In 1983, Angie's legs were used in a billboard ad for California avocados.
In 1963, Universal Studios reportedly insured her legs for a million dollars.
Turned down an offer to pose nude for Playboy when she was 50.
Angie was a frequent guest on the Tonight Show during the 1970's.
Angie reportedly dated Frank Sinatra off and on for several years in the late 50's and early 60's.
Angie Dickinson recently received the Rough Rider Award from the state of North Dakota. The award is given to native North Dakotans who have outstanding accomplishment throughout the course of their lives.
Angie's parents names were Leo and Frederica Brown. She has/had two sisters.
Angie co-starred with Ronald Reagan in his last movie appearance: the 1964 film The Killers.
In recent years Angie has been caring for her sister who suffers from Alzheimer's Disease.
Angie co-starred in the original 1960 version of Ocean's 11 and made a cameo in the 2001 remake.
Angie stands 5 feet, 5 inches tall.
Angie guest starred on an episode of Perry Mason entitled The Case of the One-Eyed Witness.
Angie has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is located at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard.
Angie won two Golden Globe Awards: one in 1960 as Most Promising Female Newcomer and one in 1975 for Best TV Actress.
Angie was nominated for an Emmy for Best Actress for Police Woman in 1975, 1976, and 1977 but didn't win.
Angie has a daughter from her marriage to Burt Bacharach.
In the 1970's Angie appeared with then husband Burt Bacharach in a commercial for Martini and Rossi wine.
Angie was married to Gene Dickinson from 1952-60 and to composer Burt Bacharach from 1965-80.
Angie is rumored to have slept with John F. Kennedy on the night before his inauguration as President.
Angie was ranked #42 on Playboy Magazine's 100 Sexiest Stars of the Century.
Angie's measurements are 35C-25-35 1/2 according to Celebrity Sleuth magazine.
Angie was offered the role of Krystle Carrington on Dynasty but turned it down.
Angie's first big movie role came in 1959's Rio Bravo where she appeared opposite John Wayne and Dean Martin.
After her college days were finished, Angie worked as a secretary in an airplane parts factor for three and a half years.
Angie attended Glendale College and Immaculate Heart College.
Angie is a graduate of Bellarmine Jefferson High School in Burbank CA.
Angie's family moved to California from North Dakota when she was 11 years old.
Angie's father was a printer who also published several small town newspapers while living in North Dakota.
Angie used a body double for her nude scenes in Dressed to Kill.
Angie's return to series television in 1982's Cassie and Company lasted only half of a season.
Angie co-starred in Oliver Stone's 1993 mini-series Wild Palms with Jim Belushi, Kim Cattrall, and Robert Loggia.
Angie: My mother was against me being an actress until I introduced her to Frank Sinatra.
Angie: I dress for women and undress for men.
Angie: No question--the more powerful men are, the sexier they are.
Angie: I think it was sexier when you didn't have to take it all off.