Family & Companions
A former supermodel and granddaughter of American literary giant Ernest Hemingway, Margeaux Hemingway made her screen debut opposite her younger sister Mariel, playing a fashion model/vengeful rape victim in the thriller, "Lipstick" (1976). THe statuesque beauty subsequently made sporadic film appearances in such films as "Killer Fish" (1979), "A Fistful of Chopsticks/They Call Me Bruce" (1982), "Over the Brooklyn Bridge" (1983) and "Inner Sanctum" (1991). She made headlines with her much publicized battles with eating disorders and alcoholism. Hemingway was found dead from apparently natural causes in her Southern California home in late June 1996.
Cast (Feature Film)
Won the largest paying contract for a female personality by becoming Faberge's "Fabulous Babe" perfume symbol
Film debut, "Lipstick"
Admitted to the Betty Ford Center for treatment of alcoholism
Nude layout in "Playboy"