Diane mcbain dating
She also appeared in the comedy "I Sailed to Tahiti With an All Girl Crew" (1969) with Gardner Mc Kay.
In the nineties through the early 2000s, Mc Bain lent her talents to projects like "The Streets of Beverly Hills" (ABC, 1991-92), "The Broken Hearts Club" (2000) starring Zach Braff and "How to Deal" with Mandy Moore (2003).
Mc Bain was immediately put to work at the age of 17, making her first television act in two episodes of a Western TV series, .
Diane Mc Bain (born May 18, 1941) is an American actress who, as a Warner Brothers contract player, reached a brief peak of popularity during the early 1960s.
Warner Bros continued to keep Mc Bain busy during 1960 with numerous appearances on their TV shows.
columnist Hedda Hopper reports from Arthur Cameron's dinner dance at Romanoff's: "It was evident that Diane Mc Bain and producer Hal Bartlett were crazy about each other. His lovely Latin wife sat at our table and hoped no one would notice. It looks like another divorce to me." columnist Dorothy Kilgallen reports: "Dennis Stein, the clothing firm executive, has just returned to Manhattan after two months of dating Diane Mc Bain in Hollywood, and he's been contributing heavily to the AT&T since he returned.
She is best known for playing an adventurous socialite in the 1960-62 TV series Surfside 6 and as one of Elvis Presley's leading ladies in 1966's Spinout.
During her senior year at Glendale High School, while appearing in a Los Angeles play, she was spotted by a Warner Bros talent scout and added to the studio's roster of contract performers who were appearing in an assembly line-style mass production of TV episodes and theatrical features.
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