'Gilligan’s Island' star, 84, wows fans with her look in a floral dress

Junie Sihlangu
Aug 17, 2018
11:30 A.M.
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On Tuesday, “Gilligan’s Island” star Tina Louise was seen out and about. The actress still has her natural elegance which had won her many fans all those years back.


She wore a navy blue floral dress with her signature red hair styled down. The actress has retained her figure despite looking older.

On “Gilligan's Island,” Tina Louise, 84, played the role of Ginger Grant in the 1960s show. She was recently seen out in Los Angeles with a male companion.

For her outing, she wore a navy blue floral-patterned midi dress with a low-cut neckline. She paired her summery dress with black leather flat shoes.


For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Her hair was styled down with her fringe ending just above the eye.

On hand, she had a male companion who held her hand as she got up on the curb. Louise’s career started in the theater during the mid-1950s.


In 1958, she had her breakthrough starring in the drama film “God's Little Acre.” She won a Golden Globe in the New Star Of The Year Category for her role.

The actress has appeared in classics like “The Trap,” “The Hangman,” “Day Of The Outlaw,” and “For Those Who Think Young.” However, she was mostly known for her part on “Gilligan's Island.”


There she starred as a sexy bombshell. She appeared in her role for all three seasons of the sitcom but turned down opportunities to reprise the role in 1977 movie “Rescue From Gilligan's Island” or “The Harlem Globetrotters On Gilligan's Island.”

Louise made many guest appearances on television series and made a return to film by starring in “The Wrecking Crew,” “The Happy Ending,” and “The Stepford Wives.”

Her most recent role was in the family drama “Tapestry” which was released in 2017.