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Birth information

19 August 1940 Los Angeles, California, USA

Given Name

Jill Arlyn Oppenheim

Nickname

Magic

How tall is Jill St. John?

1.68 m

Who is(are) his/her spouse(s)?

Robert Wagner
Jack Jones
Lance Reventlow
Neil Dubin

Life Story of Jill St. John

With a career that spans an amazing 7 decades, Jill St. John absolutely smoldered on the big screen. A trendy, cosmopolitan presence in lightweight comedy, spirited adventure and spy intrigue, she appeared alongside some of Hollywood's most handsome male specimens. Although she was seldom called upon to do much more than frolic in the sun and/or playfully taunt and tempt her leading man as needed, this tangerine-topped stunner managed to do her job very, very well. A remarkably bright woman in real life, she was smart enough to play the Hollywood game to her advantage and did so for nearly two decades before looking elsewhere for fun and contentment.

Jill St. John was born in 1940 in Los Angeles. On stage and radio from age 5, she was pretty much prodded by a typical stage mother. Making her TV debut in a production of "A Christmas Carol," Jill began blossoming and attracting the right kind of attention in her late teens. She signed with Universal Pictures at age 16 and made her movie debut in Summer Love (1957) starring then-hot John Saxon. Moving ahead, she filled the bill as an exuberant, slightly dingy teen and as well as shapely love interest in such innocuous...

Significant features of Jill St. John

Short red hair
Voluptuous figure
Bikini-clad, sexpot roles

What movies did Jill St. John play or participate?

Actors Filmography
Northpole (2014) Mrs. Claus, The Calling (2002) Elegant Lady, The Trip (2002) Mary Oakley, Something to Believe In (1998) Dr. Joanne Anderson, Seinfeld (1997) Mrs. Abbott, Out There (1995) Bunny Wells, The Player (1992) Jill St. John, Around the World in 80 Days (1989) Woman mistaken for Princess Aouda / Woman Mistaken for Princess Aouda, J.J. Starbuck (1988) Rachel Capstone, Dempsey and Makepeace (1986) Mara Giardino, Emerald Point N.A.S. (1984) Deanna Kincaid, The Act (1983) Elise, Matt Houston (1982) Karen Ann Douglas, The Concrete Jungle (1982) Warden...

Birth information

19 August 1940 Los Angeles, California, USA

Given Name

Jill Arlyn Oppenheim

Nickname

Magic

How tall is Jill St. John?

1.68 m

Who is(are) his/her spouse(s)?

Robert Wagner
Jack Jones
Lance Reventlow
Neil Dubin

Life Story of Jill St. John

With a career that spans an amazing 7 decades, Jill St. John absolutely smoldered on the big screen. A trendy, cosmopolitan presence in lightweight comedy, spirited adventure and spy intrigue, she appeared alongside some of Hollywood's most handsome male specimens. Although she was seldom called upon to do much more than frolic in the sun and/or playfully taunt and tempt her leading man as needed, this tangerine-topped stunner managed to do her job very, very well. A remarkably bright woman in real life, she was smart enough to play the Hollywood game to her advantage and did so for nearly two decades before looking elsewhere for fun and contentment.

Jill St. John was born in 1940 in Los Angeles. On stage and radio from age 5, she was pretty much prodded by a typical stage mother. Making her TV debut in a production of "A Christmas Carol," Jill began blossoming and attracting the right kind of attention in her late teens. She signed with Universal Pictures at age 16 and made her movie debut in Summer Love (1957) starring then-hot John Saxon. Moving ahead, she filled the bill as an exuberant, slightly dingy teen and as well as shapely love interest in such innocuous...

Significant features of Jill St. John

Short red hair
Voluptuous figure
Bikini-clad, sexpot roles

What movies did Jill St. John play or participate?

Actors Filmography
Northpole (2014) Mrs. Claus, The Calling (2002) Elegant Lady, The Trip (2002) Mary Oakley, Something to Believe In (1998) Dr. Joanne Anderson, Seinfeld (1997) Mrs. Abbott, Out There (1995) Bunny Wells, The Player (1992) Jill St. John, Around the World in 80 Days (1989) Woman mistaken for Princess Aouda / Woman Mistaken for Princess Aouda, J.J. Starbuck (1988) Rachel Capstone, Dempsey and Makepeace (1986) Mara Giardino, Emerald Point N.A.S. (1984) Deanna Kincaid, The Act (1983) Elise, Matt Houston (1982) Karen Ann Douglas, The Concrete Jungle (1982) Warden...

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Jill St. John, Rod Taylor, and Trevor Howard in L - Der Lautlose (1965)

Originally was considered for the minor role of Plenty O'Toole in Diamonds Are Forever (1971); however, after the producers saw her, they offered her the lead. Naturally, she accepted.

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Jill St. John and Rod Taylor in L - Der Lautlose (1965)

Has a cat named Terminator.

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Jill St. John in L - Der Lautlose (1965)

Has known her husband Robert Wagner since she was 18 years old.

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Jill St. John and Rod Taylor in L - Der Lautlose (1965)

It took her German Shepherd "Larry" approximately four months to bark. When Larry did, Jill and Robert Wagner jumped out of their skin.

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Jerry Lewis, Agnes Moorehead, Jill St. John, etc.

Favorite state in the US is Colorado.

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Jerry Lewis and Jill St. John in Der Ladenhüter (1963)

Stepmother of Katie Wagner and Courtney Wagner. De-facto stepmother of Natasha Gregson Wagner.

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Jerry Lewis and Jill St. John in Der Ladenhüter (1963)

Became the first American Bond Girl when she took on the role of Tiffany Case in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).

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Jerry Lewis and Jill St. John in Der Ladenhüter (1963)

Was given the nickname 'magic' by her husband Robert Wagner.

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Jerry Lewis and Jill St. John in Der Ladenhüter (1963)

Dated musician Bill Hudson of The Hudson Brothers; singer Trini López; director Roman Polanski; talk show host David Frost; baseball player Sandy Koufax; lawyer Sid Korshak; plastic surgeon Steven Zax; political scientist Henry Kissinger; UN secretary general U Thant; Italian jewelry czar Gianni Bulgari; fashion designer Oleg Cassini; actors Michael Caine, Barry Coe, Sean Connery, Peter Lawford, George Lazenby, George Montgomery, Jack Nicholson, Alejandro Rey, Robert Vaughn and Adam West; real estate developers Lenny Ross and Robert Blum; criminal court judge Jerome M. Becker; ski instructor Ricky Head; Chicago businessman Delbert Coleman; Texas lieutenant governor Benjamin Barnes; Brazilian entrepreneur Francisco "Baby" Pignatari; Count Giovanni Volpi di Misurata; and Olympic ski champion Brownie Barnes. She also had a long though intermittent relationship with Frank Sinatra, 25 years her senior, whose daughter Tina Sinatra was once engaged to Robert Wagner.

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Jill St. John in Mädchen hinter Gittern (1982)

Her three ideal dinner guests would be: Oscar Wilde, Dorothy Parker and Robert Wagner.

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Sean Connery and Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Taught her stepdaughter Courtney Wagner how to ski.

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Jill St. John, Joseph Fürst, and Charles Gray in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

In the 1980s, her fantasy was to downhill ski faster than any Olympic team.

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Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

If she were not an actress, she would be a marine biologist.

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Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Is an only child.

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Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

She is a staunch conservative Republican.

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Sean Connery and Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Co-star in Diamonds Are Forever (1971) was Lana Wood, whose sister, actress Natalie Wood had been married to her future husband Robert Wagner. In 1999, she refused to be photographed with Lana for a Bond girl reunion for Vanity Fair magazine, so she was photographed separately and superimposed with the rest of the Bond girls.

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Sean Connery and Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

One of two actresses (the other is Kim Basinger) to appear in both a live-action Batman production and a James Bond film. St. John appeared in the pilot for the Batman (1966) TV series with Adam West and in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).

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Jill St. John and Gary Dubin in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Jill and Robert Wagner officially became an item on Valentine's Day 1982. They met in 1959.

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Sean Connery and Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Was replaced by Sharon Tate for the role of Sarah Shagal in The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967).

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Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Despite their divorce and subsequent remarriages, Jill refers to Lance Reventlow as "my late husband" in interviews.

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Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Contrary to persistent internet claims, she's not Jewish.

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Sean Connery and Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

She and Lana Wood have been at odds since 1971, more than a decade before Natalie's death. The feud started when Sean Connery was dating Lana and Jill simultaneously.

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Jill St. John and Robert Wagner in 25000 Dollar für einen Mann (1967)

Her two favourite films are Come Blow Your Horn (1963) and Tony Rome (1967), both with Frank Sinatra.

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Jill St. John in Batman (1966)

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Jill St. John in Batman (1966)

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Claude Rains, Jill St. John, David Hedison, Michael Rennie, etc.

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Jill St. John and Michael Rennie in Versunkene Welt (1960)

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Claude Rains, Jill St. John, Richard Haydn, David Hedison, Fernando Lamas, Vitina Marcus, etc.

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Jill St. John, David Hedison, Vitina Marcus, and Michael Rennie in Versunkene Welt (1960)

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Claude Rains, Jill St. John, Richard Haydn, David Hedison, Fernando Lamas, Vitina Marcus, etc.

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Jill St. John, Richard Haydn, David Hedison, Vitina Marcus, etc.

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Jill St. John and David Hedison in Versunkene Welt (1960)

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Sean Connery and Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Has an IQ of 162.

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Sean Connery and Jill St. John in James Bond 007 - Diamantenfieber (1971)

Measurements: 36-22-35 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine).

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Jason Robards and Jill St. John in Zärtlich ist die Nacht (1962)

She and Wagner spend their recreational time skiing, horseback riding and golfing.

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Jill St. John and Rod Taylor in L - Der Lautlose (1965)

Once appeared in a production of "Annie Get Your Gun" at age 11.

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Jill St. John and Trevor Howard in L - Der Lautlose (1965)

With an IQ of 162, she studied at UCLA starting at the age of 14, leaving after two years when she signed with Universal Pictures.

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Jill St. John in L - Der Lautlose (1965)

1958 Deb Star.

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