Ann Margret short bio
Ann-Margret (born Ann-Margret Olsson) is a Swedish-American actress, singer and dancer. She was born in Valsjöbyn, Jämtland County, Sweden under Taurus sun sign. She is the daughter of Anna Regina, a housewives and Carl Gustav Olsson, a native of Örnsköldsvik who work with the Johnson Electrical Company. In 1946 they moved to USA and they live in outside of Chicago, Illinois, in Wilmette. She was attended New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, and started her acting career since then. She then enrolled to Northwestern University, but did not graduate.
Ann Margret Body Measurements Table
|Date of birth||April 28, 1941|
|Age||74 years old|
|Height||165 cm (5 feet 9 inches)|
|Weights||119 pounds (54 kg)|
Ann Margret career
In Warner Brothers, she signed her first recording contract and took two singles and an LP on which, however, were unsuccessful. Successful her appearance in a Christmas show, the RCA Records and the 20th Century Fox was prompted to offer her a plate and a movie contract. During the first RCA plate Lost Love still flopped, came in September 1961 I Just Do not Understand the Top 20 of the Billboard charts. Her first film appearance in Pocketful of Miracles brought her a Golden Globe as best female junior-Star 1961st However, further successes with single plates would no longer set in contrast to the LP releases, which were still in demand. Her second film State Fair, a remake of the film musical carnival of love in 1945, was successful and so they turned more to acting. On the side of Pat Boone and Bobby Darin could combine their skills of singing and dancing. In 1963 she starred in the movie musical Bye Bye Birdie, a satire on the hype about Elvis Presley. The soundtracks of both movies were best-sellers. Played with Elvis Presley and even sang Ann-Margret in the 1964 musical film great nights in Las Vegas.
Her comeback in Hollywood they could in 1971 to love in a serious and sophisticated supporting role in the film The Art celebrate alongside Jack Nicholson, who earned her Oscar nomination and another Golden Globe. She was beside her Hollywood career and a successful singer in Las Vegas and broke attendance records at gigs in Miami by Sammy Davis jr. In 1972, she suffered a serious accident at a concert in Lake Tahoe. A stage platform plunged with her into the depths. Only several operations could restore her face. Thirteen weeks later, she was back on stage. She played in the following years when Jacques Deray and Claude Chabrol in France and in England in Henry Fielding film The Adventures of Joseph Andrews (1977) by Tony Richardson. Her biggest success was in 1975 Tommy, the film version of the rock opera by The Who, in which she played the mother of Roger Daltrey Tommy. They sang, danced and won her third Golden Globe and was nominated again for an Oscar as best actress. She was at the side of Anthony Hopkins in the psychological thriller Magic – to see an eerie love story in the Western comedy Cactus Jack with Kirk Douglas and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the marital drama Middle Age Crazy alongside Bruce Dern.
In the late 1970s was Ann-Margret also re-enter the music market by foot, with three singles, they placed themselves in the disco charts. She could continue her career successfully into the 21st century. In the 1980s, she appeared in leading roles alongside Jon Voight, Walter Matthau, Gene Hackman, Glenda Jackson, Alan Alda and Roy Scheider. She starred in action thrillers such as 52 pick-up by Elmore Leonard and in family dramas, comedies and romantic movies marriage. Also as a television actress, she was successful. She joined as dying mother of eleven children in what is only the children? and 1984 in the remake of the Tennessee Williams play A Streetcar Named Desire as Blanche DuBois. Critics praised her performance and she won again a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Emmy. In the 1990s, she first played in the musical Newsies, and then in the classic movie Grumpy Old Men the loveobject of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. She remained a popular television actress and Persisted in movies. So, for example, 1999 Oliver Stone’s damned Every Sunday and 2004 in the comedy Taxi. 2006 saw her as the mother of Jennifer Aniston in The Break-Up and the Tim Allen movie The Santa Clause 3. In 1995, she was in a survey of Empire Magazine in tenth place of the 100 most attractive actor in film history and the Playboy in the list of “sexiest film stars “of the century selected place. 13 2010 Ann-Margret was for her guest role of Rita Wills in the television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit honored with the Emmy.
Ann Margret controversy
Ann-Margret was gossiped has a fling with actor and singer Elvis Presley when she is still married to another man.
Ann Margret dating
Ann-Margret dated and then married to actor Roger Smith since May 8, 1967. She also rumored had a fling with Elvis Presley but never confirmed anything about it.
Ann Margret net worth
Ann-Margret named as one of the legendary actress in this world. Since she has spent her whole life in front of camera, it then known that her net worth is about $20 million dollars.