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Marneen Lynne Fields with Boyd and Lucinda

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Multi-talented SAG actress, scriptwriter, pop singer, ASCAP composer, director, editor, cinematographer, executive producer, Marneen Lynne Fields was born in a trailer park in Minot, North Dakota on August 16, 1955. She is the middle child of country western singer, and square dance caller, turned light aircraft inventor of the inflatable door seal, Robert Leo Fields II, and foster child, turned housewife, Ruby Marie Farris. Marneen was a sickly child born with emphysema and enlarged heart who wasn't expected to live to be five years old but, by age nine, she had outgrown the emphysema and grown into her heart. During her early school years, she was somewhat of a child prodigy in math taking algebra classes with high school kids instead of playing with Barbies. She entered her first talent show doing a floor exercise gymnastics routine to the song, "Love is Blue", at Sinaloa Jr. High School in 1969. Marneen's been in a talent show, a gymnastic's competition, a theatrical production, a film, a television show, a concert, or a music video every year since. In 1970, she won the President's Physical Fitness award, First Place in the school at Sinaloa Jr. High. In 1972 and 1973, she was one of the top gymnasts competing for Royal High School in Simi Valley, California. She was Junior Class Homecoming Princess, and a Senior Class Christmas Princess for Royal

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