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Priscilla Presley Biography

  • Profession: Actor, Executive Producer, Book Author
  • Born: May 24, 1945
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Priscilla Beaulieu was the 14-year-old daughter of an American air force officer when, in 1959, she first met Army sergeant [[Performer~P107032~Elvis Presley~elvispresley]]. It was love at first sight, but the ever-gentlemanly Elvis courted Priscilla for a respectable eight years, waiting until she came of age before escorting her to the altar. Presley tried to make the marriage work, but a combination of drugs, liquor and too many female hangers-on virtually foredoomed the union. Still respectful of Priscilla, Elvis saw to it that she and their daughter [[Performer~P45457~Lisa Marie~lisamarie]] were generously provided for in the divorce settlement. After Elvis' death, Priscilla invested very wisely and launched her own performing career, co-hosting the 1980 television "reality" show "Those Amazing Animals" and co-starring for five years (1983-88) on the nighttime TV serial "Dallas." At age 43 (but looking at least 15 years younger), Priscilla made her cinematic bow as Leslie Nielsen's leading lady in the adventure spoof [[Feature~V64938~Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad~thenakedgun]] (1988); she repeated the role, with ever-increasing comic expertise, in two Naked Gun sequels, the last released in 1994. That same year, Priscilla Presley became the world's most famous (and undoubtedly most surprised) mother-in-law when her daughter [[Performer~P45457~Lisa Marie~lisamarie]] wed rock-legend [[Performer~P95684~Michael Jackson~michaeljackson]]. (Though Jackson and Presley later divorced). In the years to come, Presley would remain a figure in pop culture, notably appearing on Dancing with the Stars in 2013. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi