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Louisa Moritz


Alan Fine (m. 1979–1980)

Luis Castro

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Full Name
Ciro Netto Castro

March 25, 1946 (age 78) (
Havana, Cuba

Other names
Louisa Moritz-Fine via marriage to producer Billy Fine

Actress, real estate holder, former lawyer

Aurora Castro, Rafael Castro

The Last American Virgin, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's, Death Race 2000, Up in Smoke, Chained Heat

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Louisa Moritz (born September 25, 1946) is a Cuban American actress, real estate holder and former lawyer. After arriving in New York from Cuba, she became an actress in films, television shows, and television ads. She is best known for her role in the television show Love, American Style.


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Early life

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Luisa Cira Castro Netto was born in Havana, Cuba and left Cuba during the political upheaval of the 1950s/early 1960s, she stowed away on a ship to reach New York City, where she adopted the stage surname Moritz, inspired by the Hotel St. Moritz she saw in the city. Subsequently, she named her property purchased on S. Reeves after the hotel, calling it Saint Moritz Hotel. She had a son who remained in Flushing, New York to be raised by her sister when she left for Hollywood.

Professional life

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Moritz went to the University of West Los Angeles, as well as law school. She reportedly won the American Jurisprudence Bancroft Whitney Prize for Contracts and passed the Bar exam on her first try. On June 25, 2015, she was suspended from the California State Bar and is currently ineligible to practice law. She has been active in Los Angeles real estate as agent, manager and investor.

Accusations against Bill Cosby

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In November 2014, Moritz joined other female accusers of actor Bill Cosby, claiming Cosby sexually assaulted her in a Manhattan dressing room for The Tonight Show in 1971.

Selected filmography

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  • Assignment: Female (1966) - Miss Mousie
  • The Man from O.R.G.Y. (1970) - Gina Moretti
  • The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (1974) - Chita (Juan's sister; voice)
  • La disputa (1974)
  • Fore Play (1975) - Lt. Sylvia Arliss
  • Death Race 2000 (1975) - Myra
  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) - Rose
  • Six Pack Annie (1975) - Flora
  • Cannonball (1976) - Louisa
  • The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977) - Natalie Nussbaum
  • Charge of the Model T's (1977) - Hilda
  • Loose Shoes (1978) - Margie, Duddy's Date
  • Up in Smoke (1978) - Officer Gloria Whitey
  • The North Avenue Irregulars (1979) - Mrs. Gossin
  • Cuba (1979) - Miss Wonderly
  • New Year's Evil (1980) - Sally
  • Under the Rainbow (1981) - Telephone Operator
  • Lunch Wagon (1981) - Sunshine
  • True Confessions (1981) - Whore
  • The Last American Virgin (1982) - Carmela
  • Chained Heat (1983) - Bubbles
  • Euer Weg führt durch die M*A*S*Hölle (1984) - Laura McCashin
  • Hot Chili (1985) - Chi Chi
  • Galaxis (1995) - Bar Lady at Sharkey's
  • The Independent (2000) - Sally / Receptionist (final film role)
  • Selected television appearances

  • The Leslie Uggams Show (episode dated October 12, 1969) - French Wife
  • The Joe Namath Show (episode dated October 21, 1969) - Mail Girl
  • Love, American Style (segments of various episodes (1971–72) - Candy Lee (segment "Love and the Alibi") / Dawn (segment "Love and the Vacation") / Dawn (segment "Love and the Detective")
  • Ironside (episode: "Man Named Arno"; 1972) - Bonnie
  • Happy Days (episode: "Richie's Cup Runneth Over"; 1974) - Verna LaVerne
  • Happy Anniversary and Goodbye (1974 TV movie) - Terry
  • M*A*S*M*A*S*H (episode: "Bombed"; 1975) - Nurse Sanchez
  • Match Game, panelist (1974–75)
  • One Day at a Time (episode: "How to Succeed Without Trying"; 1976) - Receptionist
  • Chico and the Man (episode: "Chico Packs His Bags"; 1976) - Lorraine
  • The Rockford Files (episode: "The Dog and Pony Show"; 1977) - Helen
  • The Rockford Files (episode: "A Good Clean Bust with Sequel Rights"; 1978) - Debbi
  • The Incredible Hulk (as Louisa Moritz-Fine; episode: "Sideshow"; 1980) - Beth
  • The Associates (episode: "The Censors"; 1980) - Vera #1
  • Enos (episode: "The Head Hunter"; 1981)
  • The Cartier Affair (1984 TV movie) - Wife of Fish Market / Restaurant Owner
  • References

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