Rita Hayworth hot young
October 17, 1918
5 ft 6 in | 168 cm
37-24-36 in | 89-61-91 cm
53 kg | 117 pounds
10 US | 41 EU
Rita Hayworth was born in Brooklyn, New York City, United States on October 17, 1918, was an American hot actress and dancer. Young Rita Hayworth began her acting career in low-budget movies. Her breakthrough performance came as Judy MacPherson in drama movie Only Angels Have Wings (1939) opposite Cary Grant. She is best known for her roles as Gilda Mundson Farrell in noir film Gilda (1946) opposite Glenn Ford and as Rusty Parker and Maribelle Hicks in musical film Cover Girl (1944) opposite Gene Kelly. She received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress for her role as Lili Alfredo in drama movie Circus World (1964) opposite John Wayne and Claudia Cardinale.
Also appeared in successful movies including The Strawberry Blonde (1941) with James Cagney, The Lady from Shanghai (1947) with Orson Welles, Separate Tables (1958) opposite David Niven and Burt Lancaster, Pal Joey (1957) with Kim Novak and Frank Sinatra, Angels over Broadway (1940) with Douglas Fairbanks Jr., They Came to Cordura (1959) with Gary Cooper, Affair in Trinidad (1952) with Glenn Ford, Dante's Inferno (1935) with Spencer Tracy.
She appeared in 61 films, during her career. She made two films with Fred Astaire, You'll Never Get Rich (1941) and You Were Never Lovelier (1942). She was married to Orson Welles (1943-1948). She appeared five times on cover of Life magazine. Hayworth died on May 14, 1987, Manhattan, New York City, New York, U.S..
Every man I have ever known has fallen in love with Gilda and awakened with me.
I never really thought of myself as a beauty goddess; I felt I was more a comedian who could dance.
Every actor, every director, everybody needs an Oscar. You have to have that little statue in Hollywood, or else you're nothing!
All I wanted was just what everybody else wants, you know, to be loved.
The fun of acting is to become someone else.
We are all tied to our destiny and there is no way we can liberate ourselves.
I didn't like dancing very much, but I didn't have the courage to tell my father, so I began taking the lessons. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse. That was my girlhood.