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Bolling in a 1969 Bonanza guest appearance.
Tiffany Royce Kral|
February 6, 1947
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress, model, singer|
Peter E. Tevis (1969-1970) (divorced)|
William H. Noyes (1976-?) (divorced)
Richard G. Casares (1983-present) 1 child
|Children||Sean Christine (b. 1985)|
Tiffany Bolling (born Tiffany Royce Kral; born February 6, 1947) is a retired American actress, model and singer, best known for her appearances in cult movies.
Bolling guest-starred on a number of television series, including The Sixth Sense (as Damaris in "Witch, Witch, Burning Bright"), Ironside ("The Wrong Time, the Wrong Place", 1970, as a film actress who falls in love with Don Galloway's Sgt. Ed Brown), and Marcus Welby, M.D. (as a leprosy victim engaged to Don Galloway's character, shot the same year as the "Ironside" episode). She had roles in Charlie's Angels, Bonanza, Mannix, Barnaby Jones, Vega$ and The New People as well. She appeared in the sci-fi show Man from Atlantis and children's program Electra Woman and Dyna Girl.
In April 1972, she did a pictorial for Playboy magazine.She later called that exposure "the worst experience of my life" and said she never got paid for it. The Playboy appearance led to her appearing in "low-budget exploitation movies" including The Candy Snatchers (1973) and The Centerfold Girls (1974).
Twice divorced, she has been married to production administrator Richard G. Casares since October 8, 1983; the couple has one child, a daughter.
- The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker (1971)
- The Candy Snatchers (1973)
- Bonnie's Kids (1973)
- Wicked, Wicked (1973)
- Centerfold Girls (1974)
- The Wild Party (1975)
- Kingdom of the Spiders (1977)
- Love Scenes (1984)
- Open House (1987)
- Visions (1998)
- "Tiffany Bolling - The Private Life and Times of Tiffany Bolling. Tiffany Bolling Pictures". www.glamourgirlsofthesilverscreen.com.
- Rosebrook, Jeb; Rosebrook, Stuart (2018). Junior Bonner: The Making of a Classic with Steve McQueen and Sam Peckinpah in the Summer of 1971. BearManor Media. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
- Thurber, Jon (August 6, 2002). "Roy Kral, 80; Jazz Duo Star". The Los Angeles Times. California, Los Angeles. p. 24. Retrieved June 6, 2018 – via Newspapers.com.
- Mann, Dave (2014). Harry Alan Towers: The Transnational Career of a Cinematic Contrarian. McFarland. p. 122. ISBN 9780786479825. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
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