Bo Derek

Cathleen Collins known as Bo Derek known is an American actress, film producer, and model who is best known for her role in the American sex comedy film, “10”(1979). She is famous for being the most popular sex symbols of the 1970s and 1980s. She debuted with her role as Annie in the film “Orca” in 1977.

She is also known for films directed by her late husband, John Derek, such as “Tarzan, the Ape Man” (1981), “Bolero” (1984), and “Fantasies” (1981), all of which received negative reviews. Bo has appeared in a number of television shows, including “The Drew Carey Show,” “Queen of Swords,” “Lucky,” and “Standing.” She also produced and starred in “Ghosts Can’t Do It,” a romantic comedy film (1989).

Derek is also remembered for her relationship with late-John Derek, her only child, who was 30 years her senior and died in 1988, leaving Bo a widow. She is, however, reportedly married to actor John Corbett, with whom she has been happily married for over 18 years, despite the fact that they have no children together.

She’s still very popular on social media, with about 31k Instagram followers under the handle @reallyboderek.

What is Bo Derek’s claim to fame?

She is well-known in the United States for her appearance in the sex comedy film “10.”

Where did Bo Derek get her start?

Bo Derek was born in the United States on November 20, 1956, in Long Beach, California. Her ethnicity is American. Mary Cathleen Collins is her given name. Her race is White, and her zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Paul Collins (father) and Norma Collins (mother) had four children, with her being the oldest (mother). Her father was a Hobie Cat executive, and her mother was Ann-make-up Margret’s artist and hairdresser. Her parents later divorced, and her mother married Bobby Bass, an American stuntman.

She grew up in the California town of Harbor City. She attended Nerbonne High School for her studies. She went on to George S. Patton Continuation School after that. She missed classes and hitchhiked to the beach while she was in school. She dropped out of school at the age of 16 to pursue a career in acting.

She began dating director John Dereck, who was 30 years her senior, while filming her first film. She had a romantic relationship with him. After John divorced his wife, Linda Evans, she moved to Germany with him. When Bo turned 19, they married and moved back to the United States.

Highlights of Bo Derek’s Career

Bo Derek made her professional acting debut in Michael Anderson’s American thriller “Orca,” which she starred in in 1977.

In 1979, she appeared in Blake Edwards’ romantic comedy film “10,” which cemented her reputation as a sex symbol. This film was a huge hit, and she went on to have a lot of roles after that.

After being launched as a sex symbol, she was featured in Playboy Magazine in 1980. In 1981, 1984, and 1994, she was featured in the magazine once more.

Her late husband, John Derek, directed the 1981 film “Fantasies,” in which she played Anastasia. Critics were harsh in their assessments.

She played Jane Parker in her late husband’s “Tarzan, the Ape Man” in 1981, which was a box office smash but received mixed reviews from critics.

In 1984, she appeared in another film directed by John, “Bolero,” which received mixed reviews.

After a 5-year hiatus, Bo returned in 1989 with a starring role in “Ghosts Can’t Do It,” directed by her husband. It was John’s final film, and it was made by Bo. Critics, on the other hand, were not impressed with this film.

She went on to star in a number of films, including “Woman of Desire” (1993), “Tommy Boy” (1995), “Frozen with Fear” (2001), and “Master of Disguise” (2002).

She also starred alongside Indian actor Raj Kumar Rao and actress Nargis Fakhri in the 2017 American-Indian film “5 weddings” as Mandy Singh Dhaliwal.

In 1999, she appeared on ‘The Drew Carey Show.’ Her guest appearances on shows like ‘Family Law,’ ‘Queen of Swords,’ ‘Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place,’ ‘Lucky,’ ‘Still Standing,’ ‘7th Heaven,’ ‘Fashion House,’ ‘Chuck,’ and others followed.

In 2002, Bo published her autobiography, “Riding Lessons: Everything I Know About Life I Learned from Horses.”

She has appeared in television movies such as “Sharkando 3: Oh Hell No!” in 2015 and “The Last Sharkando: It’s about time” in 2018.

Bo Derek made an appearance on the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week on August 13, 2020.
Achievements and Promotions

For her appearance in the 1980 film “10,” Bo Derek was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture- Female.

For “Tarzan, the Ape Man” and “Tommy Child,” she got two Golden Raspberry Awards for Worst Actress.

She’s also been nominated five times for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress.

She was nominated for Worst Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture in 2002 for Master of Disguise.

Who is the husband of Bo Derek?

Bo Derek has only ever been married once in her life. Derek married John Derek for the first and only time. John was an American actor and producer best known for his roles in the 1949 television series “Knock on Every Door,” “All the King’s Men,” and “Rogues of Sherwood Forest” (1950). At the age of 16, Bo started dating John, who was 30 years her senior, though John was still married to his third wife, actress Linda Evans.

They both flew to Mykonos, Greece, to shoot the film “And Once Upon a Time” (unreleased until 1981, under the title Fantasies). Derek and Collins started an affair while filming, during which Evans returned to the United States and divorced in 1974. However, they lived in Germany until Cathleen turned 18 in order to escape scandals and punishment for dating a minor.

The couple returned to the United States after she turned eighteen and married on June 10, 1976. Cathleen then adopted the name Bo Derek, and the pair married for 22 years, until John’s death on May 22, 1998, from heart failure.She and her husband, John Derek, were married for 22 years but never had children. She has been in a relationship with actor John Corbett since 2002, four years after John’s death, and they actually live on a ranch in Santa Barbara, California. They’ve been dating for almost 18 years, so there’s a fair chance they’ll never walk down the aisle together.

She is also an ardent horse lover and rider, and she even owns a champion pure Portuguese mare called Gaiata. She is also a national honorary chairperson for the National Rehabilitation Special Events of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

What is Bo Derek’s net worth?

Bo Derek makes a decent living as both an actress and a producer. Dereck has amassed a sizable fortune from her numerous films and television shows, having begun her career in 1977. As of 2020, she is expected to have a net worth of $50 million. Her net worth includes all of her savings as well as her existing earnings.

What is Bo Derek’s height?

Bo Derek is a beautiful woman who, despite her advanced age, maintains her youthful appearance. Bo Derek has won a lot of hearts all over the world thanks to her amazing acting and charming personality. Her height is 5ft. 3inches (1.60m), and she weighs about 57kg (126 lbs).

She has a slender body physique with measurements of 36-24-34 inches, a dress size of 4 (US), and a shoe size of 6 (US). Her skin is fair, and she has blonde hair and blue eyes.

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