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Born: April 28, 1941 Cause of Death:
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She has an official web site at www.ann-margret.com

Named Female Star of the Year by the United Motion Pictures Association three times

Received PHOTOPLAY Magazine's Gold Medal Award as Most Popular Actress in both 1971 and 1972

Awarded a citation for outstanding performances for her tours of Vietnam and the Far East, presented by former President Lyndon B Johnson

"When I die, I want Ann-Margret to dance on my coffin. If you don't see me in five minutes, you'll know I'm dead for sure." --John Wayne

"What I'm happy about is there's no bitterness in me. About anything. How can I be bitter when my life is so good." --Ann-Margret quoted in USA Today, February 9, 1994.

About the dichotomy of her sexy image and her spiritual beliefs, Ann-Margaret told the Los Angeles Times (February 5, 2002): I know it sounds really strange. But [the religious side] is a part of me that I have not had a chance to show. I've always believed in the Lord, and I really felt good being able to express myself that way."

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