Tina wrote a short but affectionate tribute to recently deceased Gilligan's Island co-star Bob Denver in an issue of Entertainment Weekly.
Tina made a cameo appearance along with Gilligan's Island co-stars Dawn Wells, Russell Johnson, and Bob Denver on an episode of Roseanne.
Tina did NOT appreciate her role as Ginger Grant. If anybody came to her and asked her, "Aren't you Ginger?" She'd say "NO, I'm Tina!"
Tina's Gilligan's Island co-star Russell Johnson once said that she was very difficult to work with.
Tina was replaced by Judith Baldwin in the Gilligan's Island reunion movies which were filmed in the late 70's and early 80's.
Tina is believed to be residing in New York at the present day.
Tina has often blamed her lack of credibility as a dramatic actress on the typecasting which followed her stint on Gilligan's Island.
Tina appeared in two movies with future Hawaii Five-O star Jack Lord: God's Little Acre and The Hangman.
Tina won a Golden Globe in 1959 as Most Promising Newcomer.
According to a 1950's tabloid report one of Tina's boyfriends slugged her in the face when she broke things off with him.
Tina's daughter, Caprice Crane, currently works for MTV.
In 1995 Tina made a cameo appearance on an episode of Roseanne as Roseanne.
The only cast member of Gilligan's Island whom Tina got along with was Alan Hale, Jr.
Tina appeared with Bob Denver in the 1964 beach movie For Those Who Think Young before the two were cast in Gilligan's Island.
Tina made her film debut in 1958's God's Little Acre playing a character named Griselda.
Tina is a licensed helicopter pilot.
According to executive producer Sherwood Schwarz Tina offered to appear in the 1978 reunion movie Rescue from Gilligan's Island but wanted too much money.
Tina's measurements are 37-24-36 according to Celebrity Sleuth magazine.
Tina shared a dressing room with future Catwoman Julie Newmar when they appeared together on Broadway in the musical Li'l Abner.
Tina had a recurring role on Dallas as J. R. Ewing's secretary/mistress.
Tina co-starred in the original movie version of The Stepford Wives.
Tina was married to radio host Les Crane from 1966-70. They have a daughter named Caprice.
She starred in the musical Li'l Abner.
She starred with Bette Davis in Two's Company.
Tina: The best movie you'll ever be in is your own life because that's what matters in the end.