Ann Margret and Her Minnesota Motorcycle Accident
If you’re a fan of Ann Margret, then you probably know she’s an avid motorcycle rider. And that she’s survived several accidents, including one in Minnesota.
During her career, she’s appeared in numerous films and television series. She’s been nominated for a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy Award.
Her career began in 1961 when she was a screen test at 20th Century Fox. She’s since become a beloved actress and singer, starring in many films.
She’s also a talented dancer and has appeared in a variety of commercials for Triumph motorcycles.
In 1964, she starred in Viva Las Vegas alongside Elvis Presley. They became friends and co-stars in many more movies and shows.
After her film career took a lull in 1967, she gave her first live show in Las Vegas. She and her husband Roger Smith (whom she had married in 1967) managed the show.
During the five-week run, Elvis and his entourage came to see her perform. They sent her flowers and a guitar-shaped arrangement for every opening of her shows. From then on, until his death in 1977, Presley and his crew paid her a visit.
He was a huge supporter of her work and loved her music. He even gave her a special gift when she opened her first Vegas show: a guitar.
The couple eventually married in 1967 and had three children, but Smith later died. Their children are now adults and have their own careers.
Her daughter, Amy, is a singer and actress. She’s a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
She also appears on the television program The Kominsky Method, in which she plays Diane, a widow who may be a possible love interest for Norman.
Ann-Margret is a Christian and believes in God. She grew up in a religious family, and she believes that she was born to be a singer. She is currently working on a new project.
As a musician, she has been a part of several bands and has been on countless tours across the globe. She has released multiple albums and has even been nominated for an Oscar.
Her most popular song is “I’ll Fly Away” from the 1965 movie The Swinger. It has become a classic, and she’s also made a number of other songs.
She has also toured with Chuck Day and Mickey Jones on a USO tour for soldiers in the war in Vietnam. She still has strong feelings for the veterans and says she feels like a part of their family.
Although she has never conceived, Ann-Margret is still determined to have children in her life. She believes that her faith and God’s plan will help her achieve that goal.
A big fan of motorcycles, Ann-Margret rode a 500cc Triumph T100C Tiger in The Swinger and has appeared in several motorcycle advertisements.
In 2000, she hit a sandy patch of pavement in Brainerd, MN, and was thrown from her motorcycle. She suffered a broken shoulder and fractured ribs, but she’s still an avid rider.