Nancy Cameron (born March 15, 1954 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American model and actress.She was chosen as Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for the January 1974 issue, Playboy's 20th anniversary issue.The two-story stucco tract house with its tiny yard is indistinguishable from its neighbor. The husband has a steady job, and when he goes off to work every day he often leaves his wife puttering in their small garden.The only people who would consider the house remarkable are those who recognize the woman as Patty Hearst.(The book never materialized.) Until last February 1, one year after she obtained her freedom, Patty had to check in with the chief federal probation officer in San Francisco each month. Hearst considers her restrictions—she needs court permission to travel outside the state—”silly.” But she readily adheres to them because if she didn’t, “I could be sitting in prison,” she grimaces, “with Emily Harris.” (Harris, one of the “Symbionese” leaders, is now in a California state prison serving a 10-years-to-life sentence for kidnapping.) Last year Hearst worked briefly as a dog trainer, teaching beagles how to sniff out termites.
Francine Parks (born January 30, 1951 in Mobile, Alabama) is an American model.
Jeane Manson, born Jean Manson, (born October 1, 1950 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American model, singer and actress.
She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for the August 1974 issue. Performing under the name Jeane Manson, she became a recording artist in Europe, hosted television specials in France and had a regular role on the long-running primetime soap Riviera.
And Bernie gently reminds his wife, “You had nightmares for a while when you first came out.” “Out” is for out of prison.
Earlier this month Hearst’s lawyer, George Martinez, appealed the bank robbery conviction that sent Hearst to jail in 1976 and prompted debate over whether she had been “brainwashed” by her captors into committing crimes.