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Jayne Meadows

'Memba Her?!

2/16/2009 4:39 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Although she starred in a bunch of B-list movies, Jayne Meadows is best known for being the wife of comedian Steve Allen (pictured here) and the older sister of the late "Honeymooners" star Audrey Meadows. Guess what she looks like now!

Jayne Meadows

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BabyGirl    

Still Look Good!

First!

1985 days ago
2.

deb    

aw i am old, i remember watching her on TV. *rushes to get shawl, cane, and walker*

1985 days ago
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Oval Beach    

Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't Jayne Meadows, in the black and white photo, look an awful lot like Natalie Wood?

1985 days ago
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twa    

Looks a lot like Katherine Heigel.

1985 days ago
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