Angie Dickinson Overview:

Legendary actress, Angie Dickinson, was born Angeline Brown on Sep 30, 1931 in Kulm, ND. As of December 2020, Angie Dickinson was 89 years old.



She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television. Dickinson was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Seven Things to Know About

By Rick29 on Feb 27, 2020 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

1. 's favorite film role was as the sexy housewife who is brutally murdered after an adulterous encounter in Brian De Palma's Dressed to Kill (1980). She told Vanity Fair in a 2008 interview: "I’m good in it, and it’s a great part. I’m sorry I didn’t try to go ... Read full article

Cinema Connection--It's Black and White for in 1960's OCEANS 11

on Dec 11, 2011 From GlamAmor

When I went to model at NBC Studios last week, the Access Hollywood Live style segment was all about the Little Black Dress. Thus, I chose one of my own to wear that day...a vintage 1960s black pique shift with a white collar (below). I really love the simplicity of the lines and graphic appeal of... Read full article

Happy Birthday

By monty on Sep 30, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Happy 79th birthday to . was born in Kulm, North Dakota, in 1931, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Brown. Mr. Brown was the publisher of The Kulm Messenger. The family left North Dakota in 1942 when Angie was 11 years old, moving to Burbank, California. In December ... Read full article

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Angie Dickinson Quotes:

Beatrice Ocean: [to Sam Harmon] I'll consider mistress, plaything, toy for a night, but I refuse to be your mother. That's out!

Danny Ocean: I've got great news for you.
Beatrice Ocean: Auburn beat Alabama by twelve points.

Danny Ocean: I got great news for you.
Beatrice Ocean: Auburn beat Alabama by 12 points.

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Ranked #3 in TV Guide's '50 Sexiest TV Stars of All Time' list in 2002.

One of three daughters born to Leo and Frederica Brown. Her family owned and operated the North Dakota newspaper offices The Kulm Messenger and, later, the Edgeley Mail in the 1930s. The family moved to California when she was around 10 years old.

Was in serious consideration for the role of Carol McCoy in The Getaway (1972), which went to Ali MacGraw.

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