(October 13, 1942- )
Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Grew up in Chicago
Model turned actress
Acted in 'Summer and Smoke (1961),' 'One, Two, Three (1961),' 'State Fair (1962),' 'Come Fly with Me (1963),' 'The Lively Set (1964),' 'The Pleasure Seekers (1964),' 'The Hallelujah Trail (1965),' 'Harper (1966)' and 'Viva Max (1969)'
Why she might be annoying
She was a teen model.
She was featured in the 1964 surf movie 'For Those Who Think Young' with future 'Gilligan's Island' residents Bob Denver and Tina Louise.
Her 1962 marriage to magazine mogul Clay Felker (17 years her senior) ended in divorce.
To get away from her unhappy marriage, she moved to Italy in 1967 and made non-English films, grinding her career to a halt.
She remarried in 1974 and decided a film career wasn't for her, retiring for good.
She named her kids Echo and Aurora.
Why she might not be annoying
She was famed for her cheesecake poses and was featured in several magazines, including the cover of Vogue.
In 1962, she was nominated for two Golden Globes; one for Best Supporting Actress ('One, Two, Three') and another for Most Promising Newcomer - Female.
She won the Theatre World Award for 'Most Promising Newcomer' for her Broadway debut in 'Dinner at Eight' (1966).
Indiscreet photos of her were sold to Playboy and published without her consent or knowledge, so when Playboy staff asked her formally to pose for them, she told them to buzz off.
She says she has no regrets trading her film career for the role of wife and mother.
Credit: Scar Tactics
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