| Cristina Raines|
| 1.72 m|
| 28 February 1952 (age 63) (1952-02-28) Manila, Philippines|
Christopher Crowe (m. 1986)
The Sentinel, Flamingo Road, The Duellists, Nightmares, Sunshine
Christopher Crowe, Michael Winner, Joseph Sargent, Joan Tewkesbury, Ronee Blakley
Cristina Raines Wikipedia
Cristina Raines (born Cristina Herazo; February 28, 1952) is an American nurse and former actress.
Raines was born in Manila, Philippines to American parents. She grew up the daughter of a chemical engineer and a dancer. Her paternal grandfather was an immigrant from Colombia and her paternal grandmother was of Swedish and German ancestry, while her mother is of Scotch-Irish descent.
Raine's first major film was Robert Altman's classic ensemble comedy Nashville in 1975. She subsequently co-starred as a central character in the 1978 television miniseries, Centennial. Originally a novel by James Michener, the program was a 26-hour epic depicting the history of Colorado and is one of the first groundbreaking miniseries' created for television. Raines' role was that of Lucinda McKeag Zendt, an Arapaho and French-Canadian woman. Living during the 1840s through the 1880s, Raines' character was born to an Arapaho mother and trapper father named Pasquinel who hailed from Montreal, Quebec. Raines was featured in ten of the twelve Centennial episodes.
Raines is also 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 The Sentinel, Nightmares, and The Duellists.
In 1986, Raines married writer and producer Christopher Crowe; together, the couple has two children. After retiring from acting in 1992, Raines became a registered nurse and specializes in patients undergoing kidney dialysis.