , California - 1979

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husband:
Mark Osborne. Hockey player.

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