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Ann-Margret is a Swedish-born actress, singer, and dancer who appeared in Viva Las Vegas with Elvis Presley, among others.
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In 1998, Ann-Margret earned her fifth Emmy nod for her impersonation of Pamela Harriman in the Lifetime biopic Life of the Party: The Pamela Harriman Story. The following year,
she returned to features with a supporting role as Cameron Diaz's mother in Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday. She returned to the stage and is scheduled to appear as Miss Mona in a national tour of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, which ran in 2001.
For over four decades, Ann-Margret has shown that she still has an undeniable appeal with audiences around the world. She debuted as a sexy siren of the 1960s with a fresh and independent spirit. She has matured into a multi-talented entertainer, rising from the status of a kitten with a whip to a respected actress.
During her career, Ann-Margret has been romantically linked to Eddie Fisher, Hugh O'Brien, Frankie Avalon, Vince Edwards, and Hollywood businessman Burt Sugarman, to whom she was briefly engaged in 1962. She is currently married to Roger Smith, who suffers from myasthenia gravis (a degenerative muscle disease). The couple raised three children, from Smith's previous marriage.
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