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Glynnis O'Connor (born November 19, 1955) is an American actress, perhaps best-known for her work in the mid-1970s, including her lead actress roles in the TV version of Our Town and the films Ode to Billy Joe and Jeremy, all of which co-starred Robby Benson.

O'Connor was born in New York City, the daughter of stage, film and TV actress Lenka Peterson and Daniel O'Connor, a film producer. She appeared in the 1976 tearjerker, the John Travolta - Diana Hyland feature film, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble. As of the late 1990s and continuing into 2004, she has had a recurring role as Anne Paulsen on Law & Order. In 2007, she starred in the independent feature film "P.J.", co-starring John Heard, Vincent Pastore and Robert Picardo, and is also appearing in the film Our Last Days as Children.

One of O'Connor's four brothers is director Brian O'Connor. She is presently married to Douglas Stern and has two daughters, Lindsay and Hana Stern.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Glynnis O'Connor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Glynnis O'Connor (born November 19, 1955) is an American actress, perhaps best-known for her work in the mid-1970s, including her lead actress roles in the TV version of Our Town and the films Ode to Billy Joe and Jeremy, all of which co-starred Robby Benson.

O'Connor was born in New York City, the daughter of stage, film and TV actress Lenka Peterson and Daniel O'Connor, a film producer. She appeared in the 1976 tearjerker, the John Travolta - Diana Hyland feature film, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble. As of the late 1990s and continuing into 2004, she has had a recurring role as Anne Paulsen on Law & Order. In 2007, she starred in the independent feature film "P.J.", co-starring John Heard, Vincent Pastore and Robert Picardo, and is also appearing in the film Our Last Days as Children.

One of O'Connor's four brothers is director Brian O'Connor. She is presently married to Douglas Stern and has two daughters, Lindsay and Hana Stern.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Glynnis O'Connor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 43

Birthday 1956-11-19

Place of Birth New York City, New York, USA

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

The White Lions as Jeannie McBride
2019 Diane as Dottie
2018 A Bread Factory Part Two: Walk with Me a While as Jan
2018 A Bread Factory Part One: For the Sake of Gold as Jan
2017 Angelica as Older Constance
2014 The Historian as Dean Jan Messer
2012 The Trouble with Cali as Avie Bluejones
2008 P.J. as Evelyn
2000 Young Americans (1 episode)
1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1 episode)
1998 Saint Maybe as Claudia Bedloe
1997 Ellen Foster as Charlotte Nelson Hammond
1996 Summer of Fear as Winnie
1995 Death in Small Doses as Nancy Lyon
1992 Nightmare in the Daylight as Sloan Evans
1990 Law & Order (1 episode) as Attorney Anne Paulsen (4 episodes)
1990 Kojak: Flowers For Matty
1988 Too Good to Be True as Ruth Berent
1988 To Heal a Nation as Becky Scruggs
1987 A Conspiracy of Love as Marcia Woldarski
1986 The Deliberate Stranger as Cas Richter
1985 The Twilight Zone (1 episode)
1985 Sins of the Father
1984 Johnny Dangerously as Sally
1984 Love Leads the Way: A True Story as Lois
1984 Why Me? as Leola Mae Harmon
1982 Melanie as Melanie Daniel
1982 Night Crossing as Petra Wetzel
1980 Those Lips, Those Eyes as Ramona
1979 California Dreaming as Corky
1978 Little Mo as Maureen Connolly
1977 Our Town as Emily Webb
1977 Kid Vengeance as Lisa Thurston
1976 The Boy in the Plastic Bubble as Gina Biggs
1976 Ode to Billy Joe as Bobbie Lee Hartley
1976 Baby Blue Marine as Rose Hudkins
1975 Someone I Touched as Carrie
1975 All Together Now as Carol Lindsay
1974 Harry O (1 episode)
1974 Sons and Daughters (9 episodes)
1973 Jeremy as Susan Rollins
1972 The Rookies (1 episode)
1951 Hallmark Hall of Fame (2 episodes)

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