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Miss Palm Springs 1948, at age 15.
Signed by Universal Studios at age 18 with the hope that they could make her their answer to Fox's Marilyn Monroe.
Measurements: 35-23-35 (as a 15 year-old model in 1946), 36-24-35 (in 1955 starlet), 38DD-26-36 (self-described in 1997), Quote: "I don't even want to say double-D, because they're even bigger than that." (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
Was discovered by famed producer Howard Hughes the night she was crowned Miss Palm Springs. He dated her for five years and launched her career by placing her in a few RKO films.
Mamie's film "Untamed Youth" was originally condemned by the Catholic Legion of Decency, but it only served to enhance the curiosity factor and resulting popularity.
Issued out three quickie paperback biographies to juice up her fading popularity: "My Naughty, Naughty Life" (1961); "I Swing" (1965) and "My Wild Love Experiences (1965).
She took her stage name (Mamie) from : "First Lady" Mamie Eisenhower.
Claims to have had an affair with Rock Hudson.
At the age of 16 she won the title "Miss Eight Ball."
Once posed for famous pin-up girl artist Alberto Vargas, the painter of the glamorous "Varga Girls." His painting of Van Doren was on the July 1951 cover of Esquire.
Along with fellow platinum-blonde goddesses Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield, she was known as one of "The Three M's."
Son by second husband Ray Anthony, Perry Anthony. The two are said to have always had a good, mutually supportive relationship.