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Connie Stevens Biography, Husbands, Net Worth, Movies And Songs.

Connie Stevens born Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingoglia, is an American actress, director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor, and singer. She was born on August 8, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York, to musician Peter Ingoglia (known as Teddy Stevens) and singer Eleanor McGinley.

Connie Stevens Biography

Connie Stevens born Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingoglia, is an American actress, director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor, and singer. She was born on August 8, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York, to musician Peter Ingoglia popularly known as Teddy Stevens and singer Eleanor McGinley.

Connie Stevens Age

She was born on August 8, 1938. She is 80 years old.

Connie Stevens Husbands

Stevens has been married twice: her first was to actor James Stacy from 1963 until their 1966 divorce, and her second was to singer Eddie Fisher from 1967 until their 1969 divorce.

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Connie Stevens Children – Connie Stevens Daughters

She is the mother of actresses Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher. Joely Fisher, co-star of the popular “Ellen” television series for ABC and the new star of  “Inspector Gadget” (co-staring Matthew Broderick), and Tricia Leigh Fisher, known as Heidi Fleiss for CBS or Monica Lewinsky in “Starr Struck”.

Connie Stevens Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $50 million.

Her musical artistry began when she first sang in a group called The Three Debs at age 16. She then went on to record as a solo artist on the Warner Brothers label. Connie was the first artist signed on the newly formed Warner Brothers Records. She recorded two mega-hits in the early sixties, “Kookie Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)”, a duet with Ed, “Kookie” Burns, on of the stars of the TV series “77 Sunset Strip”, and the number one record in the country in 1961, “Sixteen Reasons”.

Connie’s career as an actress began with roles in films like “Eighteen and Anxious”, starring Jim Backus; “Young and Dangerous”, “Party Crashers” and introduced by Jerry Lewis in Frank Tashlin’s Paramount musical film “Rock-a-Bye Baby”. Eventually these roles led to “Cricket Blake” in the TV series “Hawaiian Eye”, which ran on ABC for four years.

In the early 1960’s, Connie appeared with heartthrob Troy Donahue in a series of films which include “Parish” and “Palm Springs Weekend”. Connie later appeared in “Two on a Guillotine”, “The Grissom Gang” and “Never Too Late”. She then returned to the 1950’s with a role in “Grease 2” starring Maxwell Caulfield and Michelle Pfieffer. Some of Connie’s other films include “Back to the Beach”, with Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon, and “Tapeheads”, starring Tim Robins and John Cusack. Most recently, she was in “James Dean Race with Destiny” and soon to be released “Mickey Stern”.

Stevens, the film maker, completed producing and directing A Healing, a feature film documentary dedicated to the women, and the young warriors they attended to, who served in the U.S. /Vietnam conflict. A Healing follows a three-week reunion journey through Vietnam of 100 women in 1995, who served in this conflict some 26 years ago. Stevens’ journeyed with them to find closure to this bizarre interlude. This award wining documentary is their story played out with compelling sensitivity, trust, compassion and drama. Introduced by Jack Valenti, President of the Motion Picture Association of America, A Healing which she personally directed and edited, the proceeds of which will go to several veteran charities. In addition, she has made landmark strides with “Dignity” in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, helping the mentally and physically challenged to become working members of the community.

Hosting her annual Celebrity Ski Extravaganza, Connie has enabled the development of programs and a facility to house and educate these people, newly dedicated as the Connie Stevens Center for Independent Living. An added bonus was news that as a result of an annual pilot program of “Don’t Drink and Drive,” celebrity PSA’s that Connie created, Wyoming, for the first time in history, boasted a record of ZERO teenage deaths on the highway. She is now involved in plans to build the first resort hotel for children and young adults with special needs.

For her tireless work and support of others, Connie has been honored and received the coveted 1991 ‘Lady of Humanities’ award from the Shriners Hospital, ‘Humanitarian of the Year’ by the Sons of Italy in Washington DC. She also was honored from “The Vietnam Veterans Association of America”, as well as receiving ‘The Decoration for Distinguished Civilian Service’ from the United States Armed Forces, which is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a civilian.

Connie Stevens Movies

  • Young and Dangerous (1957)
  • Eighteen and Anxious (1957)
  • Dragstrip Riot (1958)
  • Rock-A-Bye Baby (1958)
  • The Party Crashers (1958)
  • Parrish (1961)
  • Susan Slade (1961)
  • Palm Springs Weekend (1963)
  • Two on a Guillotine (1965)
  • Never Too Late (1965)
  • Way…Way Out (1966)
  • The Last Generation (1971)
  • The Grissom Gang (1971)
  • Scorchy (1976)
  • Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978) (Cameo)
  • Grease 2 (1982)
  • Back to the Beach (1987)
  • Tapeheads (1988)
  • Love Is All There Is (1996)
  • Returning Mickey Stern (2002)

Connie Stevens Songs

The Complete Warner Brothers Singles

  • Why Can’t He Care For Me
  • Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)
  • Apollo
  • Why Do I Cry For Joey?
  • Sixteen Reasons
  • Little Sister
  • Too Young To Go Steady
  • A Little Kiss is a Kiss is a Kiss
  • Make Believe Lover
  • And This is Mine
  • If You Don’t, Somebody Else Will
  • The Greenwood Tree
  • La Le Lu
  • Man Soll Sich So Schnell Nicht Verlieben
  • Why’d You Wanna Make Me Cry
  • Just One Kiss
  • Mr. Songwriter
  • I Couldn’t Say No
  • Hey, Good Lookin’
  • Nobody’s Lonesome For Me
  • Little Miss Understood
  • There Goes Your Guy
  • A Girl Never Knows
  • They’re Jealous of Me
  • Now That You’ve Gone
  • Lost In Wonderland
  • In the Deep of the Night
  • Something Beautiful
  • In My Room
  • Don’t You Want To Love Me
  • All of My Life
  • That’s All I Want From You
  • How Bitter the Taste of Love
  • Most of All
  • It’ll Never Happen Again
  • What Will I Tell Him
  • Hey, Good Lookin’
  • Nobody’s Lonesome For Me
  • Little Miss Understood
  • There Goes Your Guy
  • A Girl Never Knows
  • They’re Jealous Of Me (Single Version)
  • Now That You’ve Gone
  • Lost In Wonderland
  • In The Deep Of Night
  • Something Beautiful
  • In My Room
  • Don’t You Want To Love Me
  • All Of My Life
  • That’s All I Want From You
  • How Bitter The Taste Of Love
  • Most Of All
  • It’ll Never Happen Again
  • What Will I Tell Him

As Cricket In “Hawaiian Eye”

  • Sixteen Reasons
  • On A Slow Boat To China
  • Too Young To Go Steady
  • A Little Kiss Is A Kiss Is A Kiss
  • Why To Change Me Now?
  • Love Of The Month Club
  • Apollo
  • Too Young
  • Lulu’s Back In Town
  • Why Do I Cry For Joey?
  • Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love)
  • The Trolley Song

Rhino Hi-Five: Connie Stevens

  • Blame It On My Youth
  • Too Young To Go Steady
  • Wild Is The Wind
  • I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
  • Hey, Good Lookin’

Connie Stevens Music Video