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The most famous, and probably longest-lived, female dwarf in show business, Patricia Anne "Patty" Maloney was born in 1936 in Perkinsville, New York. She has worked in various entertainment media since age 3. She frequently appeared with Billy Barty in both films and television.

Patty's best-known TV roles were Honk on Far Out Space Nuts, Chewbacca's son on The Star Wars Holiday Special and Darla Hood in the Hanna-Barbera animated version of The Little Rascals. Her film credits include Under the Rainbow, The Ice Pirates and the 1991 film of The Addams Family.

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