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Stella Stevens’s Biography
Daughter of Dovey Estelle and Thomas Ellett Eggleston, December 16, 1954, just sixteen, married Noble Herman Stephens, from whom he had a son, Andrew Stevens, who will also become an actor. Three years later the couple divorced.
Blonde and blue-eyed, she was playmate in January 1960, an apparition that gave further impetus to her career. At the end of the fifties he made his debut on the big screen playing roles that emphasized its prosperous beauty. Among the first films in which he participated, to remember the comedies Dinne one for me (1959), where he played the short role of Chorine, and The craziest village in the world (1959), in the role of Appassionata von Climax. Later it was “Zizì Zillian” (in the Italian version), Miss Montana, actress and drummer who will marry Glenn Ford’s best friend in the comedy A Girlfriend for Dad (1963) and the student in love with her professor (Jerry Lewis) in Le crazy nights of Dr. Jerryll (1963).
Like other actresses with a provocative physique and similar to Marilyn Monroe, Stevens was often confined to voluptuous blonde roles and only in 1970, when she appeared in Sam Peckinpah’s The Cable Hogue ballad, played a role that consecrated her a certain actress. The actress was not convinced that she was suitable for Hildy’s part, but the director wanted to reassure her personally. However, Stevens had heavy discussions with the producers because of the compensation, and for the fact that it was not expected that even his name, in addition to that of the co-star Jason Robards, appeared before the title on the film posters, to the point that production estimated to take away the role to entrust it to Joanne Woodward, which however advanced even more economic claims, to the point that Stevens was confirmed for the role and for the name before the title.
In 1972 he appeared in one of his most important films, The Adventure of Poseidon, a great success of the catastrophic genre, which later became a cult, directed by Irwin Allen and also starring Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Roddy McDowall and Shelley Winters. She was given the role of Linda Rogo, the former prostitute wife of the policeman played by Borgnine.
She was also a television actress, known for the Flamingo Road series (1981-1982), and on two occasions went behind the camera, directing the biographical documentary The American Heroine (1979) and the romantic comedy The Ranch (1989).
Stella Stevens Short biodata & net worth
|Weight(lbs)||118 lbs (53.5 kg)|
|Height||5' 5" (165 cm)|
|Shoes Size||8 US|
|Does have breast implants?||No|
|Whole Name||Estelle Caro Eggleston|
|Place of Birth||Yazoo City, Mississippi|
|Birthday||October 1, 1938|
|Mother||Estelle Caro Eggleston|
|Father||Thomas Ellett Eggleston|
|Ocupation(s)||Film Producer, Director, Pin-Up Model|
Stella Stevens Net Worth
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