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Louisa Moritz Wiki/Biography
Born as Ciro Netto Castro on the 25th September 1946 in Havana, Cuba, Louisa Moritz is an actress, former lawyer, real estate manager and investor, best known to the world for her roles in such films as “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975) as Rose, then as Myra in “Death Race 2000” (1975), and as Carmela in “The Last American Virgin” (1982), among other differing appearances.
Have you ever wondered how rich Louisa Moritz is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Moritz’ net worth is as high as $1 million, earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry, which was active from the mid- ‘60s until 2000.
Louisa Moritz Net Worth $1 Million
Louisa emigrated to the USA in the late- ‘50s or early ‘60s, during the political revolution in the country; she boarded a ship and remained hidden during the oceanic journey that took her to New York, where she assumed the name Louisa Moritz, after becoming inspired by the name of Hotel St. Moritz.
She attended the University of West Los Angeles, and also graduated from Yale University, obtaining a law degree. During her studies, she won the American Jurisprudence Bancroft Whitney Prize for Contracts. After obtaining her degree, Louisa took the bar exam and passed the test at her first attempt. However, as of 2015, her license has been suspended by the California State Bar, and Louisa is ineligible to practice law.
Her career in the entertainment industry started in the mid- the 60s, when she was selected for the TV commercial for Ultra-Ban spray deodorant. After that, she appeared in several other commercial ads, including one for American Motors, for which she won a Clio Award and an Andy Award. Meantime, she also studied acting under acting coach Lee Strasberg at the Actor’s Studio.
She was cast in her first film role in “Assignment: Female” in 1966, but came to prominence as Mail Girl three years later in the variety show hosted by Joe Namath. She continued to build her popularity throughout the ‘70s, and with roles as Gina Moretti in the film “The Man from O.R.G.Y” (1970), then as Candy Lee in the TV series “Love, American Style” (1971-1972), and as Rose in Milos Forman’s Academy Award- winning drama “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, next to Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher and Michael Berryman, only increased her net worth to a large degree.
Louisa continued successfully into the second half of the decade, with roles in such productions as “The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington” (1977), “Up in Smoke” (1978), and “Portrait of a Stripper” (1979). Thanks to her good looks, Louisa was often cast as a dumb blonde or a hooker in films, but she stated that she never saw a problem with it, as any role is a good role. She remained active as an actress until 2000, but the number of new roles reduced, and from the start of the ‘80s until her retirement from acting, Louisa only appeared in a dozen productions.
Although it was a small number, she still made several notable appearances, including as Carmela in the romantic comedy “The Last American Virgin” (1982), then “Chained Heat” (1983), starring Linda Blair, John Vernon and Sybil Danning, and appeared in the comedy “The Independent” in 2000, which was her last role.
After retiring, she tried herself in real estate; she bought a hotel in Beverly Hills which she renamed to Beverly Hills St. Moritz, and also made several other real estate investments, which only further increased her wealth.
Back in 2014, she joined several other women in suing Bill Cosby for sexual harassment, claiming that the successful entertainer made inappropriate actions towards her in the early ‘70s when she was a guest in “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson”.
Regarding her personal life, Louisa was briefly married to Alan Fine from 1979 to 1980, otherwise she has remained officially single. She still lives in Los Angeles.
|Full Name||Louisa Moritz|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 25, 1946|
|Place Of Birth||Havana, Cuba|
|Spouse||Alan Fine (m. 1979–1980)|
|Siblings||Aurora Castro, Rafael Castro|
|Nicknames||Louisa Castro , Louisa Moritz-Fine , Luisa Moritz , Moritz|
|Movies||The Last American Virgin, Death Race 2000, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Up in Smoke, New Year's Evil, Chained Heat, The Man from O.R.G.Y., Sixpack Annie, Cuba, Galaxis, Happy Anniversary and Goodbye|
|1||Often cast as dumb blondes|
|1||[on being cast as dumb blondes] When you go up for acting jobs, and you get acting jobs, you're happy to get acting jobs. There are a lot of people out there trying to get anything, and if you're getting dumb blonde roles, hey, it's okay.|
|1||Works as an attorney in Southern California. [August 2008]|
|2||Los Angeles, California, USA: Works as an attorney [January 2012]|
|3||Studied at the Actor's Studio with Lee Strasberg.|
|4||Her sister Aurora was the first female lawyer in Cuba.|
|5||Ms. Moritz acted with one of her former teachers, Charles Nelson Reilly from the Herbert Berghof School of Acting in one of the original Love, American Style (1969) segments entitled "Love and the Detective" (1971).|
|7||Speaks English, French and Spanish fluently.|
|8||Appeared in commericals. Among them as a student driver in an automobile advertisement in 1969.|
|9||Started her career as the Mail Girl on the sports talk show The Joe Namath Show (1969), which premiered in the fall of 1969 for approximately 15 episodes. The 30-minute show featured the New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath and his co-host Dick Schaap interviewing sport and entertainment legends each week.|
|10||Yale University graduate.|
|The Independent||2000||Sally / Receptionist|
|Galaxis||1995||Bar Lady at Sharkey's|
|Hot Chili||1985||Chi Chi|
|The Cartier Affair||1984||TV Movie||Wife of fish market / restaurant owner|
|Jungle Warriors||1984||Laura McCashin|
|The Last American Virgin||1982||Carmela|
|Under the Rainbow||1981||Telephone Operator|
|New Year's Evil||1980||Sally|
|The Associates||1980||TV Series||Vera #1|
|The Incredible Hulk||1980||TV Series||Beth|
|Portrait of a Stripper||1979||TV Movie||Donna|
|The North Avenue Irregulars||1979||Mrs. Gossin|
|The Rockford Files||1977-1978||TV Series||Debbi / Helen|
|Up in Smoke||1978||Officer Gloria Whitey|
|Coming Attractions||1978||Margie, Duddy's Date|
|CPO Sharkey||1978||TV Series||Marlene|
|Charge of the Model T's||1977||Hilda|
|The Oregon Trail||1977||TV Series|
|The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington||1977||Natalie Nussbaum|
|Chico and the Man||1976||TV Series||Lorraine|
|One Day at a Time||1976||TV Series||Receptionist|
|One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest||1975||Rose|
|Death Race 2000||1975||Myra|
|Foreplay||1975||Lt. Sylvia Arliss|
|M*A*S*H||1975||TV Series||Nurse Sanchez|
|Happy Anniversary and Goodbye||1974||TV Movie|
|The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat||1974||Chita (Juan's Sister) (voice)|
|Happy Days||1974||TV Series||Verna LaVerne|
|Lotsa Luck||1974||TV Series||Reenee Muldoon|
|Love, American Style||1971-1972||TV Series||Candy (segment "Love and the Alibi") / Dawn (segment "Love and the Vacation") / Dawn (segment "Love and the Detective")|
|Honeymoon Suite||1972||TV Series|
|The Man from O.R.G.Y.||1970||Gina Moretti|
|The Joe Namath Show||1969||TV Series||Mail Girl|
|The Leslie Uggams Show||1969||TV Series||French Wife|
|Assignment: Female||1966||Miss Mousie|
|Inside Edition||2014||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Match Game 73||1974||TV Series||Herself|
|The Dean Martin Show||1973||TV Series||Herself|
|The Virginia Graham Show||1971||TV Series||Herself|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1971||TV Series||Herself|
|The Merv Griffin Show||1970||TV Series||Herself|
|Comix from the Underground||2014||TV Series||Chita|