Raven De La Croix
No matter what role, Raven De La Croix never failed to cause uncontrollable laughter throughout her film career. De La Croix began her career with roles in the Robert McLane comedy "Up" (1976) and the Phil Silvers comedy "The Chicken Chronicles" (1977). Later, De La Croix acted in "Hear No Evil" (1982-83), the Peter Keleghan comedy "Screwballs" (1983) and "The Lost Empire" (1985). Later in her career, De La Croix acted in the Rob Nilsson comedy "Heat and Sunlight" (1989).