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Lauri Peters is an American film, television and stage actress who was famous in the 60s and early 70s. She is also a drama teacher, singer, dancer and author.
She was 16 years old when she started to exhibit her talents in musical theatres.
In 1959, she starred in the original Broadway play of The Sound of Music as Liesl von Trapp and also in another musical titled First Impressions.
Best Known For
She is fondly remembered primarily for main role as Barbara in 1963 film, Summer Holiday. She has also delivered memorable performances in movies such as For Love of Ivy in 1968, Circle of Friends in 1972 and Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation in 1962.
Lauri is straight. She was married to Jon Voight in 1962 after they met during the production of The Sound of Music where he played a young Nazi courier. The couple got divorced in 1967, allegedly caused by Jon’s infidelity.
Details about her family backgrounds are not available for our knowledge. The only information about her background is her name at birth which is Patricia Peterson. As she was also married once, she bore no children before, during and after her marriage.
Lauri’s religious beliefs and practices are also unknown at the moment.
Worth To Know
The songs she snag during the filming of Summer Holiday were dubbed by a singer whose name is Grazina Frame.
She was the love interest of Jon Voight in a stage play titled Two Gentlemen of Verona that they both starred in.