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Overview (3)

Born in Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Birth NameConnie Cusick
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Connie was born in 1937 in Washington, D.C. She attended a private school for girls in Danville, Virginia. At the age of 21, Connie was married to actor Tony Young but she divorced him a few years later and moved to Florida to be near her family. She was managing the cosmetics department for a large department store in Miami when her parents suggested that she apply for a job at the new Playboy Club. Connie became a "camera bunny" at the club, making a great deal of money in tips. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its June 1963 issue. Then, she continued working as a model in some TV commercials when she was discovered by director Herschell Gordon Lewis in 1963, Connie was hired to work in the horror movie Blood Feast (1963) directed by him the same year, there she met actor William Kerwin, they dated a few months and got married in 1964. Suggested by her husband, Connie played a leading part in the film Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964) also directed by Lewis. After that, she devoted her life to raise her two daughters and continued working in different plays with her husband and children. Connie also appeared in several movies in small roles.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: bradley

Spouse (3)

William Kerwin (16 February 1964 - 27 October 1989) (his death) (2 children)
Tony Young (1958 - 1962) (divorced)
Walter Mason (1955 - 1958) (divorced)

Trivia (8)

Playboy Playmate of the Month June 1963
Sister-in-law of Betty Kerwin, Harry Kerwin and Edmund Kerwin.
Mother of Denise Kerwin and Kim Kerwin.
Sister of Anne Mason.
She has worked in dozens of TV commercials in her early twenties.
Stepmother of Barbara Kerwin.
Stepmother-in-law of Tom Everett.
Mother-in-law of Ken Olandt.

Salary (1)

Blood Feast (1963) $175

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