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Claudia Cron is an American actress and model  who, while attending Parson's School of Design was discovered by Eileen Ford and signed to Ford Models. She appeared in Vogue, and from 1979-1986 was under contract with Estee Lauder as the face of their line, Prescriptives. Claudia has had many covers and been photographed for Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Brides, French Vogue, Glamour, Grazia, Mademoiselle, Modern Bride, Redbook, Self, Votre Beaute, and Working Woman. Photographers Claudia Cron has worked with include Bruce Weber, Victor Skrebneski, Arthur Elgort, Patrick DeMarchalier, Irving Penn, and Albert Watson.
Cron also acted, appearing in notable films such as Stir Crazy and Diner, as well as Soup for One, Running Brave and Aspen Extreme. She guest starred on several television shows including L.A. Law, Hill Street Blues, Cheers, Remington Steele, and Magnum P.I.. Additionally, Claudia acted in many movies for television such as Obsessed with a Married Woman with Tim Matheson and Sunday Drive with Tony Randall and Carrie Fisher.
- ↑ February 12, 2006 article in The New York Times, "Beak to Beak"
- ↑ February 8, 2007 article in the Greenwich Post, "In Search of the Rare Bird"
- ↑ July 1980 Vogue, Everything's Changing, the Way You Look, Live, Dress!
- ↑ August 30, 1981New York Times Fashion of the Times Magazine
- ↑ February 1978 Cover Photo Grazia
- ↑ December 1978 Mademoiselle, Tips from Ten Top Models.
- ↑ May 1980 Self Cover Photo
- ↑ December 1977 Votre Beaute Cover Photo by Denis Jobron
- ↑ September 1979, October 1979 and July 1980 Working Woman Cover Photos
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