Hale was maybe greatest identified for the 1967 spy spoof flick “In Like Flint,” which noticed her play an worker of an organization working to brainwash girls into overthrowing the male-dominated world. She starred reverse Oscar winner James Coburn and Oscar nominee Lee J. Cobb.
In the identical 12 months, she appeared in two episodes of “Batman” as Polly, who helps the evil Mad Hatter in his quest to steal the titular hero’s cowl.
Her different tv credit included roles in “Perry Mason,” “The Alfred Hitchcock Hour,” “Hawaii Five-O” and extra. On the movie aspect, she was identified for showing in flicks like “Taggart,” “The Oscar” and “The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.”
Per The Hollywood Reporter, the actress was born in Salt Lake City on Dec. 27, 1938, however she was raised in Connecticut. Her father was a serious company chief of Mormon heritage whereas her grandfather was identified for having owned a ranch with Brigham Younger.
Hale went again to Utah for school and studied ballet on the College of Utah earlier than attending Skidmore School in Saratoga Springs, New York.
She additionally labored as a mannequin for the Conover Company and the Huntington Hartford Company and studied performing alongside Coleman, James Caan, Jessica Walter, Christopher Lloyd and extra on the Neighborhood Playhouse.
She signed a seven-figure take care of twentieth Century Fox within the early Sixties when Sandra Dee’s agent Len Luskin noticed Hale strolling down the road.
Exterior of her work as an actor, Hale was dedicated to volunteering with the American Most cancers Society.
In 1984, she began a manufacturing firm known as Coleman-Tanasescu Leisure with Gino Tanasescu earlier than branching out on her personal in 2000.
In line with the Hollywood Reporter, when she handed, Hale was engaged on a script known as “Being Jeannie,” which was primarily based on the true story of a girl who impersonated her and married 10 males throughout the states of Texas and Oklahoma within the Sixties.
She was additionally engaged on an adaptation of the e-book “Two Toes — The Coyote Legend of Green River,” which was written by her uncle Preston Q. Hale.