February 28, 1952
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Cristina Raines (birth name Tina Herazo, born 28 February 1952 in Manila, Philippines) is an American actress. She achieved her big break on the TV movie Sunshine, with Cliff De Young.
She co-starred in the TV mini-series "Centennial", a 26 hour epic depicting the history of Colorado. She appeared as Lucinda McKeag-Zendt, a woman who lived in the 1840s through the 1880s and married a Pennsylvania farmer who left for the West. She is probably best known for her role as Lane Ballou in the 1980s prime-time soap opera Flamingo Road.
Other TV credits include: Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Kojak, Fantasy Island, Hotel, The Love Boat, Simon and Simon, Matt Houston, The Fall Guy, T.J. Hooker, Murder She Wrote, Riptide, Highway to Heaven, The Tenth Month, and Moonlighting.
Her film roles include Robert Altman's Nashville, The Sentinel, Nightmares, and The Duellists.
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