Sandra Dee, born Alexandra Zuck, was an American actress and teen idol who gained fame in the late 1950s and early 1960s. She was born on April 23, 1942, in Bayonne, New Jersey, USA. Sandra Dee’s sweet and innocent persona made her a popular figure among young audiences and propelled her to stardom during her teen years. Dee’s acting career took off when she was just a teenager. In 1957, at the age of 15, she signed a contract with Universal Pictures and made her film debut in “Until They Sail” (1957). Her breakthrough role came a year later when she starred as Gidget in the film “Gidget” (1959), based on the popular novel by Frederick Kohner. The film’s success solidified her status as a teen idol. Throughout the 1960s, Sandra Dee continued to star in a series of popular teen-oriented films, including “A Summer Place” (1959), “Imitation of Life”…