Ann Margret is an American artist, renowned for conquering both acting and music industry in the 60s and 70s. Five times Golden Globe-winning Margret’s fans did not only admire her talents but her body measurements as well. She was one of the hottest of her time, having elegance and grace like no others. Take a look at her old photos, and you’ll know why people love her so much.
Ann Margaret began dancing and acting at a young age
Ann was born in Valsjöbyn, Jämtland County, Sweden, to Anna Regina and Carl Gustav Olsson. She moved to the U.S.A. in 1946 and resided in Wilmette, Illinois, just outside Chicago.
Inclined to artistic discipline since her childhood, Ann began taking dancing classes at Marjorie Young School of Dance when she was eight. She was one of the best students there who easily mimicked all the steps. Ann began performing in theatricals while she studied at New Trier High School.
Ann Margret was a bold actress, never hesitating to flaunt her body
Since the first time Ann joined the acting industry, she received a lot of positive feedback from the audience. No wonder, her acting chops impressed a lot of people, but she was loved even more for her bold personality.
Ann was one of those actresses who did not let then conservative society to decide on her skimpy outfits. She was always confident on screen in any dress she wore. And that was what people liked about her.
Details of Ann Margret’s body measurements
Standing at a tall height of 5 feet and 5 inches, Ann had an absolutely slim figure. She had an attractive body shaped like an hourglass. Ann’s then body measurements are estimated to be around 36-25-36 inches.
Reaching the age of 76, Ann has gone through several changes in her body. She does not have those perfect measurements anymore, but with her amazing dressing style, she still manages to impress her fans. She supposedly takes help of Botox and fillers to remove the imperfections from her facial skin.
|Birth Name||Ann-Margret Olsson|
|Birthday||April 28, 1941|
|Age||76 Years Old|
|Husband||Roger Smith (1967 - 2017)|