Erin Moran

The California-born actress is best known for playing Joanie Cunningham on the 1970s sitcom “Happy Days."
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The two words that I live by are tenacity and gratitude. Tenacity gets you where you want to go. Because if you have a dream, if you know that you are supposed to -- or can -- accomplish something, there is more than one route to get there. And it's your tenacity that's going to help you find the proper avenue.
"Erin thinks the best thing for her at the moment is to just stay in," a source told the website of her new reclusive lifestyle
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Several locals "had seen [Moran] at local bars, just kind of hanging with the locals. No big deal," reporter/photographer
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Moran is currently sharing her new, downsized living quarters with her husband, Steve Fleischmann, and his mother. But despite