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Birth name Jill Arlyn OppenheimNationality USABirth 19 august 1940
(78 years) at Los Angeles (USA
Jill St. John (born Jill Arlyn Oppenheim on August 19, 1940) is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her role as Bond girl Tiffany Case in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).
St. John was once measured to have an IQ of 162.
After she left Hollywood, St. John developed a handmade Angora sweater business, and became interested in orchid growing, skiing, hiking, river rafting, camping, and gardening. In 1987, she said "I'm a mountain gal now. I love the outdoors and I love harvesting and using fresh vegetables and herbs."
St. John has been married four times:
Neil Dubin (May 12, 1957 – July 3, 1958) (divorced) St. John was 16 years old when she eloped with Dubin, heir to a linen fortune, in Yuma, Arizona. St. John complained that Dubin harassed and ridiculed her.
Lance Reventlow (March 24, 1960 – October 30, 1963) (divorced) Reventlow, who died in a plane crash in 1972, was the son of Barbara Hutton, heir to the F. W. Woolworth fortune. Despite their divorce and subsequent remarriages, St. John refers to Reventlow as "my late husband" in interviews.
Jack Jones (October 14, 1967 – March 1, 1969) (divorced)
Robert Wagner (May 26, 1990 – present) They first met in 1959 and have been a couple since February 1982. Her Matron of honor at their wedding was Wagner's sister, Mary.
She has three stepdaughters:
Katie Wagner: Born in 1964; Wagner's oldest child, from his marriage to Marion Marshall.
Natasha Gregson: Born in 1970; daughter of Richard Gregson and Natalie Wood, but raised by Wagner and St. John after Wood drowned under suspicious circumstances in 1981.
Courtney Wagner: Born in 1974, Wagner's only child with Wood.