Tippi Hedren hot young
January 19, 1930
5 ft 4 in | 163 cm
34-24-32 in | 86-61-81 cm
56 kg | 123 pounds
8 US | 38 EU
Tippi Hedren was born in New Ulm, Minnesota, United States, on January 19, 1930, is an American hot actress and model. Young Tippi Hedren began her career as an model and in television commercials, during the 1950s and early 1960s. She made her big screen debut and achieved rose to international fame in horror thriller film The Birds (1963) in role as Melanie Daniels, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, for which she won a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year.
Roar (1981) adventure directed by Noel Marshall
A Countess from Hong Kong (1967) comedy romance with Marlon Brando and directed by Charlie Chaplin
Marnie (1964) psychological thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Foxfire Light (1982) romance drama opposite Leslie Nielsen
Citizen Ruth (1996) comedy drama with Laura Dern and Burt Reynolds
Satan's Harvest (1970) adventure opposite George Montgomery
The Harrad Experiment (1973) melodrama with and Don Johnson
Tribute (2009) drama romance with Brittany Murphy
Free Samples (2012) drama comedy opposite Jesse Eisenberg
Mr. Kingstreet's War (1971) adventure drama thriller with John Saxon
Tiger by the Tail (1970) drama with Christopher George
She is a animal rights activist.
Hedren is mother of actress Melanie Griffith and grandmother of Dakota Johnson.
She has been married three times: Peter Griffith (1952-1961), Noel Marshall (1964-1982) and Luis Barrenecha (1985-1995).
She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on January 30, 2003.
Being the object of Alfred Hitchcock's obsession was horrific, but while he ruined my career, he could never ruin my life.
Because of 'The Birds' and 'Marnie' I was, as the expression goes, hot in Hollywood and producers and directors wanted to hire me.
I've had a love of animals from birth. I love getting to know other species. We should all be aware that there is not one thing we can give a wild animal in captivity that they need.
Working with Chaplin was very amusing and strange. His films are so funny, but working with him, I found him to be a very serious man. Whereas the films of Hitchcock are macabre, he could be a very funny man to work with, always telling jokes and holding court. Of course, when I worked with Charlie he was getting older.
My marriages were all good - until they weren't. But I got something good out of each of them. My first husband Peter Griffith was younger than me and I've never understood why I married him but he gave me Melanie Griffith. My second husband Noel Marshall gave me my love of animals. My third husband Luis Barrenechea was everything I wanted in a man, except that he was an alcoholic and that was unbearable.