Lauren Hutton
Model / Actress


Born 1943

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    Born in South Carolina and raised in rural Florida, Lauren Hutton (b. Mary Laurence Hutton) embarked on a modelling career in roundabout fashion by becoming a Playboy bunny at age 20.

    It wasn't long thereafter that the 5' 8" Hutton became a top fashion model, cover girl and commercial spokesperson.

    Though advised early on to correct the slight gap in her teeth, Hutton wisely retained this "imperfection," which gave her on-camera persona a down-home sensibility that other, more ethereal models lacked.

    She began appearing in films in 1968, hitting her stride with such movies as Gator (1976), American Gigolo (1978), and Zorro, the Gay Blade (1981).

    Unlike other actresses-turned-models, Hutton achieved critical acceptance fairly rapidly, earning respectable reviews for such projects as the 1977 TV miniseries The Rheinman Exchange and the 1984 adventure film Lassiter (in which she played a literally bloodthirsty villainess).

    Following the lead of Farrah Fawcett, Hutton made her stage debut in the harrowing revenge-for-a-rape stage play Extremities in 1983.

    In recent years, Hutton cut down on her acting appearances to return successfully to modeling; she also became a staunch and powerful activist for several political causes.








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    In 2000, she was admitted to hospital after a motorcycle accident. She was riding with fellow stars Dennis Hopper and Jeremy Irons among others on a 100 mile ride celebrating the planned Guggenheim motorcycle exhibit. She was listed in serious but stable condition with multiple leg fractures and cuts and bruises. The accident could have been far more serious. Hopper insisted that she wear motorbike leathers, and Irons gave her a full-face helmet just minutes before her crash.

    Bob Williamson acted as her accountant and, upon his death, Hutton discovered that nearly $13 million, several years' wages, was gone. In his will, he left $2.5 million to his new wife, and nothing to Lauren Hutton--the rightful owner of most of his money.






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