Biography and best films of the beautiful actress..Ann-Margret



Born in Sweden, Ann-Margret came to the United States with her parents after World War II and moved to the West Coast with her singing group around 1959. George Burns helped launch her singing career, and she soon went on to acting, starring alongside big names such as with Elvis Presley, Jack Nicholson and John Wayne, earning an Oscar nomination for Carnal Knowledge.


While performing in the lounge of the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas, Ann-Margret was given the opportunity to audition for Hollywood veteran George Burns. Immediately after, he invited her to perform for a 10-night engagement at the Sahara Hotel, where the 18-year-old earned rave reviews. A succession of offers followed, including a record contract from RCA, and a seven-year film contract from 20th Century Fox.

In the early 1960s, Ann-Margret’s burgeoning career was chronicled in Life magazine, who classified her as Hollywood’s next young starlet. She made her film debut as Bette Davis’ daughter in Frank Capra’s Pocketful of Miracles (1961), and released her first album And Here She Is , Ann-Margret. In 1963, she co-starred in the film adaptation of the Broadway play Bye Bye Birdie, alongside Dick Van Dyke. By the end of year, she had also established herself as a recording star with two albums, and five additional hit singles that appeared on the Bye Bye Birdie soundtrack. In addition, she was invited to serenade President John F. Kennedy at his 46th birthday party.

In 1964’s Viva Las Vegas, Ann-Margret was noted for her performance as Presley’s love interest, a role that she was rumored to play on and offscreen. She continued to make a series of mildly successful films, including Kitten with a Whip and The Pleasure Seekers (both 1964). Although big box-office draws, Ann-Margret’s early roles merely exploited her sex appeal, including her portrayal as Karl Malden’s promiscuous wife who makes a seductive play for Steve McQueen in The Cincinnati Kid (1965).

In 1964, Ann-Margret’s romantic life also sparked when she began dating the former star of ABC’s 77 Sunset Strip, Roger Smith, whom she had first met in 1961. The couple married in May 1967. Her new husband doubled as her personal manager. In 1968, Ann-Margret was contracted by CBS to host a number of television specials, which featured Lucille Ball, Danny Thomas, and Jack Benny. During her time with CBS, she continued to regularly perform in Vegas, where she was often referred to as “The Queen of Vegas” and “The Swedish Meatball.”

Under Smith’s influence, she attempted to shed her sex-kitten image by taking on more serious roles. She succeeded when Mike Nichols cast her as the tragic Bobbie Templeton in 1971’s Carnal Knowledge, which starred Jack Nicholson. Ann-Margret’s supporting role was considered a breakthrough dramatic performance, establishing her as a credible actress, as well as earning her an Oscar nomination.

On November 1972, while appearing in a Lake Tahoe Casino, Ann-Margret had a devastating brush with death. While performing an extravagant opening sequence, she plummeted from a 22-foot platform, landing face down. After a dramatic and life-saving rescue, she fell into a coma for three days suffering broken bones in her face. She was taken back to Los Angeles to recover. Shortly after, the actress lost her beloved father to cancer. Ann-Margret’s accident, coupled with the death of her beloved father, led to a growing dependency on alcohol. Her addiction took its toll, and before long, she spiraled into a severe depression. However, with the support of her husband, she worked to rebuild her life and career, emerging as a healthier and more vibrant woman.


15.Old Dogs

John Travolta, Robin Williams

Released: 2009

Directed by: Walt Becker

Old Dogs is a 2009 American ensemble comedy film directed by Wild Hogs ‘​s Walt Becker and starring John Travolta and Robin Williams with an ensemble supporting cast played by Kelly..


Ann-Margret, Bing Crosby

Released: 1966

Directed by: Gordon Douglas

Stagecoach is a 1966 American film, directed by Gordon Douglas as a remake of the John Ford classic black-and-white western Stagecoach, which won two Academy Awards and received five..

13.A Streetcar Named Desire

Ann-Margret, Randy Quaid

Released: 1984

Directed by: John Erman

A Streetcar Named Desire is a 1984 television drama film directed by John Erman. Based on the 1947 play by Tennessee Williams, it stars Ann-Margret and Treat Williams..

12.State Fair

Ann-Margret, Bobby Darin

Released: 1962

Directed by: José Ferrer

State Fair is a 1962 American musical film directed by José Ferrer. The film is a remake of the 1933 and 1945 films of the same name. It was considered to be a financially and critically..

11.The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

Ann-Margret, Elizabeth Mitchell

Released: 2006

Directed by: Michael Lembeck

The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause is a 2006 American fantasy comedy film directed by Michael Lembeck. It is the third and final installment in The Santa Clause trilogy following The Santa Clause..

10. 52 Pick-Up

Ann-Margret, Kelly Preston

Released: 1986

Directed by: John Frankenheimer

52 Pick-Up is a 1986 crime thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer. The film stars Roy Scheider, Ann-Margret, and Vanity, and is based on Elmore Leonard’s novel of the same nam…


Anthony Hopkins, Ann-Margret

Released: 1978

Directed by: Richard Attenborough

Magic is a 1978 American psychological horror film directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Anthony Hopkins, Ann-Margret, and Burgess Meredith. The screenplay was by William..

8.Grumpier Old Men

Sophia Loren, Ann-Margret

Released: 1995

Directed by: Howard Deutch

Grumpier Old Men is a 1995 romantic comedy film, and a sequel to the 1993 film Grumpy Old Men. The film stars Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Ann-Margret, and Sophia Loren, with..

7.The Train Robbers

John Wayne, Ann-Margret

Released: 1973

Directed by: Burt Kennedy

The Train Robbers is a 1973 Western Technicolor film starring John Wayne, Ann-Margret, Rod Taylor and Ben Johnson. The movie was written and directed by Burt Kennedy. Rod Taylor is..

6.The Cincinnati Kid

Ann-Margret, Steve McQueen

Released: 1965

Directed by: Norman Jewison

The Cincinnati Kid is a 1965 American drama film. It tells the story of Eric “The Kid” Stoner, a young Depression-era poker player, as he seeks to establish his reputation as the best. This..


Tina Turner, Jack Nicholson

Released: 1975

Directed by: Ken Russell

Tommy is a 1975 British musical fantasy film based upon The Who’s 1969 rock opera album Tommy. It was directed by Ken Russell and featured a star-studded cast, including the band..

4.Grumpy Old Men

Ann-Margret, Daryl Hannah

Released: 1993

Directed by: Donald Petrie

Grumpy Old Men is a 1993 American romantic comedy film starring Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau and Ann-Margret, with Burgess Meredith, Daryl Hannah, Kevin Pollak, Ossie Davis and…

3.Bye Bye Birdie

Ann-Margret, Dick Van Dyke

Released: 1963

Directed by: George Sidney

Bye Bye Birdie is a 1963 musical comedy film from Columbia Pictures. It is a film adaptation of the stage production of the same name. The screenplay was written by Michael Stewart and…

2.Carnal Knowledge

Jack Nicholson, Ann-Margret

Released: 1971

Directed by: Mike Nichols

Carnal Knowledge is a 1971 American comedy-drama film directed by Mike Nichols and written by Jules Feiffer. It stars Jack Nicholson, Art Garfunkel, Ann-Margret and Candice Bergen….
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1.Viva Las Vegas

Elvis Presley, Ann-Margret

Released: 1964

Directed by: George Sidney

Viva Las Vegas is a 1964 American musical film starring Elvis Presley and actress Ann-Margret. Directed by golden age Hollywood musical director George Sidney, the film is regarded by fans..
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