Stella Stevens


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Stella Stevens

Stella Stevens Death

Stella passed away on February 17, 2023 at the age of 84 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Stella's cause of death was Alzheimer's disease.

Stella Stevens death quick facts:
  • When did Stella Stevens die?

    February 17, 2023
  • How did Stella Stevens die? What was the cause of death?

    Alzheimer's disease
  • How old was Stella Stevens when died?

  • Where did Stella Stevens die? What was the location of death?

    Los Angeles, California, USA

Stella Stevens Birthday and Date of Death

Stella Stevens was born on October 1, 1938 and died on February 17, 2023. Stella was 84 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: October 1, 1938
Date of Death: February 17, 2023
Age at Death: 84

Is Stella Stevens's father, Thomas Ellett Eggleston, dead or alive?

Thomas Ellett Eggleston's information is not available now.

Is Stella Stevens's mother, Estelle Caro Eggleston, dead or alive?

Estelle Caro Eggleston's information is not available now.

Stella Stevens - Biography

Stella Stevens is an American film, television, and stage actress. She began her acting career in 1959 and starred in such popular films as Girls! Girls! Girls!, The Nutty Professor (1963), The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963), The Silencers (1966), Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows (1968), The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970), and The Poseidon Adventure (1972).
At age 16, she married electrician Noble Herman Stephens on December 1, 1954, probably in Memphis. They had one child, Herman Andrew Stephens, who would later be known as actor/producer Andrew Stevens. He is Stella's only child. The couple divorced in 1957 but Stella and her son retained a variation of her ex-husband's surname as their own professional surnames. While studying at Memphis State College, she became interested in acting and modeling.

Throughout the late 1950s and 1960s Stevens achieved success as a model. When high-speed Ektachrome film was introduced in 1959, Stevens was the first person ever photographed for a formal portrait by the light of a single candle and several reflectors for the cover of a photography magazine. In January 1960, she was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month, and was also featured in Playboy pictorials in 1965 and 1968. She was included in Playboy magazine's 100 Sexiest Stars of the 20th Century, appeared at number 27. During the 1960s she was one of the most photographed women in the world.
Stevens appeared in several top television series in the 1960s, including Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1960), General Electric Theater (1960, 1961), and Ben Casey (1964). One of her earliest television appearances was in a critically acclaimed 1960 episode of Bonanza, "Silent Thunder", playing a deaf mute.
In 1983, Stevens began a long-term relationship with rock guitarist Bob Kulick; through at least 1990, they shared Stevens' Beverly Hills home. In 2005, Stevens received the Reel Cowboys Silver Spur Award for her contributions to the Western genre.