|Born||Regina Carol Gelfan
May 2, 1943
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Died||November 4, 1992
St. George, Utah, U.S.
|Other names||Gina Adamson|
|Spouse(s)||Al Adamson (1972-92; her death)|
After several stage roles she entered film through a family friend, Steve Cochran who gave her a small role as a beatnik in The Beat Generation (1959). She met Al Adamson in a coffee shop in 1968 that led her to appear in several of his films.
She died of cancer in St. George, Utah on November 4, 1992.
|1960||From the Terrace||Minor Role||Uncredited|
|1961||Two Rode Together||Wakanana||Uncredited|
|1964||Viva Las Vegas||Showgirl||Uncredited|
|1965||The Slender Thread||Uncredited|
|1966||The Glass Bottom Boat||Uncredited|
|1966||The Fiend with the Electronic Brain||Susan Vanard|
|1971||Brain of Blood||Tracy|
|1971||The Female Bunch||Libby|
|1971||Dracula vs. Frankenstein||Judith Fontaine|
|1972||Angels' Wild Women||Margo|
|1972||Blood of Ghastly Horror||Susan Vanard|
|1974||Girls for Rent||Moll||Uncredited|
|1975||Blazing Stewardesses||Lori Winters|
|1977||Black Samurai||Voodoo Dancer / Party Stripper|
- p. 228 Lisanti, Tom Drive-in Dream Girls: A Galaxy of B-movie Starlets of the Sixties McFarland, 1 Jan 2003
Brain of Blood was featured on an installment of Cinematic Titanic in 2008 under the title The Oozing Skull.