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Born: November 17, 1943 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Charleston, South Carolina, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1960:
Moved to New York and worked for a time as a Playboy bunny
1965:
Worked as the house model at Christian Dior for $50 per week
1966:
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
1968:
Made her film debut in "Paper Lion," starring Alan Alda
1974:
Negotiated a contract with Revlon to be associated exclusively with the "Ultima II" brand; making Hutton the first million-dollar model
1974:
Won notices for her performance in James Toback's "The Gambler"
1977:
First major TV role, played one of the leads in the historical miniseries, "The Rhinemann Exchange" (NBC)
1978:
Starred in John Carpenter's TV movie "Someone's Watching Me!" (NBC)
1980:
Played the wealthy adulteress in "American Gigolo," opposite Richard Gere
1983:
Made her stage debut in the revenge-for-a-rape stage play "Extremities"
1984:
Played Colette Ferrier on the short-lived ABC drama "Paper Dolls"
1985:
Played a beautiful vampire who seduces a high school virgin (played by Jim Carrey) in "Once Bitten"
1991:
Returned to modeling as a Revlon representative for "Eterna 27" skin treatments
1995:
Produced and hosted the syndicated late-night talk show "Lauren Hutton and..."
1995:
Played the recurring role of Linda Fairchild in the short-lived CBS soap "Central Park West"
1998:
Made a cameo appearance in "54"
1998:
Hosted the Travel Channel's "Three Perfect Days"
2002:
Launched signature cosmetic line, Lauren Hutton's Good Stuff
2007:
Cast in a recurring role on FX's "Nip/Tuck" as a Hollywood publicist
2010:
Co-starred with David Duchovny and Demi Moore in the independent comedy "The Joneses"

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