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Jill Arlyn Oppenheim was born on the 19th August 1940, in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is an actress, who rose to fame after landing the role of Tiffany Case, the Bond girl in the spy film “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971). Jill St. John has been active in the entertainment industry since 1949.
How rich is the actress? It has been calculated by authoritative sources that the overall size of Jill St. John’s net worth is as much as $10 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2016.
Jill St. John Net Worth $10 Million
To begin with, Jill was raised in Los Angeles in the family of the restaurant host Edward Oppenheim and his wife Betty Goldberg. The mother was responsible for Jill’s education and career opportunities, and in order to acquire a full education, Jill attended ballet school, in which she also studied with the future actresses Natalie Wood and
Stefanie Powers. At age six, Jill had a role in a radio play, then at nine, she made her debut landing a role in the movie “A Christmas Carol” (1949). The same year appeared in the series “Sandy Dreams”, when her mother, caring for daughter’s career, decided that the surname Oppenheimer wasn’t suitable for the actress, thus Jill became Saint John at the age of 11. Later, Jill appeared in several episodes of the television show “The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show” (1951), and being 14 years old, she graduated from Hollywood Professional School. She matriculated at the UCLA Extension School in 1955. Two years later, Jill signed a contract with the film studio Universal Pictures and decided to give up her studies, focusing on her career.
Concerning her professional career, the first film she appeared in was the comedy “Summer Love” (1958). Later, she starred in the films “The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker” (1959), “Holiday for Lovers” (1959), “The Lost World” (1960), “The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone” (1961), “Tender Is the Night” (1962), “Who’s Been Sleeping in My Bed?” (1963) and “Honeymoon Hotel” (1964). It is worth saying that for her role in the film “Come Blow Your Horn” (1963) Jill was nominated for a Golden Globe; in this film, as well as in “Tony Rome” (1967), she played alongside
Frank Sinatra. Jill’s career on the big screen was a success – she was praised by critics as well as loved by audiences, which did her net worth no harm at all.
In 1966, she starred in the television series “Batman”. In 1971, she became the first American Bond girl that played in the film “Diamonds Are Forever” opposite
Sean Connery. In 1972, she left Hollywood and moved to Aspen, subsequently appearing less frequently on screens. At that time, she became interested in cooking and eventually became quite known as a lead in the section of food of television show “Good Morning America”. She published the book “The Jill St. John Cookbook”. In addition to these activities, she got engaged in gardening (cultivation of orchids) and created angora knitwear business. However, she also created roles in television series “Magnum P.I.”, “The Love Boat”, “Burke’s Law”, “Fantasy Island”, “Seinfeld” and others, but acting in her life became no longer so important and more episodic.
Finally, in the personal life of the actress, she has married four times. Her first husband was Neil Dubin (1957–1958), the second – Lance Reventlow (1960–1963), the third – Jack Jones (1967–1969) and the fourth –
Robert Wagner (1990–present). She has no children of her own, but three stepdaughters. Quick Facts
Birth date: , August 19 1940 Birth place: , Los Angeles , California USA Height: 5' 6" (1.68 m) Profession: Actress Education: , Hollywood Professional School UCLA Extension School Nationality: American Spouse: , Neil Dubin (1957–1958) , Lance Reventlow (1960–1963) , Jack Jones (1967–1969) Robert Wagner (1990–present) Parents: , Edward Oppenheim Betty Goldberg Nominations: Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (1963) Movies: , “A Christmas Carol” (1949) , “Batman” (1966) , “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971) , “Summer Love” (1958) , “The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker” (1959) , “Holiday for Lovers” (1959) , “Come Blow Your Horn” (1963) , “Honeymoon Hotel” (1964) , “Tony Rome” (1967) “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971) TV shows: , “The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show” , “Batman” , “Good Morning America” , “Magnum P.I.” , “The Love Boat” , “Burke's Law” , “Fantasy Island” “Seinfeld” Books: “The Jill St. John Cookbook” (1987)
# Fact 1 Jill and Robert Wagner officially became an item on Valentine's Day 1982. They were together eight years before marrying. 2 Jill St. John is the only actress to have appeared in a live-action Batman production and an EON-produced Bond film. She appeared in the pilot for the Batman (1966) TV series, with Adam West and in Diamonds Are Forever (1971). 3 Co-star in Diamonds Are Forever (1971) was Lana Wood, whose sister, actress Natalie Wood had been married to her future husband Robert Wagner. 4 She is a staunch conservative Republican. 5 Is an only child. 6 If she were not an actress, she would be a marine biologist. 7 In the 1980s, her fantasy was to downhill ski faster than any Olympic team. 8 Taught her stepdaughter Courtney Wagner how to ski. 9 Her idol is Kay Kendall. 10 Her three ideal dinner guests would be: Oscar Wilde, Dorothy Parker and Robert Wagner. 11 She and her husband, Robert Wagner, have appeared in seven movies together: Banning (1967), How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1967), Around the World in 80 Days (1989), The Player (1992), Something to Believe In (1998), The Calling (2002), and Northpole (2014). They also appeared together in episodes of Hart to Hart (1979) and Seinfeld (1989). 12 Dated musician Bill Hudson of The Hudson Brothers; director Roman Polanski; political scientist Henry Kissinger; actors George Montgomery, Peter Lawford, Barry Coe, George Lazenby, Jack Nicholson, Michael Caine and Sean Connery; baseball player Sandy Koufax; South American millionaire Francisco "Baby" Pignatari; Count Giovanni Volpi; talk show host David Frost; Texas Lt. Gov. Benjamin Barnes; Italian jewelry czar Gianni Bulgari; and entertainer Frank Sinatra, whose daughter Tina Sinatra was once engaged to Jill's husband Robert Wagner. 13 Was given the nickname 'magic' by her husband Robert Wagner. 14 Became the first American Bond Girl when she took on the role of Tiffany Case in Diamonds Are Forever (1971). 15 Stepmother of Katie Wagner, and Courtney Wagner. Father is Robert Wagner. 16 Recently sold her Los Angeles home, that she shares with Robert Wagner for a reported 15 million. 17 It took her German Shepherd "Larry" approximately four months to bark. When Larry did, Jill and Robert Wagner jumped out of their skin. 18 Has known her husband Robert Wagner since she was 14 years old. 19 Has a cat named Terminator. 20 Was offered the role of Plenty O'Toole in Diamonds Are Forever (1971); however, after the directors saw her, she was offered the role as the bond girl: 'Tiffany Case'. 21 1958 Deb Star. 22 With an IQ of 162, she studied at UCLA starting at the age of 14, leaving after two years when she signed with Universal Pictures. 23 Once appeared in a production of "Annie Get Your Gun" at age 11. 24 She and husband Robert Wagner have homes in Aspen and L.A.'s Pacific Palisades where Jill keeps a number of horses. 25 Her stage mother changed Jill's name from Oppenheim to St. John when Jill was 11 and later gave her daughter a turned-up nose job so she would photograph better. 26 She and husband Robert Wagner spend their recreational time skiing, horseback riding and golfing. 27 5 February 2005 - Injured in a skiing accident and required hospitalization. 28 Former daughter-in-law of Woolworth heiress, Barbara Hutton. 29 In same ballet class as youngster with Natalie Wood and Stefanie Powers, the three women all later had long term relationship with Robert Wagner.
# Trademark 1 Bikini-clad, sexpot roles 2 Voluptuous figure 3 Short red hair
# Quote 1 [on not dating former co-star Warren Beatty] I'm probably one of the few who doesn't know him that way. 2 [about her husband Robert Wagner] You can't look in those eyes and see that smile and not smile yourself. 3 [asked if she and husband Robert Wagner] spend a lot of time apart] I didn't marry my husband to be away from him! 4 Diamonds are forever, my youth is not. 5 I love the idea of belonging to one man, and having one man belong to me. 6 Sean Connery was very much like James Bond. He was very protective. 7 I know who I am and those who care about me know who I am. 8 I believe that personal happiness is still greater than any career. 9 [in the documentary Bond Girls Are Forever (2002)] No one ever wants to give up the mantle of being a Bond girl, and if they say they do, they're lying. 10 [about her marriage to Robert Wagner] We sit in bed and eat cookies just like anyone else.
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Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 1964 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actress - Comedy or Musical Come Blow Your Horn (1963)
Filmography Actress Actress
Title Year Status Character Northpole 2014 TV Movie Mrs. Claus The Calling 2002/I Elegant Lady The Trip 2002 Mary Oakley Something to Believe In 1998 Dr. Joanne Anderson Seinfeld 1997 TV Series Mrs. Abbott Out There 1995 TV Movie Bunny Wells The Player 1992 Jill St. John Around the World in 80 Days 1989 TV Mini-Series Woman mistaken for Princess Aouda / Woman Mistaken for Princess Aouda J.J. Starbuck 1988 TV Series Rachel Capstone Dempsey and Makepeace 1986 TV Series Mara Giardino The Act 1984 Elise Emerald Point N.A.S. 1983-1984 TV Series Deanna Kincaid Matt Houston 1982 TV Series Karen Ann Douglas The Concrete Jungle 1982 Warden Fletcher Rooster 1982 TV Movie Joanna Van Eegan Fantasy Island 1981-1982 TV Series Ellen Layton / Jane Doe / Helen of Troy Magnum, P.I. 1982 TV Series Jan Kona The Love Boat 1979-1982 TV Series Laura / Sandy Wilson / Claire Dalrymple / ... Vega$ 1980 TV Series Mavis Graham Hart to Hart 1979 TV Series Sylvia Maxwell Telethon 1977 TV Movie Fran Sullivan Brenda Starr 1976 TV Movie Brenda Starr Old Faithful 1973 TV Movie Miss Roberts Saga of Sonora 1973 TV Movie Molly Sitting Target 1972 Pat Lomart Diamonds Are Forever 1971 Tiffany Case Decisions! Decisions! 1971 TV Movie Andrea Winters The Red Skelton Hour 1971 TV Series Freida Foreign Exchange 1970 TV Movie Mary Harper The Name of the Game 1969 TV Series Michelle Howell The Spy Killer 1969 TV Movie Mary Harper Tony Rome 1967 Ann Archer The King's Pirate 1967 Mistress Jessica Stephens Banning 1967 Angela Barr Eight on the Lam 1967 Monica How I Spent My Summer Vacation 1967 TV Movie Nikki Pine Fame Is the Name of the Game 1966 TV Movie Leona Purdy The Oscar 1966 Laurel Scott The Big Valley 1966 TV Series Barbary Red Batman 1966 TV Series Molly Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre 1963-1965 TV Series Janie Douglas / Faith / Bunky The Liquidator 1965 Iris The Rogues 1965 TV Series Jena Tate Burke's Law 1964 TV Series Pinky Likewise Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 1964 TV Series Carol Honeymoon Hotel 1964 Sherry Nugent Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? 1963 Toby Tobler Who's Minding the Store? 1963 Barbara Tuttle Come Blow Your Horn 1963 Peggy John Tender Is the Night 1962 Rosemary Hoyt The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone 1961 Barbara Bingham The Lost World 1960 Jennifer Holmes (as Jill St.John) Holiday for Lovers 1959 Meg Dean The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker 1959 Kate Pennypacker Summer Love 1957 Erica Landis The DuPont Show of the Month 1957 TV Series Lois Graves Schlitz Playhouse 1957 TV Series The Christophers 1957 TV Series Cavalcade of America 1954 TV Series Fireside Theatre 1953 TV Series Sky King 1952 TV Series Gretchen Gluckman The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show 1951-1952 TV Series Sherry Kelly / Jill Kelly Thunder in the East 1951 English Girl (uncredited) Sandy Dreams 1949 TV Series as Jill Openheim The Christmas Carol 1949 TV Short Missie Cratchit (as Jill Oppenheim) Soundtrack Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character The DuPont Show of the Month 1957 TV Series performer - 1 episode Self Self
Title Year Status Character The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1983 TV Special Herself - Audience Member Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny 1982 TV Movie Herself Spring Fling of Glamour and Comedy 1981 TV Movie Herself Omnibus 1980 TV Series Herself All-Star Family Feud Special 1980 TV Series Herself - Celebrity Contestant The Cheap Show 1978 TV Series Herself Good Morning America 1978 TV Series Herself - Guest The Hollywood Squares 1972-1978 TV Series Herself America 2-Night 1978 TV Series Herself The Mike Douglas Show 1967-1978 TV Series Herself - Actress / Herself - Guest The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1963-1973 TV Series Herself - Guest Laugh-In 1968-1972 TV Series Herself The 44th Annual Academy Awards 1972 TV Special Herself - Co-Presenter: Best Film Editing The Bob Hope Vietnam Christmas Show 1972 TV Special Herself Mooch Goes to Hollywood 1971 TV Movie Herself The Merv Griffin Show 1971 TV Series Herself - Guest The Bob Hope Show 1965-1971 TV Series Herself - Guest The Dean Martin Show 1970 TV Series Herself - Guest The Don Knotts Show 1970 TV Series Herself - Guest The Movie Game 1970 TV Series Herself The 27th Annual Golden Globes Awards 1970 TV Special Herself - Presenter What's My Line? 1965-1967 TV Series Herself / Herself - Mystery Guest The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 1967 TV Series Herself The Andy Williams Show 1965 TV Series Herself - Guest Mr. Broadway 1964 TV Series Herself Here's Hollywood 1961 TV Series Herself Robert Osborne's 20th Anniversary Tribute 2015 TV Movie documentary Herself The 2009 World Magic Awards 2009 TV Special Herself - Host The Paul O'Grady Show 2009 TV Series Herself - Guest The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone: Looking for the Light in All the Dark Corners 2006 Video short Herself Biography 2006 TV Series documentary Herself American Masters 2004 TV Series documentary Herself Bond Girls Are Forever 2002 TV Movie documentary Herself Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration 2001 TV Special documentary Herself Inside 'Diamonds Are Forever' 2000 Video documentary short Herself / Tiffany Case The Men Behind the Mayhem: The Special Effects of James Bond 2000 Video documentary short Herself AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Clint Eastwood 1996 TV Special documentary Herself - Audience Member The 9th Annual American Cinema Awards 1992 TV Special Herself Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come 1990 TV Special documentary Herself Special Gala: A Tribute to David Wolper 1990 TV Movie Herself The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards 1989 TV Special Herself The Princess Grace Foundation Special Gala Tribute to Cary Grant 1988 TV Movie Herself The New Hollywood Squares 1988 TV Series Herself Hour Magazine 1988 TV Series Herself The USA Today's 5th Anniversary Gala 1987 TV Movie Herself Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood 1987 TV Special documentary Herself The 4th Annual American Cinema Awards 1987 TV Special Herself The Annual Variety Club's Big Heart Awards 1986 TV Special Herself All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan 1985 TV Special Herself Doris Day's Best Friends 1985 TV Series Herself - Guest The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Gene Kelly 1985 TV Movie Herself 50th Presidential Inaugural Gala 1985 TV Movie Herself AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Gene Kelly 1985 TV Special documentary Herself (uncredited) Night of 100 Stars II 1985 TV Movie Herself The Annual American Image Awards 1984 TV Special Herself The 41st Annual Golden Globe Awards 1984 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Best Actress / Actor in a TV-Series Drama Breakaway 1983 TV Series Herself The Annual Humanitarian of Year Honors Aaron Spelling 1983 TV Movie Herself Bob Hope's Road to Hollywood 1983 TV Movie Herself Archive Footage Archive Footage