Arlene Dahl Biography
Arlene Dahl went to Hollywood, and in 1946, her beauty and charming demeanor as well as acting talent enabled her to sign on to a contract with the Warner Brothers, although her first film, Life With Father, was an MGM Production. Some of her first films included The Bride Goes Wild and Bengal Brigade. The beauty of the hot actress Arlene Dahl easily captivated audiences and made her popular, which enabled her to land many more roles.
In 1946, the hot actress was voted Rheingold Beer Girl of 1946. Although the sexy Arlene Dahls profession as an actress did not last long, some of her best films included Reign of Terror in 1949, Three Little Words in 1950, Womans World in 1954, Slightly Scarlet in 1956, and Journey to the Center of the Earth in 1959.
During the early fifties, Arlene Dahl married Lex Barker, a fellow actor. Not long after they divorced and she went on to marry Fernando Lamas, another actor. Arlene Dahl and he had one son, Lorenzo Lamas, who was born in 1958. Lorenzo Lamas also grew up to be an actor just like his parents. Soon after Lorenzos birth, Arlene Dahl decided to quit films and instead became a beauty columnist.
Arlene Dahl proved to be quite enterprising as she opened her own business, called Arlene Dahl Enterprises. The business sold lingerie as well as cosmetics. When she became older, she decided to be an astrologer. Although she and Fernando Lamas divorced, she remarried and had other children. She also had a brief relationship with John F. Kennedy. In December 1952, Arlene Dahl posed for Playboy Magazine.
During the eighties, Arlene Dahl had brief stints in television, including appearing on the soap opera One Life to Live where she starred as Lucinda Wilson from 1981 to 1984. In 1991, she made her last movie, called Night of the Warrior, where her son Lorenzo was also cast.