Rosanne Katon

Rosanne Katon

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Rosanne Katon (born February 5, 1954) is an American model, actress, comedian and activist. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its September 1978 issue. Her centerfold was photographed by Mario Casilli.

Katon was born in New York City to a Jamaica-born father. She had several acting credits before appearing in Playboy (including a Broadway lead role in Godspell, and lead billing in the 1976 Cirio Santiago film Ebony, Ivory & Jade and The Muthers). She continued to act afterwards both on TV (St. Elsewhere) and in the movies (Bachelor Party), and at one point segued into the world of stand-up comedy, even appearing in Playboy<nowiki>'</nowiki>s June 1991 pictorial "Funny Girls," which covered female comedians. In 1984 she married Richard Walden, who is the president and chief executive officer of Operation USA, an international organization that supplies relief to Third World areas in need such as Rwanda, Cambodia and, more recently, tsunami-ravaged Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Thailand and Indonesia; and to Hurricane Katrina-areas of Louisiana and Mississippi. Rosanne is an active participant with Operation USA serving on its Advisory Board. The relief group is based in California.

The Waldens have two children, including a son who is autistic and an expert cellist. The family is featured in the 2007 documentary The Musical which won the 2007 Emmy for Best TV Documentary Special (HBO).

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