Sandra Dee in Imitation of Life | 1959

Clip Name: Missing Mother Love


Sandra Dee in Imitation of Life | 1959

Starring: Lana Turner, John Gavin and Sandra Dee
Directed by: Douglas Sirk
About this actor

Sandra Dee (April 23, 1942 – February 20, 2005) was an American actress. Dee began her career as a model and progressed to film. Best known for her portrayal of ingenues, Dee won a Golden Globe Award in 1959 as one of the year's most promising newcomers, and over several years her films were popular. By the late 1960s her career had started to decline, and a highly publicized marriage to Bobby Darin ended in divorce. She rarely acted after this time, and her final years were marred by illness; she died as a result of renal failure. Dee was born Alexandra Zuck in Bayonne, New Jersey. Her parents divorced before she was five. Her mother was of Carpatho-Rusyn ancestry and raised her in the Ruthenian Orthodox Church. Changing her name to Sandra Dee, she became a professional model by the age of four and subsequently progressed to television commercials. There has been some confusion as to Dee's actual birth year, with evidence pointing to both 1942 and 1944. According to her son Dodd...

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