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Connie Stevens ACTOR

Connie Stevens was born on August 8th, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York with the birth name Concetta Rosalie Anna Ingolia.  Her parents who both worked as jazz musicians soon filed for divorce and she was raised by her grandparents being sent to study at a Catholic boarding school.
From a young age she developed an interest in singing and formed a vocal group called, "The Foremost" with her and three young men.  She later relocated to Hollywood and formed another singing group known as, "The Three Debs".
She had a couple small roles on such films as, "Young and Dangerous" (1957), "Eighteen and Anxious" (1957), 'The Party Crashers" (1958) and "Dragstrip Riot" (1958) before she was cast in her first starring role in, "Rock-a-Bye Baby" (1958).
Now Hollywood had really began to take notice of her and Warner Brother signed a contract with her.  Soon she was appearing on, "Hawaiian Eye" (1959) starring Robert Conrad followed by roles in such features as, "Susan Slade" (1961), "Parrish" (1961) starring Troy Donahue and Dean Jagger, "Palm Springs Weekend" (1963) and "Two on a Guillotine" (1965).
Along with her film career she was also sharing her vocal talents with her fans recording such songs as, "Blame it On My Youth", "Looking for a Boy", "Sixteen Reasons", and "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb" referring to one of the stars, Edd Brynes, of the hit TV series "77 Sunset Strip.  She also used her singing voice in commercials and appeared live in a number of nightclubs.  She made quite a name for herself in Las Vegas and also performed on Broadway in such productions as, "The Star-Spangled Girl".
As her career progressed she was seen in films such as, "Grease 2" (1982), "Back to the Beach" (1987), "Love is All There is" (1996) and "Double Duty" (2009).  Along with her singing, stage and film work she also appeared on a variety of television series throughout her career in the industry such as, "Wendy and Me" starring with George Burns, "Murder, She Wrote", "The Love Boat", "Baywatch", "Burke's Law", "Maverick", "Ellen", "Clueless", "Three Sisters", "Hotel" and "Fantasy Island".
After her final film appearance in 2009, she began to embark on a new business venture doing infomercials for a skin care line and make up line, Forever Spring.  She has made a very successful career
She has married twice throughout her lifetime, first to James Stacy in 1963 however by 1966 this marriage came to an end.  She then married Eddie Fisher in 1967 and they had two children before they divorced in 1969.  She has not re-married again and owns homes in Beverly Hills, Palm Springs and New York City.
Along with her already busy personal life and professional life she makes time to be involved with a number of charitable causes such as founding the Windfeather project which awards scholarships to Native Americans.  Connie is also a supporter of Cancergroup.com.
Connie has been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, The Palm Springs Walk of Stars and the Italian Walk of Fame in Toronto, Canada. 


2009   Double Duty

2006   The Wedding Album

2005   Fat Actress 

2004   8 Simple Rules 

2004   Wild Card 

2002   Titus 

2002   Returning Mickey Stern 

2001   Three Sisters 

1997   James Dean: Race with Destiny 

1997   Clueless

1996   Baywatch 

1996   Love Is All There Is

1994   Ellen

1994   Burke's Law

1993   King B: A Life in the Movies 

1985-1990  Murder, She Wrote 

1988-1989  Starting from Scratch

1988   Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis

1988   Tapeheads 

1987   Back to the Beach

1978-1987  The Love Boat

1986   Tales from the Darkside 

1983   Hotel 

1978-1982  Fantasy Island

1982   Grease 2

1981   Harry's Battles 

1981   Side Show 

1981   Aloha Paradise

1980   Murder Can Hurt You! 

1980   Scruples 

1979   Love's Savage Fury 

1978   Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 

1976   Scorchy 

1974   The Sex Symbol 

1972   Every Man Needs One 

1972   Playmates 

1972   Call Her Mom

1971   Kraft Music Hall Presents: The Des O'Connor Show 

1971   The Grissom Gang 

1970   The Tim Conway Comedy Hour

1969   The Littlest Angel

1969   Love, American Style 

1969   Mister Jerico 

1967   Spotlight

1966   ABC Stage 67

1966   Way... Way Out 

1965   Never Too Late 

1964-1965  Wendy and Me 

1965   Two on a Guillotine 

1964   The Red Skelton Hour

1964   Temple Houston 

1963   Palm Springs Weekend 

1959-1963  Hawaiian Eye

1961   Susan Slade 

1961   Parrish

1958-1960  77 Sunset Strip 

1959   Cheyenne 

1957-1959  Sugarfoot 

1959   Maverick 

1958   The Ann Sothern Show

1958   The Party Crashers

1958   Rock-a-Bye Baby 

1958   Dragstrip Riot 

1958   The Bob Cummings Show 

1957   Eighteen and Anxious 

1957   Young and Dangerous 

Matinee Classics - The Littlest Angel starring Johnny Whitaker, Cab Calloway, E.G. Marshall, Tony Randall, George Rose, Connie Stevens, James Coco, Evelyn Russell, Cris Alexander and George Blackwell

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