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Joan Blackman (born May 17, 1938 in San Francisco, California) is an American actress. Blackman made her television acting debut as a guest performer in a 1957 series, Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans, and then appeared in her first motion picture, Good Day for a Hanging, in 1959. She had a significant role in two Elvis Presley films. She played Maile Duval in the 1961 film Blue Hawaii and the following year played Rose Grogan in Kid Galahad. She also appeared with Dean Martin in Career (1959), and played Ellen Spelding vis-à-vis Kreton, the character of Jerry Lewis in 1960`s Visit to a Small Planet. She later returned to motion pictures in Max Baer, Jr.`s Macon County Line (1974). During the 1965-66 season, Blackman was part of the regular cast of the prime time television soap opera, Peyton Place. On that show, she played "Marion Fowler," the wife to the District Attorney. She met her ex-husband, Joby Baker, while they were each filming an Elvis Presley movie. Joan appeared once in each of the television series; Bonanza, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason and I Spy. She had two children with her second husband Rockne Tarkington.
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Joan Blackman (born May 17, 1938, San Francisco, California) is an American actress.
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According to our records Joan Blackman is currently single.
She was married to Joby Baker from 1959 to 1961.
She also dated Hampton Fancher from 1961 to 1966, Frank Sinatra in 1956 and Stash De Rola.
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