Who is Robyn Hilton?
Robyn Hilton is a retired American film and television actress and model, possibly best known to the world as Miss Stein in the film “Blazing Saddles” (1974), and as Maid Marian in the film “Malibu Express” (1985), among several other notable roles that she secured during her active career.
What is Robyn Hilton Doing Today?
Since her last on-screen appearance in “Malibu Express”, Robyn has been secluded in privacy and has rarely made public appearances. As a result, there is no reliable information on her activities today, as she also doesn’t use social media platforms.
According to reports, she lives in a small town located in Sonoma County, California, USA. She divorced her second husband, Alan Mihoces in 2009, which drew the attention of the public. According to reports, the divorce was only finalized in 2016.
Robyn Hilton Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Robyn Molyneux was born on 13 July 1944, in Twin Falls, Idaho, USA, the daughter of James Elias Molyneux, an Army veteran, and Erma Jeanne Upp. According to reports, Robyn’s parents were Mormons.
She became interested in acting at an early age, and while attending Jerome High School, she was a member of the drama club. She honed her skills and was taking huge steps forward to becoming an actress ever since then.
After matriculation in 1962, Robyn enrolled at Boise Junior College and then continued her education at Utah State University, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in science and technology in 1966. Despite not studying acting at a university, she practiced her acting skills at a local acting school.
Before she pursued acting, Robyn worked as a weather forecaster in her hometown. She spent there some time before she was noticed by a modeling scout, and was invited to a photo shoot which turned out to be a blast. She signed a deal with a modeling agency, and soon afterwards, her modeling career took off.
However, she kept her forecasting job to make sure she had a steady income before she had a secure modeling deal. Robyn quickly progressed as a model, and in 1974 featured in Playboy Magazine, fully clothed. This was a huge surprise and a big success for Robyn since Playboy magazine is known for nude models, but Robyn was able to break that tradition.
After the initial Playboy feature, she got deals with several other notable magazines, including Sex in the Cinema and Sex Stars, among others.
She infatuated Mitch Orenstein, who started the M.O.R.E. Publication, and the two worked together closely on several projects. However, the company burned to the ground, and her work disappeared in flames.
Acting Career Beginnings
As her popularity increased, Robyn used it to pursue her acting talents. She made a few uncredited appearances in such projects as the comedy mystery-crime film “Cry Uncle” as a Topless Cowgirl in 1971, starring Jackson Beck, Pamela Gruen and Allen Garfield. Then she was Larry’s Secretary in Arthur Marks’s thriller crime-drama film “Bonnie’s Kids”, starring Tiffany Bolling, Steve Sandor, and Robin Mattson in 1972.
The following year, she had a minor role as Blondie in Bikini in the action drama film “Mean Mother”, about two US soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War and became involved in the criminal underworld of Rome, where they reunite and plan to escape to Canada, with Dobie Gray, Dennis Safren and Luciana Paluzzi in the lead roles.
Robyn Molyneux grew up on a farm near Twin Falls, Idaho. She graduated from Jerome High School in 1958. Hilton attended…
Rise to Prominence
In 1974, Robyn secured the role of her career when she was selected as Miss Stein in the Academy Award-nominated western comedy film “Blazing Saddles”, directed by Mel Brooks and written by Brooks, Norman Steinberg, and Andrew Bergman, with Gene Wilder, Cleavon Little, Slim Pickens and Madeline Kahn in the lead roles, which tells the story of an African American Sheriff, appointed to the position by a corrupt politician who wants to ruin a western town. Robyn was the secretary to Governor William J. Lepetomane, played by Brooks himself.
After the eponymous success of “Blazing Saddles”, Robyn continued her career in a successful manner. She was Linda Loveman in the comedy film “Those Mad, Mad Moviemakers”, which starred Michael Pataki and Mike Kellin, and follows two young men who raise money from their family to make a porno movie but say to their families that they are making a religious film; a few problems arise when the porno film becomes a hit.
The same year, Robyn portrayed Inga in the comedy film “Video Vixens”, with Keith Luckett, James Walters and Philip Luther as the main stars, while in 1975, she appeared in the mystery thriller movie “Death Among Friends”, with Kate Reid, John Anderson and A Martinez in the lead roles, about a female homicide detective assigned to solve the murder of an international banker.
To speak further of her accomplishments, Robyn appeared as Karen in the award-winning action comedy-adventure film “Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze”, starring Ron Ely, Paul Gleason, and William Lucking in 1975, while in 1977, she had a one-time appearance as Miss O’Toole in the award-winning TV action crime-drama series “Starsky and Hutch”, with David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser and Antonio Fargas in the lead roles.
After this, Robyn took an hiatus from acting, which lasted until 1987, when she returned as Maid Marian in Andy Sidaris’s comedy crime-mystery film “Malibu Express”, about a womanizing private detective assigned to investigate who is behind the hi-tech computer technology leaks to the Russians, starring Darby Hinton, Sybil Danning and Art Metrano.
Since then, Robyn has been away from show business.
According to sources, Robyn Hilton’s net worth is estimated at $2 million, as of early 2023.
Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children
Robyn Hilton married and divorced two times – he married William Hilton on 24 September 1961 and had three children before they divorced in 1968. According to some reports, her two daughters died in a tragic car crash in Anaheim, Orange County, California, on 7 May 1983.
She married Alan Mihoces on 24 April 1990 and had one child before they divorced in 2016.
Appearance and Body Measurements
Robyn Hilton has blonde hair and blue eyes. She is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall and weighs approximately 130lbs (60kgs). Her vital statistics are 37-25-37, and her bra size is 36C.