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Christopher Cain

For other people named Christopher Cain, see Christopher Cain (disambiguation).
Christopher Cain
Born Bruce Doggett
(1943-10-29) October 29, 1943 (ageĀ 70)
Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Christopher Cain (born Bruce Doggett;[1] October 29, 1943) is an American screenwriter, actor, director, and singer. He married Sharon Thomas in 1969 and adopted her two sons, Roger and Dean Cain. The couple's daughter Krisinda Cain Schafer was born in 1973.



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