Sandra Peabody

Sandra Peabody

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sandra Peabody (born 11 January 1948) is an American film and stage actress, screenwriter, producer and acting coach. She is best known for her role as Mari Collingwood in Wes Craven's 1972 film The Last House on the Left (1972). A cult hit, the film established her as a prominent actress in horror, and she subsequently starred in Voices of Desire (1972), Massage Parlor Murders (1973), and Legacy of Satan (1974). Peabody's other notable role is Bird in the comedy film Teenage Hitchhikers (1975). Outside of film, she has starred in a variety of stage productions including Robert Kalfin's Tarot (1970). Peabody quit acting and has since became an acting coach and a screenwriter whose focus is on children orientated programming. Description above from the Wikipedia article Sandra Peabody, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​
Known For : Acting
Birthday : 1948-01-11
Place of Birth :  Portland, Oregon, USA
Also Known As : Sandra Cassel, Liyda Cassell, Sandra Cassell

Movies List of Sandra Peabody

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Civil War

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The Fall Guy

2024 Movie
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Un père idéal

2024 Movie
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Dune: Part Two

2024 Movie
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Atlas

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Boy Kills World

2024 Movie
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Oppenheimer

2023 Movie
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Godzilla Minus One

2023 Movie
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Kung Fu Panda 4

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Fast X

2023 Movie
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Noryang: Deadly Sea

2023 Movie
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The Batman

2022 Movie
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Dune

2021 Movie
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