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|Nickname:||Sandy / The Queen of Teens / Sandush|
|Known for:||Imitation of Life / Gidget / If a Man Answers|
|Birth name:||Alexandra Cymboliak Zuck|
|Birthday:||23 April 1942, Bayonne, New Jersey, USA|
|Height:||5' 4" (1.63 m)|
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TriviaHer mother, Mary Douvan, lied about Sandy's age so that she could put her in school and get a job. She was 4 when she entered the 2nd grade. Her mother kept this lie going for the rest of Sandy's life. In her first movie opposite the 20 year old John Saxon in The Restless Years (1958), Sandy was only 13 rather than the reported 15. By 1965, she was the last major star still under an exclusive contract. Was Universal Studios last actress under contract. After her once-hot career fell apart in the 1970s, she fell victim to anorexia, alcoholism and depression. To the delight of her fans, she resurfaced briefly after two decades of seclusion and was warmly embraced at Beverly Hill's Canon Theatre in a stage production of "Love Letters" with her The Restless Years (1958) film co-star John Saxon. Was diagnosed with throat cancer and kidney failure in 2000 Measurements: claims she rapidly developed as a girl and wore a 34D bra as a teen. (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine) Is immortalized in the popular song "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee" from the Grease (1978). The song mocked her squeaky-clean image but Dee reportedly said in a statement that she didn't mind, and always had a big laugh about it. Universal Studios concocted the name 'Sandra Dee' for her by shortening her first name and by using her stepfather's surname initial "D" to sign vouchers. Appeared with then-husband Bobby Darin in three films: Come September (1961), If a Man Answers (1962) and That Funny Feeling (1965).