Elaine Stewart Overview:

Actress, Elaine Stewart, was born Elsy Steinberg on May 31, 1930 in Montclair, NJ. Stewart died at the age of 81 on Jun 27, 2011 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles .



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In Memory: (May 31, 1930 – June 27, 2011)

By Dawn on Jun 28, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

(May 31, 1930 – June 27, 2011), made her debut by winning Miss See in See Magazine in 1952. She was in many magazines such as Playboy and Photoplay. She had a supporting role in the film, The Bad and the Beautiful (1952). She also performed in: Brigadoon, Night Passage and The ... Read full article

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Elaine Stewart Quotes:

Victor "Gaucho" Ribera: To give truth to a performance, there's nothing like love.
Georgia Lorrison: Love is for the very young.
Lila: Love is for the birds!

Princess Fakzia: There is some love you cannot buy.
Hajji Baba: Only in legend.
Princess Fakzia: Perhaps you are right. Perhaps legends are for barbers and love for princesses.

[disguised as an apprentice barber, Princess Fakzia is forced to listen as Hajji and his friends discuss her failings]
Hajji Baba: But I hear the Princess Faksia...
Osman Aga: ...Is beautiful, eh? I hear so, too, but as you yourself said this morning, she's cruel and selfish.
Caoush: And I have it from one of her handmaidens that she's not even beautiful. Her mouth is large, she has no salt in her complexion, her teeth are crooked and, as for her waist, it is as fat as an elephant's. Her feet - a camel has smaller.
Princess Fakzia: That's a lie!

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Elaine Stewart Facts
As a teenager, she worked as an usherette, then later as a medical assistant.

Husband Merrill Heatter was a game-show producer who created "Las Vegas Gambit" (1972), which she co-hosted with Wink Martindale, beginning in 1972.

Her favorite charities included the Jewish Relief Fund, The American Diabetes Association, and The Muscular Distrophy Association.

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