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Leigh Taylor-Young doing whitewash of house in film scene.

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Leigh Taylor-Young doing whitewash of house in film scene.
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Leigh Taylor-Young doing whitewash of house in film scene.
Leigh Taylor-Young doing whitewash of house in film scene.
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Leigh Taylor-Young is an American actress who has appeared on stage, screen, podcast, radio, and television. Taylor-Young got her first big break in 1966, when she was cast as Rachel Welles in the prime time soap opera Peyton Place. Her character was written in the show as a replacement for the character of Allison MacKenzie, previously played by Mia Farrow. The show's producer, Everett Chambers, cast her because of her "great warmth and sweet angelic qualities not unlike Mia". At the time she received the role, Taylor-Young had been in California for only a few days. She initially went there in April 1966 to recuperate from an attack of pneumonia. She impressed the head producer of Peyton Place, Paul Monash, with a performance from The Glass Menagerie and was immediately signed a seven-year television and multiple motion picture contract. She was born in January 25, 1945. Leigh Taylor-Young, whitewash, brush, standing, table, working, house

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