Lauren Hutton young
November 17, 1943
5 ft 6 in | 169 cm
34-25-33 in | 86-63-84 cm
55 kg | 121 lbs
8 US | 38 EU
Lauren Hutton was born in Charleston, South Carolina, United States, on November 17, 1943, is an American actress.
Young Lauren Hutton first started her career as a model in New York, in the late 1960s.
She appeared in her first advertisement for Chanel in 1968.
She signed a contract with Revlon cosmetics, worth US$250,000 a year in 1973.
She made her big screen debut in sports comedy film Paper Lion (1968) in role as Kate.
She got her television debut in drama romance movie A Time for Love (1973) in role as Darleen.
Her breakthrough performance came as Billie in crime drama film The Gambler (1974).
I Feel Pretty (2018) comedy in role as Lily LeClaire, opposite Amy Schumer, Michelle Williams and Tom Hopper
American Gigolo (1980) neo-noir crime drama opposite Richard Gere and Héctor Elizondo
Zorro, the Gay Blade (1981) swashbuckling comedy with George Hamilton and Ron Leibman
Someone's Watching Me! (1978) thriller horror opposite David Birney and Adrienne Barbeau
Gator (1976) action comedy with Burt Reynolds and Jerry Reed
Once Bitten (1985) comedy horror opposite Jim Carrey and Karen Kopins
The Joneses (2009) comedy drama with Demi Moore, David Duchovny, and Amber Heard
Little Fauss and Big Halsy (1970) comedy drama opposite Robert Redford and Michael J. Pollard
My Father The Hero (1994) comedy drama with Gérard Depardieu and Katherine Heigl
Viva Knievel! (1977) action adventure opposite Evel Knievel and Gene Kelly
Paternity (1981) comedy with Burt Reynolds and Beverly D'Angelo
Pieces of Dreams (1970) drama opposite Robert Forster and Will Geer
Timestalkers (1987) science fiction with Klaus Kinski and Forrest Tucker
Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (1983) science fiction opposite Lee Majors and Hal Linden
Fear (1990) thriller horror with Ally Sheedy and Michael O'Keefe
All Fired Up (1982) comedy opposite Yves Montand and Isabelle Adjani
The Cradle Will Fall (1983) drama horror thriller with Ben Murphy and James Farentino
Hécate (1982) drama opposite Bernard Giraudeau and Jean Bouise
She had recurring role as Colette Ferrier in ABC soap opera Paper Dolls (1984).
Monte Carlo (1986) two-part miniseries in role as Evelyn MacIntyre
Sins (1986) CBS miniseries in role as ZZ Bryant
Falcon Crest (1987) CBS soap opera in role as Liz McDowell
Central Park West (1995–1996) CBS soap opera in role as Linda Fairchild Rush
She was a guest judge on fashion designer reality television show Project Runway in 2010.
Graduated from Chamberlain High School in Tampa in 1961.
Attended the University of South Florida in 1961.
Graduated from Tulane University (1964) with a bachelor of arts degree, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Featured on cover of Vogue 25 times.
Featured in a campaign "Do Something" by designer Alexander Wang in 2015.
She walked runway for Bottega Veneta's Spring 2017 show.
Friend with Beverly D'Angelo.
She dated Luca Babini (1991-1997), Malcolm McLaren (1985-1989), Burt Reynolds (1981), Lou Adler (1975), Bob Williamson (1965-1997) and Steve McQueen (1962) .
I became a model to see the world, to make enough money to travel and experience other cultures.
Fashion is what others give you, style is what you give yourself.
I had always broken the rules.
I was making $50 a week as a house model at Christian Dior for nine months before I learned that photographic models made $50 an hour!
In 1974, the modeling world changed. Jerry Ford and my lawyer negotiated the deal for the first exclusive contract in modeling history.
Eileen Ford wanted me to fix my nose and my teeth. I said, Sure, great, but I really had no intention to.