Lorna Luft Biography
Birthday: November 21, 1952 (Scorpio)
Born In: Santa Monica, California, United States
Lorna Luft is an American television, film and stage actress who happens to be the daughter of Judy Garland, a controversial movie star who succumbed to drugs and alcohol, destroying her career and life in the process. Lorna wanted to follow her mother’s footsteps into the show business and she started prepping up from her very early days and appeared in her very first Broadway musical in 1971 with ‘Promises, Promises’. And right after that, it was hard to stop her. She was loud, expressive and amazingly talented. This helped her become one of the most in-demand stage actors back in the 70s and the 80s and during the free time, she kept herself busy appearing on Television and the big screen. She made her feature film debut with ‘I could Go on Singing’ in 1982 and along with that, she also tried her hand in singing and has released about a dozen singles. She was diagnosed with cancer in late 2012, and got cured o it in 2013, but in 2015, it re-emerged and Lorna underwent treatment for it.