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Whatever Happened to Khrystyne Haje From ‘Head of the Class’?

Khrystyne Haje from 'Head of the Class'
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Then: Khrystyne Haje played sensitive writer and poet Simone Foster on the sitcom ‘Head of the Class.’ During that time period Haje also won a Daytime Emmy for hosting the special ‘Spaceship Earth: Our Global Environment.’ When ‘Head of the Class’ ended in 1991, Haje went on to a steady steam of guest appearances on shows such as ‘Murder, She Wrote’ and ‘Parker Lewis Can’t Lose.’

Now: Haje’s acting career has slowed considerably since the turn of the century, with her most prominent roles being a few appearances on the ‘Law & Order’ franchise about 10 years ago. The 44-year-old does maintain an active Facebook page, on which she offers the kind of new aged encouragement to her fans that one would expect from Simone Foster 25 years later.

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