Dolores Michaels
American actor
Dolores Michaels
Dolores Rae Michaels was an American actress.
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Pontiac man charged in jewelry store holdup - The Detroit News
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The charge against Ronald and Dolores Michaels, owners of Uni-Dig, is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of $500 for each day the problem isn't corrected and up to 90 days in jail. The owners pleaded not guilty, have been released on a $10000 personal
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Recycling company pleads not guilty to citation for bad odor - Detroit Free Press
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Owner Dolores Michaels said last week that the odor problem was a short-term, limited one, and “it has a lot to do with the extreme weather conditions,” including wet weather, heat and high winds. The smell was especially bad when temperatures hit the
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Neighbors raise a stink over odors from composting facility in Clinton Township - Detroit Free Press
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Owner Dolores Michaels said the odor problem is a short-term, limited one, and "it has a lot to do with the extreme weather conditions." "It's extremely wet weather. It's heat. It's high winds," she said. Lee said there was a rash of complaints last
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Clinton Township business faces court over odor - The Detroit News
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Uni-Dig's owners, Ronald and Dolores Michaels, are scheduled to appear in 41-B District Court on June 21, said Mike Gentry, Clinton Township's building superintendent. The violation is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of $500 per day the problem
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Dolores Michaels
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2001
    Age 68
    Dolores Michaels Wolfe died at the age of 68 in West Hollywood, California, of natural causes on September 25, 2001.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1970
    Age 37
    She and Wolfe had twin daughters, Jordan M. and Miranda I., born in Los Angeles on July 23, 1970.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1962
    Age 29
    After John Duke, she started dating Argentine actor Alejandro Rey, whom she met on the set of Battle at Bloody Beach. She then started dating Novelist-screenwriter Bernard Wolfe (1915-1985), who proposed to her in 1962, but she sent the engagement ring back to him with a note that read, "I don't wanna". Michaels and Wolfe married in Los Angeles on June 1, 1964. The marriage was her second and his first. He was 48 and she was 31. The couple divorced in October 1969.
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    Among her final appearances was the role of murderer Jo Sands in the 1962 Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the Playboy Pugilist."
    More Details Hide Details She made her final appearance the following year on an episode of The Lloyd Bridges Show.
  • 1959
    Age 26
    The divorce became final on September 29, 1959.
    More Details Hide Details During her separation and after the divorce, she dated actor John Duke. Michaels was discovered when she was doing a scene in an acting class at 20th Century-Fox's talent school. A group of producers and directors were in the audience, and after the scenes were finished, the audience voted on who gave the best performance. She won and got a contract with 20th Century-Fox. Joanne Woodward was supposed to have the part of "Mildred Pritchard" in The Wayward Bus (1957), but Woodward dropped out to star in The Three Faces of Eve, and the part went to Michaels at the last minute, her first acting role. United Press International said in a review of the film that Michaels' "torrid" scene, a seduction scene in a hayloft where she makes a pass at the bus driver (Rick Jason), "manages to steal the sexiest scene in the picture," over better known sirens as Jayne Mansfield and Joan Collins. And also said that Hollywood had not had a scene like this since Jane Russell in The Outlaw. Director Victor Vicas shot the scene twice, an "A" scene and a "B" scene because of the censors.
    In January 1959, she filed for divorce.
    More Details Hide Details At the hearing she testified that Martiné had moved them into an expensive unfinished house, without heat or water, and that he expected her to bathe in the ocean, something she didn't want to do because she was constantly catching a cold.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1953
    Age 20
    Michaels moved to Laguna Beach, California after she married interior decorator Maurice Martiné in 1953.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1933
    Age 0
    Born on January 30, 1933.
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