Jennifer O'Neill is an American actress, model, author and speaker, best known for her appearance in the 1971 film Summer of '42 and as a face of CoverGirl...Read More
Jennifer O'Neill is an American actress, model, author and speaker, best known for her appearance in the 1971 film Summer of '42 and as a face of CoverGirl cosmetics.
O’Neill’s career started in 1968 with a small role in For Love of Ivy. A couple of years later, she played a lead female role in Rio Lobo, starring opposite John Wayne. Best known for playing the part of Dorothy Walker in Summer of ’42, her agent allegedly had to fight to even get her a reading for the part, since the director had envisaged the role going to a much older woman. Subsequent to this role, she appeared in The Carey Treatment (1972), Lady Ice (1973), The Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975), Caravans (1978), A Force of One (1979), Scanners (1981), and The Cover Girl Murders (1993). O'Neill is also listed in the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History's Center for Advertising History for her long standing contract with Cover Girl cosmetics as its model and spokesperson in ads and television commercials.
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