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Lois Bromfield

Lois Bromfield is a Canadian comedic actor, writer, and television producer with a long list of credits including Roseanne, Grace Under Fire, The Jackie Thomas Show and The New Hollywood Squares.

She was in a lavender marriage to comedian Steve Moore from 1980 to 1995,[1] which ended after they both decided to publicly come out as gay.[2] Bromfield officially came out as lesbian in 1994 on The Arsenio Hall Show.[2]

She gained American citizenship in the 1990s, and has been living with her partner near Nürnburg, Germany, since 2009. Her sister is Valri Bromfield.



  1. ^ "In profile: Steve Moore". The Advocate. 24 June 1997. 
  2. ^ a b "Lois Bromfield's Empty Closet". The Advocate. 22 March 1994. pp. 54–56. 
  3. ^ Television Parts Show Reviews on Archived 22 December at WebCite

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