Jill St. John (born August 19, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, United States) is a film and television actress. Born Jill Arlyn Oppenheim, she played her major film roles during the 1960s and early 1970s, including Barbara Tuttle in Jerry Lewis' Who's Minding the Store? and a turn as Bond Girl Tiffany Case opposite Sean Connery in the 1971 James Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever. In the 1980's, she starred with Dennis Weaver on the short-lived soap opera, Emerald Point N.A.S. She played Deanna Kinkaid, Thomas Mallory's conniving former sister in law.
St. John continues to act, although her roles in the 1990s and 2000s have primarily been for television sitcoms and made-for-TV movies. In 1997, St. John had a guest appearance on the Seinfeld episode "The Yada Yada." St. John is also known for her very high I.Q. of 162 and for being admitted to the University of California, Los Angeles at the age of 14.
St. John has been married a total of four times:
She has also dated Henry Kissinger...
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A sequel was made in 1968, again featuring Sinatra as Tony Rome. It was called Lady in Cement , and co starred Raquel Welch and Dan Blocker.
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