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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Mann, Roderick
Date: May 19, 1985
Start Page: 22
Section: Calendar; Calendar Desk
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That was [KELLY LE BROCK]'s introduction to the movies-courtesy of her husband, Victor Drai, who produced "The Woman in Red," and Gene Wilder, who directed it.

"That's when I began coming to Los Angeles a lot," she said. "I liked it. And on one of my trips I met Victor at a dinner party. I didn't know who he was so afterwards I checked up. (Drai had recently broken up a long relationship with actress Jacqueline Bisset.) After I learned that, people said: `Oh, you look just like her.' Anyway, next time I came to L.A. I called him. And last year we got married."

PHOTO: Kelly Le Brock, a dream girl in "Weird Science": "I modeled for a long time, but I was bored with it after two years."

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