Photos with Jeramie Rain
BiographyCharleston, West Virginia, USA
Pretty and captivating brunette Jeramie Rain only appeared in three deliciously down'n'dirty low-budget 70s exploitation pictures during her regrettably brief acting career. Rain was born on August 23, 1948 in Charleston, West Virginia. Jeramie gave a superbly chilling and convincing performance as the vicious and depraved "Sadie" in Wes Craven's notoriously raw and nasty cult horror shocker, The Last House on the Left (1972). She was likewise memorable as hapless kidnapped cheerleader, "Jane", in the enjoyably scuzzy The Abductors (1972) and quite sexy as a hot hick harlot in the amusing redneck comedy romp, Preacherman Meets Widderwoman (1973). Read more... acting credits, Rain has also worked as a writer and producer at NBC, at both the Rockefeller Center and Los Angeles locations. In 1983, Jeramie married actor Richard Dreyfuss; she had three children with Dreyfuss prior to divorcing him in 1995. In the early 90s, Jeramie founded "Mother's Touch", which is a Los Angeles-based charity that helps out children diagnosed with serious illnesses. She was interviewed in the nifty retrospective documentary, Celluloid Crime of the Century (2003). Jeramie Rain now works as producer and scriptwriter for daytime television programs in Los Angeles.