Yale University graduate.
Started her career as the Mail Girl on the sports talk show The Joe Namath Show (1969), which premiered in the fall of 1969 for approximately 15 episodes. The 30-minute show featured the New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath and his co-host Dick Schaap interviewing sport and entertainment legends each week.
Appeared in commericals. Among them as a student driver in an automobile advertisement in 1969.
Speaks English, French and Spanish fluently.
Ms. Moritz acted with one of her former teachers, Charles Nelson Reilly from the Herbert Berghof School of Acting in one of the original Love, American Style (1969) segments entitled "Love and the Detective" (1971).
Her sister Aurora was the first female lawyer in Cuba.
Studied at the Actor's Studio with Lee Strasberg.
Los Angeles, California, USA: Works as an attorney [January 2012]
Works as an attorney in Southern California. [August 2008]
Arrived in New York from Havana on July 15, 1960, aged 23.
Claimed to have been sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby (in 1971).