Synopsis by Rob Ferrier
This episode of Biography examines the life and times of Ann-Margret, a rare actress who has managed to make the transition from sex symbol to character actress with grace. Once the hottest stars in Hollywood, Ann-Margret got her break when George Burns asked her to perform in his Vegas show. From there she went on to star in such films as State Fair and Carnal Knowledge. This woman has known the highs and lows of a career on the silver screen, from the Ann-Margret mania that swept the nation to her near crippling bouts with depression. Like other episodes of the series, this uses a careful blend of clips and interviews to forge its portrait.
actor, celebrity, Hollywood, sex-symbol, stars [celebrities]