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Connections

Clint Eastwood
(Movies & TV)
Anita Ekberg
(Movies & TV)
Pat Sheehan (model)
(Movies & TV)
Playboy
(Journalism)
Marisa Pavan
(Movies & TV)
Kipp Hamilton
(Movies & TV)
 

See also

Mara Corday

Knowledge Identifier: +Mara_Corday

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Mara Corday

Showgirl, model, actress, Playboy Playmate and a 1950s cult figure add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1930.

Countries: United States (71%), Sweden (14%), Italy (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Clint Eastwood, Anita Ekberg, Pat Sheehan (model)

Linked to: Playboy, American Broadcasting Company

 

Timeline


 

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Mara Corday was born in 1930 add something


1951

Her physical beauty brought jobs as a photographer's model that led to a bit part as a showgirl in the 1951 film "Two Tickets to Broadway" add something


1954

In 1954 on the set of "Playgirl" she met actor Richard Long add something


1955

Kipp Hamilton - In October 1955, she was named "Deb Star of 1955" along with Cathy Crosby, Anita Ekberg, Lilian Montevecchi, Jody Lawrence, Mara Corday, Lori Nelson, Tracey Morgan, Marisa Pavan, and Gloria Thomas


1956

In 1956, she had a recurring role in the ABC television series "Combat Sergeant" add something


1957

Following the death of Long's wife, the two began dating and married in 1957 add something


1958

Pat Sheehan (model) - Sheehan was "Playboy" magazine's Playmate of the Month for October 1958, tied with Mara Corday


1959

From 1959 to early 1961, Corday worked exclusively doing guest spots on various television series add something


1974

A few years after her husband's death in 1974, Corday's friend Clint Eastwood offered her a chance to return to filmmaking with a role in his 1977 film "The Gauntlet" add something


1989

And she acted with Eastwood again in "Pink Cadillac" as well as in her last film, 1990's "The Rookie" add something