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Nun Finer Than Rochelle Winter

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Actress: ROCHELLE WINTER

Known for: LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

Project: LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

Episode: A NUN’S STORY

Year: 1976

Genre: Sit-Com

Character: Anne-Marie

Traits: In the fourth episode of the hit show’s first season, Rochelle Winter, billed as Rochelle Richelieu, plays the wildest of Laverne and Shirley’s old friends… that is, she used to be… Now Anne Marie is a nun, and the two roommates have to deal with the change of this once free-spirited, instigative, rebellious beauty, shown in flashbacks…

Nag Rating: 3… But that depends on your religious perspective… Or how frustrating she can be, especially to poor Squiggy…

Best Part: Seeing the former Anne Marie with a nightgown, very sexy…

You Missed: A very talented actress, strangely enough it seems that Rochelle never did anything else until many years later, turning up in a cameo in Clint Eastwood’s GRAN TORINO, which is the last picture shown below…

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David L. Lander lusts after Rochelle Winter on LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

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Cindy Williams and Penny Marshall watch Rochelle Winter on LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

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Penny Marshall and Rochelle Winter on LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

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Penny Marshall, Rochelle Winter & Cindy Williams

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Rochelle Winter on LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

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Rochelle Winter on LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

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Years later, Rochelle Winter turns up in GRAN TORINO

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