Laurie Bird - Bio and Creative Works

Laurie Bird

Age (at death)
United States of America
Place of Birth
Glen Cove
Full TV/Movie Credits

Laurie Bird was an American film actress and photographer. She appeared in three films during the 1970s. Two of them were directed by Monte Hellman. She was romantically involved with Hellman and Art Garfunkel, committing suicide in the latter's apartment by taking an overdose of Valium. - Wikipedia

Select Creative Works

MOVIE • 1977

Character: Tony Lacey's Girlfriend

New York comedian Alvy Singer falls in love with the ditsy Annie Hall.

MOVIE • 1974

Character: Dody White Burke

A man who trains fighting cocks vows to remain silent until one of his birds wins a championship.

MOVIE • 1971

Character: The Girl

A driver and a mechanic travel around the United States hopping from drag strip to drag strip in a 1955 Chevy Bel-Air coupe. They race for money, betting with their competitors. The pair gains a young and talkative female stowaway. Along the way they unintentionally attract a well-to-do drifter driving a new Pontiac GTO. This older man, looking for attention, antagonizes their efforts.

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