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Actress, Lynn Bari, was born Margaret Schuyler Fisher on Dec 18, 1913 in Roanoke, VA. Bari died at the age of 75 on Nov 20, 1989 in Santa Barbara, CA .

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She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television.

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Lynn Bari Quotes:

Esteban: The more tome I spent at school, the less I understand the wind and the weather.
Michaela Villegas: If we don't understand ourselves, how can we ever expect to understand anybody else?


Michaela Villegas: [to Uncle Pio] Don't try to make me feel sorry. I have no heart for the theater. I am what I am. I must be what I must be.


Penny Kendall: Oh, Scotty, if you'll turn me loose on this, I'll have this town so deep in tears that they'll be using canoes for taxicabs.


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Lynn had two children by former husband Sidney Luft, who later married and divorced Judy Garland. Her first, a daughter, was born in August of 1945 but died shortly after. Lynn never quite got over the loss. Her second child, John Michael, was born in 1948.

While on the set of Shock (1946) one day, she was talking with co-star Anabel Shaw and mentioned that she was a direct descendant, on her mother's side, of Revolutionary War hero Alexander Hamilton. Shaw revealed that she was a direct descendant of Aaron Burr--the man who killed Hamilton in the famous duel.

Second only to Betty Grable in WWII pin-up popularity according to a GI's poll taken at the time.

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