On that series, Duane Hickman played straight man to Bob Denver as Maynard G. Although Denver, who died in 2005, moved on to "Gilligan's Island," the two remained close friends."In 50 years, we never had a harsh word," said Hickman, who has turned from acting to art and sells his paintings online.The Jamaican singer-songwriter's career took off with her 1964 cover of "My Boy Lollipop," which she turned into one of the best-selling ska tunes of all time. and last year told the London's Express, "I enjoy cooking—anything with chicken, pork and fish with rice—and watching documentaries.But in the early '70s Millie Small moved to Singapore, quit performing and seemed to drop off the face of the earth. I've got five beautiful cats, too."He looked and sounded great in "Goodfellas"—but that was actually Bobby Vinton's son Robbie. Today, at 82, he lives on Florida's Gulf Coast with his wife, Dolly.In fact, Brenda Lee began the decade with what would become her signature song ("I'm Sorry"), and the Beatles opened for her when she toured the U. Now 73, she recently performed in Las Vegas and her recording of "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" remains a holiday standard six decades after its release. After brilliantly playing Theodore Cleaver's slightly dim-witted pal on "Leave It to Beaver," he seemed to disappear.Born in Tokyo in 1916, the actress who played Melanie in "Gone With the Wind" has lived in Paris since 1960. A private eye tracked him down in the '80s, when CBS wanted Stevens for its sequel "Still the Beaver," but his wife assured the detective he had the wrong house.
The former Playmate of the Month later opened an art gallery and bakery in rural Washington state. She had a long-term relationship with Bob Kulick, a guitarist on albums by Kiss, Meat Loaf and Lou Reed."Little Miss Dynamite lived up to her nickname back in the early '60s, when the Beatles were her opening act, and several decades later she still does—even though you don't hear much about her.
S., the 92-year-old singer-actress is better known in the U. In recent years she blasted Sean Connery, the original James Bond, for accepting a knighthood while living as a tax exile in the Bahamas."Pete forever, Ringo never!
" fans yelled after the Fab Three fired him in 1962.
Now 73, she currently lives just a couple of hours away from the Tallahatchie Bridge.
The child actor who grew up to star on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (1959-1963) is now 83.