Mostly Credited As: Dori Brenner
Birth Name: Dori Levine
Date Of Birth: December 16, 1946 (Age 53)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Manhattan, New York City, New York
Date Of Death: September 16, 2000
Cause Of Death: cancer
Dori Brenner died on Sept. 16, 2000 of complications from cancer at her home in Los Angeles. She was only 53 and played numerous roles on the stage, in film and on TV.
Dori was born in Manhattan and brought up in Cedarhurst, Long Island, she attended the Yale School of Drama. Her Broadway debut was in "Unlikely Heroes" and her movie first appearance in 1973's "Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams" along with Joanne Woodward.
Other of her films were Paul Mazurky's 1976 "Next Stop Greenwich Village" and "For the Boys" (1991). On TV Dori Brenner was often seen as the neighbor on "Who's the Boss" and series regular roles on "The Charmings" and "Ned and Stacey." Other TV credits include " Ellery Queen," "Falcon Crest," "Hill Street Blues," "Night Court," "Wings" and "Party of Five."
On 1999, she got back to the New York stage in the Roundabout Theater production of Richard Greenberg's "Hurrah at Last."