Now 73, she currently lives just a couple of hours away from the Tallahatchie Bridge.
The child actor who grew up to star on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (1959-1963) is now 83.
On that series, Duane Hickman played straight man to Bob Denver as Maynard G. Although Denver, who died in 2005, moved on to "Gilligan's Island," the two remained close friends.
"In 50 years, we never had a harsh word," said Hickman, who has turned from acting to art and sells his paintings online.
Now 71, Lyons quit show business in 1980 and has lived quietly in Los Angeles ever since.
Busted for marijuana possession in 1962, Billy Gray didn't seem to be taking the straight-and-narrow path you might expect from the boy he played on the wholesome sitcom "Father Knows Best." Maybe just as well.
The film also launched a bestselling poster for Derek in a swimsuit, and subsequently she became one of the most popular sex symbols of the 1980s.
She was directed by husband John Derek in Tarzan, the Ape Man (1981), Bolero (1984) and Ghosts Can't Do It (1989), all of which received negative reviews.
Now in semi-retirement, she makes occasional film, television, and documentary appearances.Now 95, Day enjoys a "que sera sera" life in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Calif., where she has adopted many pets and devotes herself to animal rights. (his father was the heavyweight champ portrayed in "The Cinderella Man") bought the rights to "Ode to Billy Joe" and turned it into a movie in 1976, five years after finishing his long run as Jethro on "The Beverly Hillbillies." He later got into the gambling business and in recent years planned to open a "Beverly Hillbillies"–theme hotel and casino in Nevada, complete with Jethro's All You Can Et Buffet. As Miss Purdy in Jerry Lewis' "The Nutty Professor" (1963), Stella Stevens established herself as a blond bombshell with a heart of gold.The former Playmate of the Month later opened an art gallery and bakery in rural Washington state. She had a long-term relationship with Bob Kulick, a guitarist on albums by Kiss, Meat Loaf and Lou Reed. 1 in July 1967, edging out the Beatles' "All You Need Is Love." Bobbie Gentry, who studied philosophy at UCLA, later settled in Los Angeles, where she avoided the public eye for more than three decades.Today Gray, a diehard motorcycle collector at 79, co-owns Big Rock Engineering, which markets various products that he invented, including ergonomic guitar picks.is an American film and television actress, movie producer, and model perhaps best known for her breakthrough role in the 1979 film 10.S., the 92-year-old singer-actress is better known in the U. In recent years she blasted Sean Connery, the original James Bond, for accepting a knighthood while living as a tax exile in the Bahamas."Pete forever, Ringo never!" fans yelled after the Fab Three fired him in 1962.As Miss Purdy in Jerry Lewis' "The Nutty Professor" (1963), Stella Stevens established herself as a blond bombshell with a heart of gold.The former Playmate of the Month later opened an art gallery and bakery in rural Washington state. She had a long-term relationship with Bob Kulick, a guitarist on albums by Kiss, Meat Loaf and Lou Reed."Little Miss Dynamite lived up to her nickname back in the early '60s, when the Beatles were her opening act, and several decades later she still does—even though you don't hear much about her.Jimmy Stewart proposed to her and Bette Davis was her best friend, but de Havilland feuded for decades with her sister, Joan Fontaine, who said: "I married first, won the Oscar before Olivia did, and if I die first, she'll undoubtedly be livid because I beat her to it! Stevens, who sold insurance in New Jersey, hadn't told her he'd been a child actor. She was great in "The Avengers," but will always be best remembered as Pussy Galore, the hot lesbian stunt pilot and judo expert in "Goldfinger" (1964).Although Honor Blackman flies under the radar in the U.