Wanda Acuna


Biography

Wanda Acuna, an accomplished actress, began her entertainment career when she was just six years old. Acuna kickstarted her acting career with roles in various television comedies, such as "Married... With Children" (Fox, 1986-1997) and "Doogie Howser, M.D." (ABC, 1989-1993). She also landed roles in various films, such as the action movie "Mankillers" (1987) with Edy Williams and the...

Biography

Wanda Acuna, an accomplished actress, began her entertainment career when she was just six years old. Acuna kickstarted her acting career with roles in various television comedies, such as "Married... With Children" (Fox, 1986-1997) and "Doogie Howser, M.D." (ABC, 1989-1993). She also landed roles in various films, such as the action movie "Mankillers" (1987) with Edy Williams and the Sean Astin comedy "Encino Man" (1992). Several more television roles followed in the nineties, including stints on "Diagnosis Murder" (1993-2001), "Moesha" (UPN, 1995-2001) and "Arli$" (HBO, 1996-2003). She also landed a role in the miniseries "House of Frankenstein 1997" (1997-98). More recently, she earned a role in the dramatic adaptation "Eye for An Eye" (1996) with Sally Field. She also was featured in the TV movie "The Assault" (HBO, 1998-99). She held additional roles in television including a part on "Monk" (USA, 2001-09). Most recently, Acuna worked on the drama "All In" (2006) with Michelle Lombardo.

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Player, The (1992) -- She's Booked For The Next Two Years Director Robert Altman dazzling, still in the opening scene at the studio, Griffin (Tim Robbins) visits exec Joel (Brion James), with side-man Walter (Fred Ward) and a hanger-on, then at a restaurant cameos for Anjelica Huston and John Cusack, and a better look at rival Larry (Peter Gallagher), early in The Player, 1992.
Picnic At Hanging Rock (1975) - Everything Begins And Ends St. Valentine's Day, 1900, Australian schoolgirls Marion (Jane Vallis), Irma (Karen Robson) and Miranda (Anne Louise Lambert) dragging along Edith (Christine Schuler) on their hike, then strange events, in Peter Weir's Picnic At Hanging Rock, 1975.
Hearts And Minds (1975) - Hung Dinh Village Hung Dinh village in then-South Vietnam, cinematography by Richard Pearce, democratic wise-man Clark Clifford to the fore, in the opening of Peter Davis' documentary Hearts And Minds, 1975.
Player, The (1992) -- Touch Of Evil Robert Altman’s opening shot runs eight minutes and seven seconds, surpassing the Orson Welles shot from Touch Of Evil, 1956, referred to twice by Fred Ward, and we meet handfuls of studio people, principally Tim Robbins as exe Griffin, and Buck Henry pitching a sequel to his own movie, in The Player, 1992.
Picnic At Hanging Rock (1975) - Miranda Is A Botticelli Angel Victoria, Australia, 1900, well into the afternoon, watches stop and Miranda (Anne Louise Lambert) leads friends (Karen Robson, Jane Vallis, Christine Schuler) on a trek, Mlle. De Portiers (Helen Morse) commenting, in Peter Weir's Picnic At Hanging Rock, 1975.
Baby, The (1973) - Baby's New Worker Windswept-looking Marianna Hill (as sister "Germanine") introduces herself to Ann (Anjanette Comer), the keen new social worker, conferring with mom, Mrs. Wadsworth (Ruth Roman) about the title character (David Manzy) whom, we soon learn, is a most unusual case, early in The Baby, 1973.
Oscar Wilde (1960) - Lady Windermere's Fan Following credits, Robert Morley (title character) in his box with wife Constance (Phyllis Calvert) and friend (Dennis Price), receiving praise and a fateful introduction to Alfred Douglas (John Neville), in the 1960 Vantage Films production Oscar Wilde.
Oscar Wilde (1960) - A Boy I Knew Robert Morley (title character), summoned to Oxford by panicked young Lord Alfred (John Neville), whom he's only met once, improvises a trap for the blackmailer (Stephen Dartnell), in Oscar Wilde, 1960, from the play by Leslie and Sewell Stokes.
Oscar Wilde (1960) - Mr. Wilde Is A Poet His barrister (Alexander Knox) having just read a letter he wrote to friend Lord Alfred (John Neville), Robert Morley (title character) is called to the stand in his libel suit against Alfred's father, Lord Queensberry (Edward Chapman), in Oscar Wilde, 1960.
In Old Santa Fe (1934) - Gene Autry, Title Song Not known in the long run for his yodeling, and only a featured act in his first film, Gene Autry, supported by sidekick Smiley Burnette, delivers the title tune in the Ken Maynard vehicle In Old Santa Fe, 1934.

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