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February 5, 2003


LA Times has an interesting,

LA Times has an interesting, detailed profile of Lana Clarkson, the woman Phil Spector may have killed. Registration required, but I think you can login using "amysrobot" and "password". It sort of paints her as the classic, aging B-movie star who had grander dreams: "Anyone over 40 is fighting uphill in this town," said veteran actress Sally Kirkland, who met Clarkson three years ago when they appeared together in a play. "But she was such a pro. She would come earlier than anybody, she would work harder than anybody."

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