Dayle Haddon Biography
After becoming a well-known face in the world of modeling, Dayle Haddon then moved to yet another field, acting. It didnt take her long to grab a role in the Disney movie The Worlds Greatest Athlete in 1973, mainly because of her good looks. However, despite her promising career as an actress, Dayle Haddon worked on other plans, including a nude pictorial for Playboy magazine. She then moved to Europe and continued her career as a model, while at the same time took part on softcore films as well as small parts in American movies. Among her best roles were in the 1977 Madame Claude and the title role in the movie Spermula in 1976. Not long after, Dayle Haddon moved back to the United States to get married and give birth to a daughter, Ryan Haddon.
Tragedy struck for Dayle Haddon in 1991, when her husband suddenly died and left her with almost no inheritance as well as a teenage daughter for her to raise alone. Because of an abrupt change of lifestyle, Dayle Haddon moved out of their house in New York City and settled for a job in an advertising company in Los Angeles, California. Not long after, her face rose once again as Clairols spokesperson, and was followed by endorsing Estee Lauders new anti-aging line of cosmetics. From Estee Lauder Dayle Haddon then moved to LOreal as a spokesperson for middle-aged women. She also has her own company, the Dayle Haddon Concepts, Inc.