Woman’s World, Slightly Scarlet and Journey to the Center of the Earth to name just a few of the movies Arlene Dahl stared in but the movie she was best known for was The Bird Goes Wild in 1948. The last movie she appeared in was Night of the Warrior that stared her son Lorenzo Lamas, who also played in the 1978 movie Grease. She was voted the Rheingold Beer Girl of 1946 and began her acting career in 1947, at the age of 19. She became one of the most beautiful actresses during the postwar period. Her acting career and popularity peaked in the 1950’s. Dahl also played Lucinda Schenck Wilson on the TV soap opera One Life to Live. She left her acting career and went to work as a columnist and writer. Arlene’s books include Always Ask A Man, Arlene Dahl’s Key to Femininity and Pretice Hall to name a few. Arlene Dahl was Born on this day August 11, 1924 in Minneapolis Minnesota. She also founded her own lingerie and cosmetics business, Arlene Dahl Enterprises. In December 1962 she posed seminude for Playboy magazine. Dahl also had a Relationship with John F. Kennedy before both she and Kennedy were married.