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Karen Lynn Gorney (born January 28, 1945) is an American actress, known for her roles on television and film. Gorney was born in Beverly Hills, California. She is the daughter of 20th-century composer Jay Gorney, who wrote the music for what many consider the definitive song about America`s Great Depression, Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? She earned degrees from both Carnegie Mellon University and Brandeis University. Karen is the sister of the highly respected and famous author, professor and medical doctor Dr. Rod Gorney who has taught for many years at UCLA. From 1970-1974 Karen played the role of Tara Martin on the soap opera All My Children. After she left the show Karen had agreed to return when her replacement, actress/writer Stephanie Braxton, decided to leave the show. She returned for the 1976-77 season but was eventually fired as Tara and did not return to the show until almost 20 years later. In 1977 Karen co-starred in her biggest role to date as Stephanie Mangano in the pop cultural film Saturday Night Fever alongside John Travolta.
Along with her acting work, Gorney is a singer an has released three albums: `Used to Love You Madly`, `Hot Moonlight!` and `The Dance of the Deadly`s`. She has Performed at various jazz clubs and cafes and her music is available through New York music stores, her website and through her convention appearances throughout NYC.
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Karen Lynn Gorney (born January 28, 1945) is an American actress, known for her roles on television and film.
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