- Singles: Had two top-ten records: "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb" in 1958 with Edd Byrnes and "Sixteen Reasons" in 1961.
- Unsold pilot: In 1970 she starred in a sitcom pilot called "The Connie Stevens Show" where she played the owner of a business who specialized in doing odd jobs for customers.
- In 1989 she started her own line of skin care products--one of the first, if not the first, Hollywood actresses to do so--and eventually built it into a $100-million business, expanding into the beauty spa business, too.
- She started out as a singer in New York with a group called the Fourmost. After she left, the group reformed and became The Lettermen.
- Single: Recorded a song in 1971 titled "Keep Growing Strong" with producer Thom Bell. The title was later changed to "Betcha By, Golly, Wow" and became a #3 pop hit for The Stylistics.
- (1966) Stage Play: Star Spangled Girl. Comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Oliver Smith. Costume Design by Ann Roth. Stage Manager: Wisner Washam. Directed by George Axelrod. Plymouth Theatre: 21 Dec 1966- 5 Aug 1967 (261 performances). Cast: Richard Benjamin (as "Norman Cornell"), Anthony Perkins (as "Andy Hobart"), Connie Stevens (as "Sophie Rauschmeyer"). Understudies: William Bogert (as "Andy Hobart/Norman Cornell"), Melinda Cordell [credited as Melinda Plank] (as "Sophie Rauschmeyer"). Replacement actors: Paul Sand (as "Norman Cornell) [from 3 Jul 1967- ?], Sheila Wells (as "Sophie Rauschmeyer") [from 5 Jun 5 1967- ?]. Understudy: Joan McCall (as "Sophie Rauschmeyer"). Produced by Saint Subber and Nancy Enterprises Inc. Note: Filmed as Star Spangled Girl (1971).