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Sondra Currie (born Sandra Marie Currie; January 11, 1947) is an American actress.
Alan J. Levi, a television and film producer, married Currie.
Currie and Levi co-produced the short film "Take My Hand." Levi and Eileen Grubba wrote the script.
Currie appears alongside Grubba and Barbara Bain in Grubba and Bain. Currie is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio in West Hollywood, California.
Currie has worked with Martin Landau, Mark Rydell, Lou Antonio, and Salome Jens at the Actors Studio.
She spent 17 years as a member of Milton Katselas' Master Class as an actor, producer, and arts advocate in Los Angeles.
Producer-director Todd Phillips' "The Hangover" trilogy is Currie's most recent film credits.
Currie is a founding member of Camelot Artists, now the Katselas Theatre Company, and is a founding member of the prestigious Theatre West.
Currie served on the board of the California Independent Film Festival and spent ten years as a Jury Member.
Currie was invited to be a juror at the first International Film Festival in Sapporo, Japan, where Sondra was the only woman on the jury. Sondra Currie is the granddaughter of Don Currie and Marie Currie, the niece of Jerome Currie and former actress Marie Harmon, who appeared in many films in the 1940s and the younger sister of Cherie Currie and Marie Currie [Don Anthony Currie].