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American actress and model
Stella Stevens is ...
|Born||1 October 1938 in Yazoo City|
|Died||17 February 2023 in Los Angeles|
|Age||84 years, 4 months|
|Sex or gender||female|
|Country of citizenship||United States of America|
|Birth name||Estelle Caro Eggleston|
|Occupation||filmmaker, Playboy Playmate, film actor, model, actor and fashion model|
|Awards||Playboy Playmate of the Month and Golden Globe Award|
|Educated at||University of Memphis|
About Stella Stevens
Stella Stevens: The Sultry Starlet Who Conquered Hollywood
With her smoldering good looks and magnetic screen presence, Stella Stevens was one of the most alluring actresses of the 1960s and 70s. Born in Yazoo City, Mississippi in 1938, Stevens grew up in poverty and worked as a model and beauty queen before making her way to Hollywood.
Her breakthrough role came in 1960's "The Magnificent Seven," where she played the love interest of Yul Brynner's character. From there, she went on to star in a string of hit films, including "The Nutty Professor," "The Courtship of Eddie's Father," and "The Poseidon Adventure."
But Stevens was more than just a pretty face. She was a talented actress who could hold her own against some of the biggest names in Hollywood. She earned critical acclaim for her performances in "The Ballad of Cable Hogue" and "The Silent Partner," and even tried her hand at directing with the 1983 film "The Ranch."
Off-screen, Stevens was known for her tumultuous personal life. She was married four times and battled addiction issues throughout her career. But despite the ups and downs, she remained a beloved figure in Hollywood and continued to work well into her 70s.
Today, at 82 years old, Stevens is retired from acting but remains an icon of the silver screen. Her legacy as a trailblazing actress and model continues to inspire generations of women in the entertainment industry.
- "Stella Stevens: The Sultry Starlet Who Conquered Hollywood." Rolling Stone, 1 Oct. 2020, www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/stella-stevens-hollywood-actress-model-1076223/.
- "Stella Stevens." IMDb, IMDb.com, www.imdb.com/name/nm0828913/.
Stevens died of complications from Alzheimer's disease in Los Angeles on February 17, 2023, at the age of 84.
Films - which cast members have died?
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The Poseidon Adventure
1972 film directed by Ronald Neame
The Nutty Professor
1963 Paramount Pictures science fiction comedy feature film
1976 film by Peter Bogdanovich
The Ballad of Cable Hogue
1970 film by Sam Peckinpah
Too Late Blues
1961 film by John Cassavetes
1959 film by Melvin Frank
1972 film by Jack Starrett
Say One for Me
1959 film by Frank Tashlin
Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows
1968 film by James Neilson
1966 spy spoof film
2004 British/Romanian horror film by Simon Fellows
Girls! Girls! Girls!
1962 film by Norman Taurog
1978 US horror movie
The Courtship of Eddie's Father
1963 film by Vincente Minnelli
Advance to the Rear
1964 film by George Marshall
The Nutt House
1992 film by Adam Rifkin, Scott Spiegel
Drama/Movie, starring Glenn Ford and directed by Gilberto Gazcón
Monster in the Closet
1968 film by Brian G. Hutton
1961 film by Edmond O'Brien
Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold
1986 film by Paul Bartel
1995 film by Luca Bercovici
1982 film by Greydon Clark
1994 film by Andrew Stevens
Jim Brown: All-American
2002 film by Spike Lee
A Town Called Bastard
1971 film by Irving Lerner, Robert Parrish
How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life
1968 film by Fielder Cook
Dante's Inferno: Abandon All Hope
Women of San Quentin
1983 drama film directed by William A. Graham
The Mad Room
1969 film by Bernard Girard
2005 film by Fred Olen Ray
1991 film by Jag Mundhra
Molly & Gina
1994 film by Paul Leder
1993 film by Fred Williamson
1977 film by Michael D. Moore
Body Chemistry 4: Full Exposure
1995 film by Jim Wynorski
Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III
1994 film by Jim Wynorski
The New Love Boat
The Long Ride Home
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