Living Stars From Hollywood’s Golden Age – See How They Live Now
At age 79, Ann-Margret Olsson has had an illustrious and highly successful career. She was fortunate to have supportive parents who poured investments towards her love for the arts. She started her career in 1961 when she began recording for RCA Records. Simultaneously, she tried her luck at acting. She immediately became a highly promising performer, with accolades for her debut performances. She reached superstar status after starring in Bye Bye Birdie. It got to a point where she was branded as the ‘female Elvis’.
She became heavily associated with the King of Rock and Roll, to the point of being romantically linked to him. Since then, her achievements throughout her 60 years in the business included five Golden Globes, two Grammys, six Emmys, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and two Oscar nominations. Furthermore, she was awarded the Swedish Royal Order of the Polar Star in 1988.