Vetri posed topless for the April 1984 Playboy pictorial Playmates Forever!
More DetailsHide DetailsPart Two. In Tom Clancy's 2004 biography of Gen. Tony Zinni, USMC (Ret.), Battle Ready (Chapter 2), Zinni remarks on having received a copy of the September 1967 Playboy Centerfold foldout from a group of other advisers for his birthday. He still has it as a memento of his time in Vietnam.
Columnist Hy Gardner nominated Vetri as "a new sex symbol on the Hollywood horizon" in March 1971.
More DetailsHide DetailsIronically, one of her most oft-recalled roles was a brief non-speaking bit: the human form of a shape-shifting cat in a Star Trek episode ("Assignment: Earth").
Val Guest who directed her in Dinosaurs called Vetri "a real nothing, and a very strange mixed up lady... it was tough to take her. She was a... nitwit."
In January 1969, Vetri signed a multi-picture contract with Warner Bros.-Seven Arts and was given a starring role in When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe refused to have her hair turned blonde from its natural auburn for the film. The story required a blonde so Vetri demanded a wig instead.
Using the name Angela Dorian, Vetri was chosen as Playboy's Playmate of the Month for the September 1967 issue and subsequently was the 1968 Playmate of the Year.
More DetailsHide DetailsHer centerfold was photographed by Carl Gunther. Vetri won $20,000 in prizes when she was selected Playmate of the Year. Among these were a new car (an all pink 1968 AMC AMX), gold watch, skis and a ski outfit, a complete wardrobe, a movie camera, a typewriter, a tape recorder, a stereo, and a guitar. A nude photo of her (along with fellow playmates Leslie Bianchini, Reagan Wilson and Cynthia Myers) was scanned and inserted into Apollo 12 Extra-vehicular activity astronaut cuff checklists by pranksters at NASA.
She appeared briefly in Rosemary's Baby, where she was credited as Angela Dorian. In one scene, Rosemary (Mia Farrow) remarks of her character, Teresa "Terry" Gionoffrio, that she resembles the actress Victoria Vetri.
In 1965 she played Debbie Conrad in the title role of the Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the Golden Girls."
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