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|Born:||November 17, 1943||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Charleston, South Carolina, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Moved to New York and worked for a time as a Playboy bunny
Worked as the house model at Christian Dior for $50 per week
Discovered by legendary "Vogue" magazine editor Diana Vreeland and appeared on the cover of "Vogue" many times over the next several years; often photographed by the famous and influential Richard Avedon
Made her film debut in "Paper Lion," starring Alan Alda
Negotiated a contract with Revlon to be associated exclusively with the "Ultima II" brand; making Hutton the first million-dollar model
Won notices for her performance in James Toback's "The Gambler"
First major TV role, played one of the leads in the historical miniseries, "The Rhinemann Exchange" (NBC)
Starred in John Carpenter's TV movie "Someone's Watching Me!" (NBC)
Played the wealthy adulteress in "American Gigolo," opposite Richard Gere
Made her stage debut in the revenge-for-a-rape stage play "Extremities"
Played Colette Ferrier on the short-lived ABC drama "Paper Dolls"
Played a beautiful vampire who seduces a high school virgin (played by Jim Carrey) in "Once Bitten"
Returned to modeling as a Revlon representative for "Eterna 27" skin treatments
Produced and hosted the syndicated late-night talk show "Lauren Hutton and..."
Played the recurring role of Linda Fairchild in the short-lived CBS soap "Central Park West"
Made a cameo appearance in "54"
Hosted the Travel Channel's "Three Perfect Days"
Launched signature cosmetic line, Lauren Hutton's Good Stuff
Cast in a recurring role on FX's "Nip/Tuck" as a Hollywood publicist
Co-starred with David Duchovny and Demi Moore in the independent comedy "The Joneses"
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