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Dorothy Stratten

Knowledge Identifier: +Dorothy_Stratten

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Dorothy Stratten

Canadian-born Playboy Playmate, model, and actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1960.

Countries: United States (63%), Canada (25%), United Kingdom (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Playboy, Dairy Queen, Paul Snider

Linked to: Centennial Secondary School, Dairy Queen, Playboy, Red Hot Chili Peppers

 

Timeline


 

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Dorothy Stratten was born in 1960 add something


1961

In 1961 her brother John Arthur was born add something


1968

Her sister Louise Stratten followed in May 1968 add something


1977

In 1977 she was attending Centennial High School in Coquitlam when, while working part-time at a local Dairy Queen, she met twenty-six year old Vancouver-area club promoter and pimp, Paul Snider, who romanced her add something

 

Paul Snider - In 1977 Snider met Dorothy Stratten at a Vancouver-area Dairy Queen, where she was working part-time while still attending high school, and he romanced her


1979

In 1979 Dorothy and Paul moved to Los Angeles together add something

 

She guest-starred in episodes of the television series "Buck Rogers" and "Fantasy Island", along with a small role in the 1979 roller disco comedy "Skatetown, U.S.A." add something


1980

In 1980 she became "Playboy's" Playmate of the Year, with photography by Mario Casilli add something

 

"Cover Girl" became a hit for the band Prism in 1980 and "The Best Was Yet to Come", written with Jim Vallance, was on Adams' album "Cuts Like a Knife" , and later was covered by Laura Branigan add something


Dorothy Stratten died in 1980 add something

 

By August 1980 Snider most likely believed he had lost Stratten and what he had called his "rocket to the moon add something

 

Shortly after noon on August 14, 1980, Snider and Stratten met at Snider's house, where the two had once lived as a couple, and which Snider was by sharing with its owner, their mutual friend, Dr. Stephen Cushner add something

 

Carroll Baker - She starred in the 1980 Walt Disney-produced horror film, "The Watcher in the Woods", alongside Bette Davis and played the mother of Dorothy Stratten in "Star 80"


1981

Peter Bogdanovich - Teresa Carpenter's "Death of a Playmate" article about Dorothy Stratten's murder was published in "The Village Voice" and won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize, and while Bogdanovich did not criticize Carpenter's article in his book, she had lambasted both Bogdanovich and Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner, claiming that Stratten was a victim of them as much as of her husband, Paul Snider, who killed her and himself


1983

In 1983 film critic Vincent Canby wrote, "Miss Stratten possessed a charming screen presence and might possibly have become a first-rate comedienne with time and work add something

 

Bob Fosse - His final film, 1983's "Star 80", was a controversial biopic about slain "Playboy" Playmate Dorothy Stratten


2001

They divorced in 2001 after being married for 13 years add something


2008

A similar song was on Adams' 2008 album "11" add something


2012

In 2012, hungarian electronic music artist, "S Olbricht" created his own story of Dorothy's life, and released his first artist album, "The Last Act Of Dorothy Stratten" as a soundtrack add something


2014

"One Day Since Yesterday", a documentary about the making and cultural importance of Bogdanovich's romantic comedy, which includes interviews with the director and his remembrances of Stratten, was released in 2014 add something