Born: November 27, 1953 (age 60), Los Angeles
Biography: Deborah Winters is an American actress who starred in 17 movies and numerous television productions including the popular miniseries, "The Winds of War." Her best known films were, "Kotch" with Walter Matthau, "Class of ’44" with Gary Grimes, "The People Next Door" with Eli Wallach/Julie... MORE
Biography: Deborah Winters is an American actress who starred in 17 movies and numerous television productions including the popular miniseries, "The Winds of War." Her best known films were, "Kotch" with Walter Matthau, "Class of ’44" with Gary Grimes, "The People Next Door" with Eli Wallach/Julie Harris, and "America: A Call to Greatness" with Charlton Heston. She has appeared theatrically in leading roles in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "Country Girl," and "Close Ties." She has won awards for her work including Best Actress for Cat and the miniseries, "Behind the Mask." After completing a lead role in the 1999/2000 series, "Y2K: World in Crisis," Winters left the film profession and studied to become a Realtor. As a real estate agent, she has received Bronze and Silver awards from her company, Keller Williams, and the coveted Five Star Realtor Award in 2011. This award is only given to 7% of all Realtors nationwide. Deborah Winters is married to film director and behavioral scientist, Warren Chaney. They have five children. LESS
Jerry Zipkin is a bright but troubled man in his late twenties who graduated from Stanford University in 1968 but hasn't had much luck getting his life in order since then. One night Jerry attends a party with a few old college buddies, and is shocked when one of them, Frannie, suddenly loses all his hair in a single lump and goes on a bloody rampage. When circumstantial evidence makes Jerry a key suspect in the murders of three women at the party, he sets out to find out what happened, and with the help of another school friend, surgeon David Blume, he discovers a link between Frannie's bizarre behavior and several similar incidents which recently occurred. In each case, the killers attended Stanford in the late '60s, and all had used Blue Sunshine, a potent but tainted variety of LSD sold by Ed Flemming, a bootleg acid chemist who is now a respected mainstream political candidate. Jerry struggles to stay one step ahead of the law as he tries to piece the story together, knowing that another victim of the drug could go insane at any moment. Blue Sunshine was directed by Jeff Lieberman, who has two other cult favorites to his credit, Squirm and Just Before Dawn.
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