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    Kristy McNichol (born September 11, 1962) On January 6, 2012, McNichol came out as a lesbian, and announced she was living with her partner Martie Allen and had been for 20 years. [10] She stated she chose to come out now, some 20 years after leaving acting, to help young LGBT people dealing with bullying.

  • NoodleHead Productions

    Actress & singer Kristy Mcnichol. I wanted to BE her! Loved her work, especially when she competed on Battle of the Network Stars back in the 70's.

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    Kristy McNicol my role model when I was young! Lisa

  • Donna Weishaar

    Kristy McNichol as Buddy in the TV show "Family". I always loved her hair.

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