Dolores Hart

Born
October 20, 1938

Dolores Hart, O.S.B. (born Dolores Hicks; October 20, 1938) is an American Roman Catholic Benedictine nun who was a prominent actress. Following her movie debut with Elvis Presley in Loving You (1957), she made ten films in five years, including Wild Is the Wind (1957), King Creole (1958), and Where the Boys Are (1960). By the early 1960s an established leading lady, she "stunned Hollywood" by announcing that she would forgo her life as an actress, leaving behind her career to enter the Abbey of Regina Laudis monastery in Connecticut.

Also born on October 20th

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