Jill St. John

Born Aug 19, 1940

Jill Arlyn Oppenheim, professionally known as, Jill St. John, is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Tiffany Case, the Bond girl in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).

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1940 Birth Born on August 19, 1940.
1949 8 Years Old St. John began acting on radio at age six, and she made her screen debut in December 1949, at age 9, in the first full-length made-for-TV movie, a production of A Christmas Carol. … Read More


1957 16 Years Old In 1957, at age 16, Universal Pictures signed St. John to a contract. … Read More


1963 22 Years Old St. John received a Golden Globe Award nomination as Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for her performance in the 1963 film Come Blow Your Horn, where she starred opposite Frank Sinatra. … Read More
1964 23 Years Old In 1964, she guest-starred with Lauren Bacall and Jason Robards, Jr., in the episode "Take a Walk Through the Cemetery" of Craig Stevens's CBS drama series Mr. Broadway.
1966 25 Years Old St. John appeared in the first and second episodes of the television series Batman in 1966 as the Riddler's moll Molly.


1971 30 Years Old St. John's most famous role was as Tiffany Case, the Bond girl in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, where she starred opposite Sean Connery. … Read More
1972 31 Years Old In 1972, St. John largely left Hollywood behind and moved to Aspen, Colorado, where she focused on personal interests and cooking. … Read More


1987 46 Years Old After she left Hollywood, St. John developed a handmade Angora sweater business, and became interested in orchid growing, skiing, hiking, river rafting, camping, and gardening. In 1987, she said "I'm a mountain gal now. … Read More


2014 73 Years Old In 2014, St. John played Mrs. Claus in the made-for-TV movie Northpole alongside Wagner, who played the part of Santa Claus. … Read More
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