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Dickinson, the second of four daughters, was born Angeline Brown (called "Angie" by family and friends) on September 30, 1931,  in Kulm, North Dakota, the daughter of Fredericka (née Hehr) and Leo Henry Brown.  Her family was descended from Germans from Russia and she was raised Catholic. 
Angie Dickinson was born in Kulm, North Dakota, in 1931, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Brown. Mr. Brown was the publisher of The Kulm Messenger. The family left North Dakota in 1942 when Angie was 11 years old, moving to Burbank, California. In December of 1946, when she was a senior at Bellamarine Jefferson High School in Burbank, she won ...
Se convirtió en Angie Dickinson en 1952, cuando se casó con el jugador de fútbol de Gene Dickinson, estrella del fútbol universitario que se convirtió en semiprofesional. Se separaron después de cuatro años de matrimonio. Mantuvo una relación intermitente de diez años con Frank Sinatra.
Being the daughter of a printer, Angie at first had visions of becoming a writer, but gave this up after winning her first beauty contest. After finishing college she worked as a secretary in a Burbank airplane parts factory for 3-1/2 years. In 1953 she entered the local Miss America contest one day before the deadline and took second place.
- Angeline Brown
- 5' 5" (1.65 m)
- September 30, 1931 in Kulm, North Dakota, USA
31/07/2022 · Angie Dickson married a former football star Gene Dickinson and adopted his surname. However, their relationship did not last as they divorced after eight years of living together from 1952 to 1960. Later she married Burk Bacharach in the year 1965 and was blessed with a daughter Lea Nikki in the year 1966.
22/07/2022 · Aunque su nombre estará ligado para siempre a la película Río Bravo, Angie Dickinson tiene una carrera memorable. Nacida el 30 de septiembre de 1931 en Kulm (Dakota del Norte), Angeline Brown era la hija del editor de The Kulm Messenger, un diario local. Cuando tenía once años, su familia se trasladó a Burbank (California).