Print ads for Cover Girl Replenishing Make-up (1986-87)
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5' 8" (1.73 m)
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I cared very much about being a good actress, and I learned over the years. But it wasn't my main motivating force in life; that was my drive for relationships. The concept of letting a great offer go for the sake of a marriage is unheard of in America. I didn't make popular decisions. I never moved to Hollywood. I didn't take my clothes off to act. Hollywood never owned me. My need for love ...
A former Ford model, for 30 years she was the face and spokeswoman for Cover Girl cosmetics, and is catalogued in the Smithsonian Institute's American History Museum, Center for Commercial Advertising.