Ann-Margret has her own website and MySpace page to keep in contact with her fans.
Ann-Margret nearly died in 1972 when she fell 22 feet from a concert stage in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Her husband, Roger Smith, has been suffering from Myasthenia Gravis since 1980.
Ann-Margret was a cheerleader in junior high and high school.
In 1960, she joined the singing group "The Suttletones."
Ann-Margret first arrived in the United States on the SS Gripsholm on November 29, 1946, from Sweden.
In 1959, she was in Life Magazine dressed as a cheerleader in an advertisement for the Schaffer Pen Company.
Ann-Margret got her first job as a singer in August of 1958 at The Muelbach Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri. She made $98 a week and had to pay for her own expenses.
Ann-Margret went to the same high school (New Trier in Winnetka, Illinois) as Ralph Bellamy, Charlton Heston, Rock Hudson, Hugh O'Brien, Bruce Dern, Penelope Milford, Virginia Madsen and Liz Phair.
Ann-Margret wrote her autobiography in 1994, Ann-Marget: My Story.
Ann-Margret is a natural brunette but dies her hair red.
Ann-Margret performed for the U.S. troops in the USO during the Vietnam Conflict.
Ann-Margret can speak Swedish fluently.
Ann-Margret's measurements were 35-23-35 in 1965.
Ann-Margret has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in.
She has been married to actor Roger Smith since 1967.
She is portrayed by actress Rose McGowan in the 2005 television movie, Elvis.
She has won five Golden Globe Awards.
She attended New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois.
In 1975, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in The Who's rock opera Tommy.
In 1995, she was chosen by Empire Magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history; she ranked 10th.
In 1993, she was nominated for a Razzie Award in the category of Worst Supporting Actress in the movie Newsies
She appeared in the 1962 musical 'State Fair'.
In 1971, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in the movie Carnal Knowledge.
Her single "I Just Don't Understand" charted in the Top 20 of the Billboard Top 100.
She got a recording contract from RCA in 1961.
She was raised in Wilmette, Illinois.
She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6501 Hollywood Blvd.
She attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
Her acting debut was in 1961 as Bette Davis' daughter in Frank Capra's A Pocketful of Miracles.
She was discovered by George Burns.
She came to the United States at age 5.
She is 5 feet, 5 inches tall.(1.65 m)
Ann-Margret: As a person, I am still many times fragile and vulnerable; it's just the way I am. My parents were like that, too. It does present challenges for me. I can be knocked over by a feather when I'm really down although I must say that when I'm on stage, it's different.
Ann-Margret: I always get the adrenalin the heart-pounding and the ice-cold hands before I go on stage.
Ann-Margret: One of my nicknames is 'Slugger,' referring to the fact that even when I get knocked down, I get back up again.
Ann-Margret: I was very flattered by the sex-kitten thing because I never thought of myself as that.
Ann-Margret: The critics had an image of me, and they wouldn't accept any other... I was a cartoon character. A joke.