Andrea Marcovicci - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Photos Biography

Andrea Marcovicci’s height is 5ft 4½in (1.64 m)

Andrea Louisa Marcovicci (born November 18, 1948) is an American actress and singer.

Andrea Marcovicci

First Name: Andrea
Last Name: Marcovicci
Born: 23 November, 1948
Birthplace: New York City, New York, USA
Height: 5ft 4½in (1.64 m)
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Nationality: American
Occupation: actress, singer
Official Websites:
andreamarcovicci.com
Filmography: Charlie (2014), Driving by Braille (2011), Irene in Time (2009), Strong Medicine (2000, TV Show), Arli$$ (1996, TV Show), The Beatnicks (1996, Short Film), Cybill (1995, TV Show), The Wright Verdicts (1995, TV Show), Jack the Bear (1993), The Water Engine (1992, TV Movie), Someone to Love (1987), CBS Summer Playhouse (1987, TV Show), Mama’s Boy (1987, TV Show), The Canterville Ghost (1986, TV Movie), The Stuff (1985), Amazing Stories (1985, TV Show), Berrenger’s (1985, TV Show), Murder, She Wrote (1984, TV Show), Velvet (1984, TV Movie), Spraggue (1984, TV Movie), Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983), Packin’ It In (1983, TV Movie), Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983, TV Show), Voyagers! (1982, TV Show), The Hand (1981), Hill Street Blues (1981, TV Show), The Phoenix (1981, TV Show), Kings and Desperate Men (1981), Shannon (1981, TV Show), Magnum, P.I. (1980, TV Show), The Concorde… Airport ’79 (1979), A Vacation in Hell (1979, TV Movie), Trapper John, M.D. (1979, TV Show), Some Kind of Miracle (1979, TV Movie), Taxi (1978, TV Show), The Incredible Hulk (1978, TV Show), The Front (1976), Baretta (1975, TV Show), Smile Jenny, You’re Dead (1974, TV Movie), Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers (1974, TV Show), Cry Rape (1973, TV Movie), Kojak (1973, TV Show), Thriller (1973, TV Show), Medical Center (1969, TV Show), Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (1967, TV Show), Mannix (1967, TV Show), General Hospital (1963, TV Show), Irene in Time (2009), Roswell (1994, TV Movie), Someone to Love (1987), Who Is Henry Jaglom? (1997), The Making of ‘The Front’ (1976, TV Show), The Mike Douglas Show (1961, TV Show)

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