As of March 2015, Ann-Margret is still alive. The actress and singer, born Ann-Margret Olsson, is of Swedish descent, born in Valsjobyn, Sweden on April 28, 1941.
The emigrated with her family to the United States after World War II and began her singing career with assistance by comedian and actor George Burns. Throughout her singing career, Ann-Margret released 15 albums and several singles. She has appeared in several movies, including ""Bye Bye Birdie," "Viva Las Vegas," "Carnal Knowledge" and "Any Given Sunday." She also has a lengthy TV resume, which include appearances on "The Flintstones," "Here's Lucy" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." She has been nominated for several acting and singing awards, and she has been awarded several Golden Globe Awards and an Emmy Award.