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Herber-Bunting, a Cathedral High School alum, joined the Crackers at Fashion Mall staff as a waitress in 1990.
In 2011, Starke had a small part as a waitress in Albert Nobbs, for which Close received an Oscar nomination.
Playboy Bunnies, who'd waitress at Playboy Clubs in now-famous bustier and rabbit ear costumes debuted in 1960, were the subject of a famous undercover exposé by Gloria Steinem in 1963.
After working 23 years as a waitress, Kathy Taft spent nine years running her own bakery.
West left school at 18 and, although his three siblings were in college, chose to work at a supermarket to support his artistic endeavors; Vander Gucht studied English literature in college and took a job as a waitress for the same reason.
The waitress returns to pick up the mostly empty appetizer trays, and Union immediately orders a sipping tequila — the good stuff.
Quigley told the owner, who instead blamed the waitresses.
After this, Pellham and his wife ask for their bill and leave the establishment, but not before confronting the waitress abut the racist behavior.
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