- NAME: Angie Dickinson
- OCCUPATION: Film Actress, Television Actress
- BIRTH DATE: September 30, 1931 (Age: 82)
- EDUCATION: Glendale College, Immaculate Heart College
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Kulm, North Dakota
- Maiden Name: Angeline Brown
- AKA: Angie Dickinson
- Full Name: Angeline Dickinson
- AKA: Angie Brown
- ZODIAC SIGN: Libra
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Angie Dickinson is an American actress best known for her roles in the films Dressed to Kill and Ocean's Eleven, and on the hit 1970s television series Police Woman.
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After numerous television movies and guest appearances, Dickinson made a bigger splash on the small screen with the 1993 miniseries Wild Palms. She played a seductive villain on the show, which was directed and produced by Oliver Stone. Since then, she has appeared infrequently in films and on television,
One of Hollywood's most alluring stars, Dickinson is rumored to have been involved with a number of well-known figures, ranging from Frank Sinatra to President John F. Kennedy. She was married to composer Burt Bacharach from 1965 to 1981. They had a daughter, Lea Nikki, in 1966. Known as "Nikki," their daughter committed suicide in 2007, following a decades-long struggle with vision problems and Asperger's syndrome.
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