Case in the James Bond movie, Diamonds Are Forever, and she is also famous
her high-profile social life and several romantic relationships with
prominent public figures.
In addition to acting, she also developed a business of handcrafted Angora sweaters and
also enjoys hiking, camping, rafting, skiing, orchids
growth, etc. She was born on August 19, 1940 in Los Angeles, California,
USA. Her parents are Betty and Edward Oppenheim.
In her youth, she studied at the Children’s Ballet Company with
Stephanie Powers and Natalie Wood. She began her acting career at the age of 6.
on the radio and she made her screen debut in 1949 at the age of 9 with
full-length TV movie Christmas Carol.
She was also on the Sandy Dreams TV show that year. She made her big-
screen debut in 1951 with a small role in the film ‘Thunder in the East’ … IN
At the age of 15, she entered the UCLA School of Continuing Education. Next year,
she was signed to Universal Pictures and her major studio film was
Summer love 1958.
She then signed to 20th Century Studios, and in 1959 she played the role
Clifton Webb’s daughter in The Wonderful Mr. Pennipaker. She had a key
role in Come Blow Your Horn, for which she was nominated for
She has been a guest star on television shows such as Burke’s Law, Journey to
Bottom of the Sea, Theater of Stars, etc. She became famous for her role
Bond Girl, Tiffany Keyes in the Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever, 1971.
In 1982 she starred in the TV movie ‘Concrete Jungle’.
From 1983 to 1984, she appeared in the soap opera Emerald Point N.A.S. She had
the role of Mrs. Claus in the TV movie Northpole in 2014 … She left
after three unsuccessful marriages, and in 1990 she married her fourth husband,
Robert Wagner, whom she had known since the age of 18.