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Inger Stevens Biography and Filmography
Inger Stevens
Birthday: October 18, 1934
Birth Place: Stockholm, Sweden
Height: 0' 0"
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At age 16, Inger Stevens broke into show business in a Kansas City burlesque show. She moved to New York at age 18, working in the garment center and as a chorus girl while studying theater at the Actors Studio and making the rounds of Broadway agents. She appeared in several TV commercials, leading to roles in TV dramas. In 1956 she debuted on Broadway, then made her first film in 1957. She went on to appear in a dozen or so films during the next decade-plus. Stevens achieved some popularity as the star of the '60s TV series "The Farmer's Daughter." After her death at age 36, it was later revealed that she had been secretly married since 1961 to black musician Isaac (Ike) Jones.
Run, Simon, Run (1970)
The Mask of Sheba (1970)
A Dream of Kings (1969)
[ Irene Pappa ]
House of Cards (1968)
Hang 'Em High (1968)
5 Card Stud (1968)
Madigan (1968)
[ Susan Clark ][ Sheree North ]
Firecreek (1968)
[ Barbara Luna ]
A Time for Killing (1967)
A Guide for the Married Man (1967)
[ Lucille Ball ][ Jayne Mansfield ][ Majel Barret-Roddenberry ][ Linda Harrison ][ Polly Bergen ]
The Borgia Stick (1967)
The New Interns (1964)
[ Barbara Eden ][ Dawn Wells ][ Stefanie Powers ][ Sue Ann Langdon ][ Marianna Hill ]
The Price of Tomatoes (1962)
Cry Fraud (1961)
The Hitch-Hiker (1960)
The Beryllium Eater (1960)
The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1959)
The Buccaneer (1958)
[ Majel Barret-Roddenberry ][ Claire Bloom ][ Fran Jefferies ]
Cry Terror! (1958)
[ Angie Dickinson ]
Man on Fire (1957)
Eloise (1956)
The Conviction of Peter Shea (1955)
Sue Ellen (1954)
  • Following her suicide from acute barbiturate poisoning, it was revealed that Inger had been long married (from 1961) to African-American bit actor Ike Jones. The marriage, for obvious reasons, was kept under wraps to protect her career. They were estranged at the time she died.
  • She cheated death three times. In her first suicide attempt, she swallowed sleeping pills and ammonia which left her with blood clots in her lungs, legs swelled up to twice their size, and temporary blindness (she miraculously recovered within weeks); one time, she and Rod Steiger were nearly asphyxiated by carbon monoxide fumes while filming a scene from Cry Terror! (1958) in a tunnel (Steiger said years later she initially refused medical treatment at the scene, she said she wanted to die); and once she leaped from a crash-landing jet liner minutes before it exploded.
  • One of her best remembered TV roles was on an episode of "The Twilight Zone" (1959) in which she played a frantic lady driver who kept passing the same hitchhiker on the road ("Going my way?"). The audience later finds out the phantom actually represented Death and that she had been killed in a car accident all along. An eerie foreshadowing?
  • Was romantically involved with Bing Crosby during and after they appeared together in Man on Fire (1957). The relationship never led to marriage because Stevens refused to convert to Catholicism. When Crosby married Kathryn Grant, who had converted a year or two later, Stevens was devastated.
  • Measurements: 34-22-34 (self-described in 1961 "Cosmopolitan" interview), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • A month after her death, her widower, Ike Jones, asked to be named administrator of her estate. Her brother appeared in court to support him, and eventually was given half of the estate. He immediately gave all the money to children's charities and mental health organizations.
  • Replaced Barbara Bel Geddes on Broadway in "Mary, Mary" in 1962.
  • Was in the running but lost out on the role of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) to Audrey Hepburn.
  • First husband, Tony Soglio, was also her first agent. They married in 1955 but separated after only six months. Since there was no community property, he was given 5% of her earnings for the next seven years upon their 1958 divorce.

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