Ann-Margret: Young Vixen Of The '60s, Then And Now

Left: Ann-Margret wearing black boots, circa 1967. Source: (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images). Right: Ann-Margret in Murderer's Row (1967). Source: (

With a trio of performances in the early '60s -- State Fair, Bye Bye Birdie, and Viva Las Vegas -- Ann-Margret emerged as a sultry, multi-talented star. She's been nominated for Grammys, Oscars and Emmys, and they called her the "female Elvis Presley;" she was ever-present in the '60s and '70s as a singing, dancing and acting renaissance woman. Co-starring with such eminent actors as John Wayne, Steve McQueen, and Jack Nicholson, she warned bevy of nominations and awards, and is still going strong today with performances in Ray DonovanThe Kominsky Method, and Happy!. She collected five Golden Globes, was nominated for two Academy Awards, added six Emmy nominations, including a win in 2010, and has won a Screen Actors Guild Award. She has acted steadily for over 50 years.