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Jocelyn Lane

Birthday: May 16, 1937 (86 years)

HomeTown: Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Jocelyn Lane is one of the most beautifully gorgeous actresses that has ever graced the screen, yet she is mostly forgotten about. She was the younger sister of Mara Lane, who was regarded one of the most attractive models in the United Kingdom during the early 1950s. Jocelyn Bolton was born in Austria in 1937 to British parents. Her older sister’s name was Mara Lane. At the age of 18, Jocelyn had already established herself as a prominent model and cover girl under the stage name Jackie Lane. This may have been due to the fact that she had a gorgeous elder sister, or it may have been in spite of this. During this time, she maintained an extraordinarily hectic schedule working as a cover girl, appearing on the covers of hundreds of magazines all over the globe. Jackie was not beyond lying about her age; in a picture pictorial published in 1957 by Russ Meyer in “Modern Man,” the 20-year-old Jackie is referred to as “Mara’s 18-year-old sister.” This shows that Jackie was not above lying about her age. As time went on, Mara became old news, but Jackie’s exceptional beauty led to comparisons to the French actress Brigitte Bardot. Her film performances at this time were mostly portrayed on an international scale, and she is sometimes mistaken with Jackie Lane, who played Dorothea “Dodo” Chaplet alongside William Hartnell’s Doctor Who for a portion of 1966. In the middle of the 1960s, our Jackie made the move to Hollywood, where she started using her real name. This was perhaps done to prevent being confused with the “other” Jackie Lane, who stayed in England. There seems to have been considerable difficulty in establishing the new name as the dominant one. She was the featured model in the story “The End of [Hollywood’s] Great Girl Drought” that appeared in “Life” magazine on October 4, 1964. The article was titled “The End of [Hollywood’s] Great Girl Drought.” She was already billed as Jocelyn Lane at that time. However, early promotional materials for the Elvis Presley musical Tickle Me (1965) continue to refer to her as Jackie, as does the cover shot of the January 1966 issue of “Popular Photography” magazine that features her. Even though Jocelyn was able to convincingly fake an American accent, her cold and superior screen character did not endear her to fans in the United States, and this was despite the fact that she had multiple flashy main parts in famous B-movies. She left the entertainment industry in the early 1970s and eventually married into the royal family of Spain. However, she lives on in memory, becoming an indelible part of the period during which she was active in the film industry. A ground-level photo of the 32-year-old Jocelyn (appearing all of 22) in a black leather miniskirt and boots, peering haughtily at the camera, has become a symbol of 1960s pop culture. This image was featured on the poster for her film Hell’s Belles (1969), which was released in 1969. Born on May 16, 1937, Jocelyn Lane hails from Vienna, Austria. As in 2024, Jocelyn Lane's age is 86 years. Check below for more deets about Jocelyn Lane. This page will put a light upon the Jocelyn Lane bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Stage Name Jocelyn Lane
Real Name Jocelyn Lane
Profession(s) Actress, Producer,
Birthday May 16, 1937
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Age 86 years
Gender Female
Birthplace Vienna, Austria
Hometown Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Nationality Austrian

Jocelyn Lane Family

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  • Jocelyn Lane was born in Vienna, Austria.
  • Jocelyn Lane’s birth sign is Taurus.
  • Jocelyn Lane is one of the most beautifully gorgeous actresses that has ever graced the screen, yet she is mostly forgotten about. She was the younger sister of Mara Lane, who was regarded one of the most attractive models in the United Kingdom during the early 1950s. Jocelyn Bolton was born in Austria in 1937 to British parents. Her older sister’s name was Mara Lane. At the age of 18, Jocelyn had already established herself as a prominent model and cover girl under the stage name Jackie Lane. This may have been due to the fact that she had a gorgeous elder sister, or it may have been in spite of this. During this time, she maintained an extraordinarily hectic schedule working as a cover girl, appearing on the covers of hundreds of magazines all over the globe. Jackie was not beyond lying about her age; in a picture pictorial published in 1957 by Russ Meyer in “Modern Man,” the 20-year-old Jackie is referred to as “Mara’s 18-year-old sister.” This shows that Jackie was not above lying about her age. As time went on, Mara became old news, but Jackie’s exceptional beauty led to comparisons to the French actress Brigitte Bardot. Her film performances at this time were mostly portrayed on an international scale, and she is sometimes mistaken with Jackie Lane, who played Dorothea “Dodo” Chaplet alongside William Hartnell’s Doctor Who for a portion of 1966. In the middle of the 1960s, our Jackie made the move to Hollywood, where she started using her real name. This was perhaps done to prevent being confused with the “other” Jackie Lane, who stayed in England. There seems to have been considerable difficulty in establishing the new name as the dominant one. She was the featured model in the story “The End of [Hollywood’s] Great Girl Drought” that appeared in “Life” magazine on October 4, 1964. The article was titled “The End of [Hollywood’s] Great Girl Drought.” She was already billed as Jocelyn Lane at that time. However, early promotional materials for the Elvis Presley musical Tickle Me (1965) continue to refer to her as Jackie, as does the cover shot of the January 1966 issue of “Popular Photography” magazine that features her. Even though Jocelyn was able to convincingly fake an American accent, her cold and superior screen character did not endear her to fans in the United States, and this was despite the fact that she had multiple flashy main parts in famous B-movies. She left the entertainment industry in the early 1970s and eventually married into the royal family of Spain. However, she lives on in memory, becoming an indelible part of the period during which she was active in the film industry. A ground-level photo of the 32-year-old Jocelyn (appearing all of 22) in a black leather miniskirt and boots, peering haughtily at the camera, has become a symbol of 1960s pop culture. This image was featured on the poster for her film Hell’s Belles (1969), which was released in 1969.

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