Allison Hayes

Allison Hayes
1930 - 1977

Allison Hayes  American Actress

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Relationships

Allison Hayes was in relationships with Jacques Bergerac (1959), Robert Gordon (1959 - 1960), Sy Devore (1959 - 1962), Mac Krim (1959), Milton Krims (1959), Mark Hanna (1958), Robert S. Taplinger (1957), Sammy Renick (1956) and Jack Palance (1954).

Allison Hayes had an encounter with Race Gentry (1956).

About

American Actress Allison Hayes was born Mary Jane Hayes on 6th March, 1930 in Charleston, West Virginia, USA and passed away on 27th Feb 1977 San Diego, California, USA aged 46. She is most remembered for Attack of the 50-ft Woman. Her zodiac sign is Pisces.

Allison Hayes is a member of the following lists: American film actors, American television actors and Cancer deaths in California.

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Relationship Statistics

TypeTotalLongestAverageShortest
Dating9 3 years, 4 months 6 months, 12 days 1 month
Encounter1 1 month, 1 day - -
Total10 3 years, 4 months 5 months, 26 days 1 month

Details

First Name Allison
Last Name Hayes
Full Name at Birth Mary Jane Hayes
Age 46 (age at death) years
Birthday 6th March, 1930
Birthplace Charleston, West Virginia, USA
Died 27th February, 1977
Place of Death San Diego, California, USA
Cause of Death Blood poisoning (or leukemia (due to doctor-prescribed calcium supplements)
Buried Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Height 5' 7" (170 cm)
Weight 120lbs (54 kg)
Build Voluptuous
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Sexuality Straight
Religion Roman Catholic
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
High School Calvin Coolidge High School
University Catholic University, studied classical piano at American University
Occupation Text Actress/fashion model/concert pianist/interior decorator
Occupation Actress
Claim to Fame Attack of the 50-ft Woman
Year(s) Active 1954–1967
Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling) Paul Brandon agency
Brand Endorsement Frederick's of Hollywood catalog
Bust (inches) 36
Waist (inches) 23
Hips (inches) 36
Father William E. Hayes
Mother Charlotte Gibson Hayes
Brother William Jr step brother
Friend Raymond Burr, Nancy Kulp, Mara Corday, Gloria Swanson, Sara Shane, Jack Klugman
Pets English Pointer named Syndi, Dalmatian named Sam.

Allison Hayes (born Mary Jane Hayes; March 6, 1930 – February 27, 1977) was an American film and television actress and model.

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Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Allison Hayes46 PiscesActress
American
Jacques Bergerac87 GeminiActor
French
Robert Gordon77 LeoDirector
American
Sy Devore-
Milton Krims84 AquariusScreenwriter
American
Mac Krim102Business
Mark Hanna86 CapricornScreenwriter
American
Robert S. Taplinger66 PiscesPublicist
American
Sammy Renick-
Race Gentry87 AquariusActor
American
Jack Palance87 AquariusActor
American

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Iron Horse1966Dana MarionTV Show
Tickle Me1965MabelMovie
The F.B.I.1965Anne FrazierTV Show
Gomer Pyle: USMC1964Rose PilchekTV Show
The Crawling Hand1963DonnaMovie
Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?1963Mrs. GraysonMovie
General Hospital1963Priscilla Longsworth (1963-1964)TV Show
Ripcord1961Laura CopelandTV Show
Acapulco1961ChloeTV Show
The Hypnotic Eye1960JustineMovie
Michael Shayne1960Maureen BoyleTV Show
Surfside 61960LottaTV Show
The High Powered Rifle1960Sharon HillMovie
Dante1960Margo RainwaterTV Show
The Case of the Dangerous Robin1960TV Show
Hawaiian Eye1959The BarricudaTV Show
Laramie1959FrancieTV Show
Men Into Space1959Mandy HolcombTV Show
Rawhide1959Rose MortonTV Show
Shotgun Slade1959Franci Longo, Lana ParkerTV Show
The Alaskans1959StellaTV Show
The Untouchables1959Mrs. FelcherTV Show
Counterplot1959Connie LaneMovie
Pier 5, Havana1959Monica GrayMovie
Kraft Mystery Theater1959Helena FordTV Show
World of Giants1959TV Show
Markham1959Amy Williams, Marina - ModelTV Show
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman1958Nancy Fowler ArcherMovie
77 Sunset Strip1958Marianne WinstonTV Show
Bat Masterson1958Ellie WintersTV Show
Mike Hammer1958Miriam CordeyTV Show
The Rough Riders1958Ellen JohnstonTV Show
A Lust to Kill1958SherryMovie
Hong Kong Confidential1958Elena MartineMovie
Wolf Dog1958Ellen HughesMovie
Cool and Lam1958Evaline Dell (as Alison Hayes)TV Movie
The Undead1957Livia - a WitchMovie
The Unearthly1957Grace ThomasMovie
Zombies of Mora Tau1957Mona HarrisonMovie
Bachelor Father1957Loretta PrentissTV Show
Perry Mason1957Cho Sin, Pearl Chute, Stella RadomTV Show
Richard Diamond, Private Detective1957Angel CaseTV Show
Tales of Wells Fargo1957MarieTV Show
Tombstone Territory1957Elizabeth Blythe, Grace Tuttle, Liz DaltonTV Show
The Disembodied1957Tonda MetzMovie
The Web1957BlondeTV Show
Captain David Grief1957MelbaTV Show
Gunslinger1956Erica PageMovie
Mohawk1956GretaMovie
Zane Grey Theater1956ParisTV Show
The Steel Jungle1956Mrs. ArcherMovie
Conflict1956TV Show
The Prodigal1955Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)Movie
The Purple Mask1955Irene de BournotteMovie
The Millionaire1955Linda KendallTV Show
Warner Brothers Presents1955TV Show
Chicago Syndicate1955Sue MortonMovie
Count Three and Pray1955Georgina DecraisMovie
Double Jeopardy1955Barbara DeveryMovie
Francis Joins the WACS1954Lt. DicksonMovie
Sign of the Pagan1954IldicoMovie
So This Is Paris1954CarmenMovie
Girls in the Night1953Angela-Beauty Contest Contestant (uncredited)Movie
Death Valley Days1952Mary GrangerTV Show
Four Star Playhouse1952ChristineTV Show
The Ford Television Theatre1952Marian AbbottTV Show
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DarkMarcDarkMarcOct 1, 2019

They say that "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" Even though Allison Hayes might not win an Academy Award she gave every role her undivided attention making Hayes an unforgettable actress and it didn't hurt to be positively stunning. Even before Allison Hayes became a cult figure for her starring role in The Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman (1958, Warner Brothers) she was definitely a head-turner and in describing Hayes' figure the word "Buxom" comes to mind. Never mind the bad screenplay or the cheesy special effects that all goes away when you see the poster and how it immortalized Allison Hayes as an icon of feminine strength. Allison Hayes (then Mary Jane) Hayes was born (March 6, 1930) on a military base in Charleston, west V*rginia, and grew up in Washington D.C. An accomplished pianist, she considered a career in music, but in 1949 the raven haired statuesque beauty was invited to represent D.C. in the Miss America Pageant. Her next big break reportedly came at a party she attended with an embassy secretary . On seeing her, Mrs. Earl Warren, wife of the Supreme Court Justice, remarked, "What a pretty girl. She ought to be in movies." A talent scout happened to over hear Mrs Warren's comment and Allison Hayes was offered a screen test. Changing her name to Allison, she signed on with Universal in 1954, eventually leaving the studio to be a free agent. In her screen debut, Francis Joins the WACS (1954),Hayes was a supporting actress to the talking mule, which had the title role. Her second film, Sign of the Pagan (1954, Universal) provided her with an important role in a relatively minor film. Opposite Jack Palance, she played the part of a siren who ultimately kills him. Allison Hayes proved once again she could hold her own against such talented actors like Van Heflin or newcomer Joanne Woodward in Count Three and Pray (1955 Columbia), however, Hayes described the role of Georgina Decrais as the best of her career. Her other costars were Raymond Burr and Philip Carey. As the arrogant Southern belle she was in love with Van Heflin, and after being spurned by him, Hayes is reduced to becoming Burr’s live-in "housekeeper." Hayes had several well-played dramatic scenes. However, when the film was released much of the attention of reviewers was focused on Woodward (who was making her screen debut), and Hayes was largely ignored. Hayes finally hit her stride in the late 1950s, when she starred in a succession of shamelessly trashy horror flicks: Zombies of Mora Tau (1957), The Undead (1957), The Unearthly (1957), The Disembodied (1957), and one of her better performances was as Justine in The Hypnotic Eye (1960) and of course the film that Allison Hayes will be remembered for The Attack Of The 50-Foot Woman (1958). In 1958 she appeared in the recurring role of Ellie Winters, the beautiful poker dealer / secret agent, in seven episodes of the popular western series Bat Masterson starring Gene Barry. A close friend of Raymond Burr since filming Count Three and Pray, she made five guest appearances on his Perry Mason series during this time, including the role of Pearl Chute in the 1962 episode, "The Case of the Bogus Books." By the early 1960s Hayes was doing more television work with regular roles on Acapulco, and General Hospital. Allison was a versatile actress; she did drama very well, as when she guest-starred on the television series The Untouchables (1959), in the highly-rated episode, The Untouchables: The Rusty Heller Story (1960). Allison also had a flair for comedy, which she demonstrated when she appeared in the Dean Martin film, Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963, Paramount Pictures). Her last film appearance was with "The King", himself, Elvis Presley in Tickle Me (1965, Allied Artists), with a hilarious script by the legendary writer Elwood Ullman. As her acting career declined, she began to experience severe health problems, and was unable to walk without a cane. In severe pain, her usually good-natured personality began to change and she became emotional and volatile, making it difficult for her to secure acting work. Hayes later said that the pain of her illness caused her to contemplate suicide, and that her symptoms were not taken seriously by doctors. Reading a medical book about the metal poisoning of factory workers, Hayes recognized the symptoms described as being similar to her own. Hayes began to question the ingredients of a calcium supplement she had been taking for a long time and when she employed a toxicologist to test a sample of the product, he determined that it had an extremely high content of lead and concluded that Hayes was most likely suffering from lead poisoning. Hayes mounted a campaign to have the FDA ban the import or sale of the food supplement. An invalid, Hayes moved to San Clemente, California and her health continued to deteriorate. In 1976, she was diagnosed with leukemia and was treated regularly at La Jolla. While at the hospital receiving a blood transfusion, her condition unexpectedly and rapidly deteriorated as she experienced chills, flu-like symptoms and intense pain. She was transferred to the University of California Medical Center in San Diego on February 26, 1977, where she died the following day, one week before her 47th birthday. Allison Hayes will always be remembered for her roles on the big screen but she also will be remembered for this as well; A letter arrived after her death, the FDA advised her that amendments were being made to the laws governing the importation of nutritional supplements, largely as a result of her situation.

wjerryzwjerryzJan 3, 2018

I have studied the many pictures of her and she is truly a beautiful woman. One of a kind

wjerryzwjerryzSep 10, 2016

Nice looking for a 50 foot woman

dnsstardnsstarJan 25, 2012

she was such a legendary woman

mitwikaDec 9, 2011

They broke the mold after they made her. Truly one of a kind.

athenaAug 18, 2009

did allison hayes have any children


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