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Ring name(s)  Hollywood
Role  Professional wrestler
Name  Jeanne Basone

Debut  December 1985
Billed weight  122 lb (55 kg).
Billed from  Cologne

Born  May 19, 1969 (age 46) (1969-05-19)
Education  John Burroughs High School
Residence  Glendale, California, United States
Movies  Sister Act, Me, Myself & Irene, The Very Best of GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling: Vol. 2
Trained by  Mando Guerrero, Cynthia Peretti
Similar People  Emily Dole, Lisa Moretti, David McLane, Emile Ardolino, Peter Farrelly

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Jeanne Basone (born May 19, 1963) is an American professional wrestler, actress, model and stuntwoman best known by her ring name Hollywood in the women's wrestling promotion Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, founded by David McLane. She appeared as an on-screen character during the promotion's four seasons, and pilot where she competed under the ring name Hollywood. Hollywood was The First GLOW Girl Hired says founder David McLane. She frequently worked as the tag team partner of Vine (portrayed by Janet Bowers) from 1986 to 1988, then Vine quit GLOW and Broadway Rose (eventually played by Andrea Janell) replaced Vine as Hollywood's tag team partner.


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After the cancellation of GLOW in 1989, Basone continued to compete on the independent circuit as Hollywood. She appeared in several all-female wrestling promotions, including CRUSH , Beauty Slammers and Hottest Ladies of Wrestling.

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Basone appeared in numerous television series and films as an actress and stuntwoman, including JAG, Days of Our Lives, Chuck, Married... with Children, Saved by the Bell, The Larry Sanders Show, In Living Color, and Me, Myself & Irene.

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