Alana Hamilton Stewart (//; born May 18, 1945) is an American actress, author, producer, and former model. She has also used her maiden name, Alana Collins, and her names from her first marriage, Alana Collins-Hamilton and Alana Hamilton, professionally.
Alana Kaye Collins
May 18, 1945
|Other names||Alana Collins-Hamilton, Alana Hamilton|
|Occupation||Actress, model, producer, author|
(m. 1972; div. 1975)
(m. 1979; div. 1984)
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Agency||Storm Models, London|
Born Alana Kaye Collins in San Diego, she grew up in Nacogdoches, Texas, and Houston, before heading to New York to become a model. She claimed to have grown up in poverty. Collins signed with Ford Models and traveled to Los Angeles for many television and commercial appearances.
In the early 1970s, she began an acting career. Her first role was a bit part in the biographical film Evel Knievel which starred her then-husband, George Hamilton. She later appeared in small roles in television shows such as The Bionic Woman and Fantasy Island.
Alana is an outspoken Trump supporter, having voted for him in 2016 and 2020. Unlike most of her colleagues in Hollywood, she opposes restrictions on gun ownership, aside from "stringent background checks". Post-divorce, she has lived alone and keeps her gun on her bedside table.
Alana was a signatory of the bipartisan letter calling for Walmart to allow sales of the DVD and Blu-Ray discs of the 2019 political documentary No Safe Spaces. After Fox News called the 2020 presidential election in Arizona for Joe Biden, she was among the list of conservatives who ceased supporting the news channel and switched to Newsmax.
In the early 1990s, Stewart discovered she had the Epstein-Barr virus after having suffered from symptoms caused by the virus for two decades. In 1994, she began speaking out about her illness and revealed that she removed her breast implants because she felt they contributed to her illness.
Alana was a close friend of Farrah Fawcett, who died in 2009 after a long battle with cancer, and she is the current President/CEO of the Farah Fawcett Foundation. Her 2009 New York Times best seller My Journey with Farrah: A Story of Life, Love, and Friendship is dedicated to her journey with Fawcett.
In 2012, she published a book titled Rearview Mirror: A Memoir, detailing her upbringing, early career as a model, her marriages and subsequent divorces, and the deaths of her mother and Fawcett.
|1971||Evel Knievel||Nurse #1|
|1972||Night Call Nurses||Janis|
|1975||Funny Lady||Girl with Nick|
|1984||Where the Boys Are '84||Maggie|
|1984||Swing Shift||Frankie Parker|
|1989||Small Sacrifices||Neighbor Woman|
|1997||Meet Wally Sparks||Alana Stewart|
|1998||Mom, Can I Keep Her?||Eva Blair||Direct-to-video|
|1999||Wasted in Babylon||Lily|
|2002||Camel Toe the Movie||Killer|
|2002||Naked Movie||The Wife|
|2017||The Fabulous Allan Carr||Herself||Documentary|
|1977||The Love Boat||Mrs. Stanfield||Episode: "Julie's Old Flame/The Jinx/The Identical Problem"|
|1977||The Bionic Woman||Carol||Episode: "Over the Hill Spy"|
|1978||Fantasy Island||Nikki||Episode: "Bet a Million/Mr. Irresistible"|
|1982||Hart to Hart||Claire Austen||Episode: "Blue and Broken-Harted"|
|1984||Masquerade||Christine||Episode: "The French Correction"|
|1985||The Fall Guy||Barbara Hackett||Episode: "I Love Paris"|
|1986||The Love Boat||Miss Enty||Episode: "The Art Lover/Couples/Made for Each Other"|
|1995–96||George & Alana||Herself||180 episodes|
|2003||I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!||Herself||10 episodes (2nd celebrity to leave)|
|2009||Farrah's Story||Herself||TV documentary|
|2012||DeVanity||Claudia Muller||Episode: "Other People's Bodies"|
|2015||Stewarts & Hamiltons||Herself||8 episodes|
- "Author". Alana Stewart. 2019-05-21. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- Mallorie, Carole (2012-09-14). "A Look at Alana Stewart's 'Rearview Mirror'". TheWrap. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- Jerome, Jim (1979-02-05). "'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?'". People. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
- Schindehette, Susan (1995-11-16). "Ex Marks the Spot". People. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
- "George Hamilton Biography (1939-)". filmreference.com. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
- Susman, Gary (2003-01-15). "Welcome to the Jungle". ew.com. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
- Tourtellotte, Bob (2009-07-16). "Emmy nod bittersweet for maker of "Farrah's Story"". Reuters. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "DeVanity: Season 2, Episode 7 "Other People's Bodies"". devanity.com. Archived from the original on 2015-09-22. Retrieved 2013-02-17.
- Fortini, Amanda (2014-04-25). "Marianne Williamson is Campaigning for a Miracle". ELLE. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "Alana Stewart talks about if Donald Trump will damage media freedom of press while shopping in Bever". The Paparazzi Gamer via YouTube. 2017-09-13.
- Nolan, Emma (2020-11-04). "Conservatives turn against Fox News over election coverage, change channel to Newsmax". Newsweek. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- McKay, Hollie (2014-12-20). "Alana Stewart: Hollywood honchos 'hypocritical' when it comes to guns | Fox News". Fox News. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- Bond, Paul (2020-06-23). "Conservative, liberal celebs urge Walmart to allow sale of free speech film". Newsweek. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "Stewart to be father again at 60". CNN.com. 2005-06-01. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
- Armstrong, Lois; Cunneff, Tom; Johnson, Kristina; Ramsay, Carolyn; Sanderson, Jane; Matsumoto, Nancy (1995-01-23). "I Married a Wanted Man". People. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
- "Alana Stewart bounces back from Epstein-Barr". USA Today. 2001-07-31. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
- "Farrah Fawcett being remembered at LA funeral". Deseret News. Associated Press. 2009-06-30. Retrieved 2021-02-21.
- "Farrah Fawcett Foundation - Board of Directors". thefarahfawcettfoundation.org. Retrieved 30 March 2018.
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