Lovely and talented Beverly Adams got her start in showbiz with a couple of Elvis Presley movies-- she appeared in "Roustabout" (1964) and "Girl Happy" (1965). That same year, Beverly was a sensation in one of the series of Beach movies that AIP was turning out-- she played Cassandra in "How to Stuff a Wild Bikini" (1965).
Combining her beauty with her keen sense of humor, Beverly appeared in 3 of Dean Martin's Matt Helm movies, portraying Lovey Kravezit (Lovey craves it) in "The Silencers" (1966), "Murderers' Row" (1966) and "The Ambushers" (1967).
Around 1967, Beverly married Vidal Sassoon, the Cosmetics tycoon, and left showbiz. They had 2 children: Catya Sassoon (born 1968 in New York City), and Oley Sassone (born in New Orleans). They were together for a number of years, then divorced. Vidal Sassoon got married again, to a woman named Ronnie. Beverly never remarried; she returned to acting part-time in the 1980s, doing a couple of TV series and some guest appearances.