(March 5 to 17, 1968) She acted in Peter Shaffer's play, "The Black Comedy," in a Robert Ludlum production at the Playhouse on the Mall, Bergen Shopping Center, in Paramus, New Jersey.
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'Tippi' Hedren | Ms. Tippi Hedren
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When you do a love scene with someone in a movie, you have cameras and lights surrounding you. It's not very romantic, especially considering what I was going through. A lot of people have asked me whether or not I had a fling with Sean Connery
during the filming of Marnie
(1964), and the answer is no. Marnie was so frigid and cold that she screamed when a man came near her. If I had strong ...
Her first television commercial was for a cigarette brand in the early 1950s. She learned to smoke for the commercial, because she felt viewers would know if she was faking it. Her smoking habit lasted for 15 years until her daughter, actress Melanie Griffith
, then 10 years old, came to her after a school health lecture and begged her to stop. In her 2016 memoir, she wrote that her primary reason...