Late 20's to early 30's
The ex-wife of Stanley Raymond Kowalski. She was a 'Gold
Coast girl': she came from a well-to-do family, whereas Ray came from a blue-collar
family. Ray met her as a child (around 12 or so) and lied through his teeth to
impress her. It obviously worked, as they married as adults. However, he became a
cop, she became an Assistant State's Attorney. They later divorced.
Her mother is still alive, but no other mentions have been made. Her maiden name is
unknown as she has kept her married name.
Married her childhood sweetheart: Stanley Kowalski, but they divorced after several
years. They still love each other, but the differences between them appear to be
insurmountable and it is not known whether they could ever remarry. She has dated
since the divorce, and the only man whom she was serious about was Alderman Frank
Orsini, whom Ray and Fraser ended up protecting from death threats. Unfortunately,
Orsini turned out to be crooked and Ray arrested him.
Has her own apartment.
- Her right wrist was bandaged; injury unknown. (Dead Guy Running)
- Tends to wear fashionable but conservative attire.
For information on the actress who portrays this character, please see the
Anne Marie Loder page.
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