Carol Lynley

Playboy Celebrity, March 1965

Carol Lynley bio

February 13, 1942 - September 3, 2019 / Aquarius / Age 77

Carol Lynley was an American-born actress. She was born on February 13, 1942 in New York City, New York, United States. Her birth name is Carole Ann Jones. She is sometimes credited as Carolyn Lee.

Carol Lynley was a featured Playboy model in March 1965. Carol Lynley's measurements are 35-24-36. She had natural breasts, blue eyes, and blond hair.

She embarked on her career as a child model using the name Carolyn Lee. In 1955, Lynley marked her debut on Broadway in the acclaimed stage production "Anniversary Waltz," showcasing her budding talent. At the remarkable age of 15, she graced the Broadway stage again, portraying Dame Sybil Thorndyke's granddaughter in "The Potting Shed."

Lynley's journey into the world of cinema commenced in 1958 when she appeared in the Disney film "The Light in the Forest," swiftly followed by "Holiday for Lovers." Her outstanding performance in 1959 earned her a nomination for the Golden Globe Award in the category of Most Promising Newcomer Female. A year later, she once again received a Golden Globe nomination in the same category for her role in "Blue Denim."

She is most celebrated for her notable contributions to films like "Return to Peyton Place" and the humorous "Under the Yum Yum Tree." Additionally, at the age of 22, she made a bold decision to pose nude, gracing the pages of the March 1965 edition of Playboy magazine.

Carol Lynley measurements

Height: 5'4 (163 cm)
Weight: 123 lb (56 kg)

Breast: 35 in (88 cm) / natural
Waist: 24 in (62 cm)
Hips: 36 in (92 cm)

Carol Lynley details

Zodiac: Aquarius
Ethnicity: caucasian
Hair color: blond
Eye color: blue
Tattoo: no
Piercing: no

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