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Erin Gray of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century and Haven House is in the house!

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For five years on network NBC-TV, Erin Gray was the American’s image of the ideal woman. Her “Kate” in Silver Spoons” managed to have it all –marriage, family, and business career. And for two years before that she had redefined our public image of the beauty with brains, when “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century” became a hit series, her sleek sophisticated “Colonel Wilma” became a role model, and Erin Gray became a household word. Erin’s success as the face that launched some of America’s most glamorous beauty products was already legendary before she made the dramatic career change from model to actress. As the original “I’m Worth It” woman for L’Oreal, and the Bloomingdale’s spokeswoman for ten years, she was launched into a starring role in the critically acclaimed television mini-series “Evening In Byzantium” with Glenn Ford. Ms. Gray continued to star in numerous Movies-Of-The Week, “Born Beautiful”, “Starman”, “Coach of the Year,” and Code of Vengeance”, and also starred as Lilah opposite Kenny Rogers in the feature film “Six Pack” directed by Dan Petrie. Possessing a highly developed sense of public service, Ms. Gray, as spokesperson for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and as board member for Haven House, the oldest battered women’s shelter in the U.S., co-produced and wrote PSAs with Women In Film. For over a decade Erin has been speaking out against domestic violence, a topic that is close to her heart. Erin also takes time to host such programs as Lifetime Cable’s, “Drug & Alcohol Intervention Program”, and to give motivational speeches for such organizations as UPS, AFLAC, and Lady Remington. Erin is the recipient of 9 community service awards, such as The Leadership Award by the County of LA & The Guardian Angel Award from the Mothers Against Sexual Abuse, The YWCA’s Women of Achievement Award of Distinction, the 1999 Women’s Peace Power Media Award, and the 2002 Woman of the Year Award by the Commission For Women.