Appeared in "Later Life" by A.R. Gurney
at the Merrimack Repertory Theater in Lowell, Massachusetts
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[on doing topless scenes in films] I don't think it's terrible. I'll do anything if it's a good part. The only thing that freaks me out is total nudity. I'm fine as long as I can keep my G-string on, but without my G-string I get nervous.
She became the first woman to display (on purpose) her nipples on American network television during the May 4, 1973, broadcast of Bruce Jay Friedman
's play Steambath
(1973) shown on Hollywood Television Theater (PBS). The story offered an unusual portrayal of the afterlife with "God" presented as a Puerto Rican steam bath attendant. Bill Bixby
played a man who refused to admit that he had died. ...
Sparkling blue eyes