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|Raven De La Croix|
|Born||Lynn Christie Martin
August 24, 1947
Manhattan, New York, U.S.
|Other names||Raven De Lumiere|
Raven De La Croix (born Lynn Christie Martin on August 24, 1947 in Manhattan, New York City, U.S.) is an actress known for her lead role in the 1976 Russ Meyer film Up!. She is the granddaughter of aviation pioneer Lieutenant William Knox Martin.
The August 1986 issue of Wrestling Eye Magazine notes on Page 48 That "a recent article in Rock Island, Illinois QUAD TIMES reported she was engaged to wrestler Greg The Hammer Valentine".
|1976||Up!||Margo Winchester||(also designed her own costumes and performed her own stunts.)|
|1977||The Chicken Chronicles||Mrs. Worth|
|1978||Jokes My Folks Never Told Me||Bride|
|1980||The Blues Brothers||Woman in Concert Crowd||(uncredited)|
|1983||The Lost Empire||Whitestar||(also associate producer, costume designer, acted as animal handler and performed her own stunts.)|
|1987||Heat and Sunlight||as herself, Raven De La Croix||(her last burlesque performance on film)|
|1996||The Elastic Zenith||Narrator||(co-producer, documentary)|
|2001||The Double-D Avenger||Dr. De La Croix|
|2005||Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove||Gypsy Woman|
|2006||Alien Secrets||Brandon's Sister-in-Law||(co-producer)|
|1982||Hear No Evil||Candy Burns|
|1987||A Current Affair||as Rev. Dr. Lynn Christie Ana|
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