- At 5, she was a regular on the radio series One Man's Family.
- Toured with Martha Raye in Annie Get Your Gun at 10.
- Studied at the Panaieff Ballet Center in Hollywood, where classmates included Natalie Wood and Stefanie Powers.
- Graduated from high school at age 14.
- Was signed to a contract by Universal Studios at 16.
- Married her first husband, linen heir Neil Dubin, three times because they were concerned about the legality of the marriages.
- Once ran the designer-sweater business Smith-St. John Ltd.
- Was the first American Bond girl when she played Tiffany Case in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).
- In the 1980s, she hosted monthly cooking spots on ABC's Good Morning America, wrote a monthly column for USA Weekend magazine and published several cookbooks.
- Has appeared with husband Robert Wagner in six movies and a number of TV series, including the famous "The Yada Yada" episode of Seinfeld.
- Has lived in Hollywood, Paris, London, Aspen and Honolulu.
- 1964, Golden Globe — Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy: Nominee
- Neil Dubin — Ex-husband
- Katie Wagner — Stepdaughter
- Courtney Brooke Wagner — Stepdaughter
- Natasha Gregson Wagner — Stepdaughter
- Lance Reventlow — Ex-husband
- Edward Oppenheimer — Father
- Robert Wagner — Husband
- Jack Jones — Ex-husband
- Betty Lou Oppenheimer — Mother
- Attended University of California, Los Angeles, California, United States
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