Jill St. John

Jill St. John has charmed fans in a myriad of film and television roles. She made her screen debut at the age of nine in the first television production of A Christmas Carol, and all James Bond fans remember her performance as Tiffany Case in Diamonds Are Forever (1971), playing opposite Sean Connery. (She was the first American actress to play a Bond girl.) She appeared in such films with literary antecedents as The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, and Tender is the Night. St. John has worked on five movies with her husband Robert Wagner: Banning; How I Spent My Summer Vacation; Around the World in 80 Days; Something to Believe In; and The Calling. She is the author of The Jill St. John Cookbook.

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