Dayle Haddon
Model, actress
Dayle Haddon
Dayle Haddon is a Canadian model and actress, presently known for promoting anti-aging products manufactured by L'Oréal. Additionally, she is credited as author of Ageless Beauty: A Woman's Guide to Lifelong Beauty and Well-Being. During the earlier part of her career as a model, Haddon appeared on the covers of many top fashion and beauty magazines, as well as the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
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Marcia G. Yerman: Dayle Haddon: 'Giving Back Makes Me Feel Young And Beautiful'
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
When I attended and live-blogged the 2012 Women in the World summit, I was surprised to find that Tweets from the handle of @dayleythought belonged to top model of the 1970s and 80s, Dayle Haddon. Ever the curious reporter, I did a quick search to find out what she was up to. I found the story of a personal evolution that is becoming more normative -- as women pioneer new ways to self-define and grow. Haddon was the brunette that broke through the blonde barricades when Cheryl Tiegs reigned as icon of the "All American" look. Hailing from Canada, Haddon's background in ballet led to modeling and acting. One of her top roles included Nick Nolte's girlfriend in North Dallas Forty, a look at the underside of professional football. Becoming a mother in her 20s, Haddon was 38 years old when her husband died unexpectedly. She was left without an economic base or source of income. She went back to the world of fashion and beauty, and was succinctly told that she was "over the h ...
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Stars Support Christy Turlington's No Mothers Day Campaign
Green Celebrity Network - almost 5 years
Every Mother Counts, an advocacy and mobilization campaign founded by Christy Turlington Burns to increase education and support for the global reduction of maternal mortality, and CHI&Partners, an international advertising agency based in New York, have launched No Mothers Day, a groundbreaking social issue campaign designed to raise awareness about the hundreds of thousands of girls and women around the world who die each year from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth. The cornerstone of the campaign is a social issue film that features moms encouraging other moms to join in solidarity by disappearing on May 13th, Mother’s Day. No phone calls. No emails. No social media. No gifts. This unified action is meant to demonstrate the hole that a woman leaves in the world when she dies in pregnancy and childbirth. In leading a movement to forego Mother’s Day this year, the two organizations hope to bring more attention to the global issue of maternal mortality so that more ...
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Video Spotlight: Stars Support No Mothers Day Campaign
Green Celebrity Network - almost 5 years
Christy Turlington's Every Mother Counts invites mothers to disappear on Mother’s Day to help raise awareness about the hundreds of thousands of women who die each year from complications during pregnancy or childbirth. The campaign video features Jennifer Connelly, Kelly Rutherford, Ann Curry, Blythe Danner, Debra Messing, Dayle Haddon and many more. Click here to view the video in your browser. Related videos Ann Curry and Big Bird - Kindness Counts Stand Up 2 Cancer Jennifer Connelly in charity: water Clean Water Africa PSA Find out more about contributing, or how to contact celebrities. Copyright © 2012 Look To The Stars. This article may not be reproduced without explicit written permission; if you are not reading this via email or in your news reader, the site you are viewing is illegally infringing our copyright, and we would be grateful if you would contact us.
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TNT te revela una nueva edición de Sports Illustrated Swimsuit - Terra México
Google News - almost 6 years
Dayle Haddon en la portada de Sport Illustrated 1973. Ann Simonton en la portada de Sport Illustrated 1974. Cheryl Tiegs en la portada de Sport Illustrated 1975. Yvette Sylander en la portada de Sport Illustrated 1976. Lena Hansbod en la portada de
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Albert Pyun planea un remake de "Cyborg" - Aullidos.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Únicamente, la hermosa Pearl (Dayle Haddon), mitad humana mitad robot, posee el conocimiento necesario para desarrollar una vacuna que pueda salvar el mundo. Pero Pearl es capturada por un grupo de piratas del futuro que pretenden apoderarse del
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What's On Today
NYTimes - about 6 years
8 P.M. (13) BORIS GODUNOV The German bass René Pape, above, has the title role in the Metropolitan Opera's new production of Mussorgsky's work, based on a play by Alexander Pushkin, about the reign of the ruthless 16th- and 17th-century Russian czar. Stephen Wadsworth directed, taking over from Peter Stein, who quit three months before the October
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Still Super
NYTimes - about 7 years
IN the art and fashion worlds, many a project begins with a fabulous party. In the case of ''Supermodels of the '70s and '80s,'' a new exhibition by the photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the party was given last year by the hairstylist Harry King. ''The room was full of all these fabulous women,'' Mr. Greenfield-Sanders said, ''and it seemed
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Style; BOOMER BABES
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Pat Cleveland: Known for her playfully over-the-top poses, Cleveland, 56, got her modeling break when she was 14, after being spotted on the subway by a Vogue editor. She worked with Valentino, Oscar de la Renta, Yves Saint Laurent and Halston and was one of the first women of color to enjoy worldwide recognition. Cleveland, who is also a poet,
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MARKETING; Flower Power in Ad Land
NYTimes - almost 11 years
FOR decades, Madison Avenue pursued the fountain of youth with a relentlessness that made Ponce de León seem like a slacker. Purveyors have long considered consumers ages 18 to 49 to be the target of choice, deeming them more willing to try new items and switch brands and even more likely to be starting -- and stocking up -- households. Older
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Who Is America's Next Top Model, Really?
NYTimes - over 11 years
THE only authentic mystery behind who will come out on top each season on the UPN hit ''America's Next Top Model'' may be how Americans can be willingly gulled into thinking that the result of this deliciously kooky weekly confection is a cliffhanger. Each Wednesday a challenge is posed: Is Nik too shy or Kim too butch or Nicole too
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Critic's Choice: New DVD's
NYTimes - over 11 years
Within a couple of years, the Oxford and Cambridge units would combine to produce ''Monty Python's Flying Circus,'' and the rest of the story now belongs to history -- the history of television, movies and, most recently, Broadway. If the hit show ''Monty Python's Spamalot'' represents the end point in the evolution of Python comedy, with its most
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Habitats/West 54th Street; A Model Refashions Her Career and Image
NYTimes - almost 14 years
WHEN Dayle Haddon moved into her one-bedroom apartment on West 54th Street 10 years ago, she paid only a few hundred thousand dollars, not bad from today's perspective for a toehold in a landmark Art Deco building across from the Museum of Modern Art. But to her, the fact that she could manage to buy the place at all was something of a miracle, a
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Review/Film; Grunts, Roars and Screams
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: Few words are spoken in the post-apocalyptic world of ''Cyborg,'' a movie that suggests a distant, impoverished cousin of ''The Road Warrior.'' Most communication consists of grunts, roars and screams emitted by gladiatorial combatants practicing martial arts in a grimy cityscape of smoke pots, rusted automobiles and fishnet-draped buildings.
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SCREEN: 'BEDROOM EYES'
NYTimes - over 30 years
''BEDROOM EYES,'' the neatly titled, sexy little mystery that opens today at the U.A. Twin, comes close to making up - with a sense of humor - for its want of other kinds of sense. It is about a young, swinging stockbroker named Harry Ross, whose nightly jogging leads him to peer into a room where a beautiful woman is removing her clothing in a
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FILM: 'LOVE SONGS,' WITH DENEUVE AND LAMBERT
NYTimes - over 30 years
IN the long list of Catherine Deneuve's films, works of high art live beside treacly star turns. At her best - in ''Belle de Jour'' or ''The Last Metro'' - she is a stern, stunning actress; then there are movies in which she simply looks gorgeous and whispers sentimental nothings in her leading man's ear, as in ''The April Fools.'' ''Love Songs''
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Dayle Haddon
    FIFTIES
  • 2008
    Age 58
    In early 2008 she was named a UNICEF ambassador.
    More Details Hide Details Haddon is also the founder of a non-profit called WomenOne. The organization’s motto is "changing the world one woman at a time." Through WomenOne, Haddon has partnered with Free The Children, an international charity, to provide scholarships for girls’ education in Kenya. Through her organization, she has raised and donated more than $150,000 for one of Free The Children’s all-girls secondary schools. Haddon has also appeared as the face of a line of socially and environmentally responsible accessories launched by Me to We, Free The Children’s partner organization. She is the mother of Ryan Haddon.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1980
    Age 30
    Haddon was originally cast for the role of Dale Arden in the 1980 film version of Flash Gordon, but director Dino De Laurentiis replaced her with Melody Anderson just before filming commenced.
    More Details Hide Details During Haddon's tenure as a main face for L'Oréal, sales for the Age Perfect line have increased by 50%. According to the New York Times, Dayle has "shattered age taboos" with her multi-year contracts with L'Oréal and Estée Lauder, among other companies. Clairol selected her as a spokesperson, and she later broke barriers for women over the age of 35 when she became the global face of a new anti-aging line for Estée Lauder, a first in the beauty industry. On the day that her Estée Lauder contract expired L'Oréal signed her. She now has her own company, Dayle Haddon Concepts Inc.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1973
    Age 23
    She also appeared nude in the April 1973 issue of Playboy.
    More Details Hide Details Haddon worked as an actress, appearing in the Disney movie The World's Greatest Athlete (1973) with Jan-Michael Vincent. She moved to Europe, continued modeling and acting, and appeared in a number of film roles in French and English, as well as occasional small parts in American movies. Her best known roles were in Madame Claude (1977), and North Dallas Forty (1979) opposite actor Nick Nolte.
    She appeared on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 1973 (January 29) and was twice named to Harper's Bazaars "Ten Most Beautiful Women."
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    During the earlier part of her career as a model, Haddon appeared on the covers of many top fashion and beauty magazines, as well as the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 1973.
    More Details Hide Details Haddon also served as a wellness contributor to CBS News where she appeared regularly on The Early Show from 2005 to 2008. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Haddon speaks both English and French. As a child, she was enrolled in dancing classes to develop her physique, and she performed well enough to become a member of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens at 13, and was chosen Miss Montreal at 18. As a model in the 1970s and 1980s, Haddon represented Max Factor, Revlon, Estée Lauder, L'Oréal.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1948
    Age -2
    Born on May 26, 1948.
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