MY HUSBAND, MY FRIEND THE REAL STEVE McQUEEN – FROM ABANDONED CHILD TO GLITTERING SUPERSTAR TO HAUNTED MAN . . . Now his wife of 15 and a half years, Neile, who rode the dazzling Hollywood roller coaster with him, reveals Steve McQueen no one knew – his good side, his crazy side, his dark side . . .
Neile Adams is a dancer, singer, and actress. In her early career, to ward off being cast exclusively as a “seńorita” or in just plain old Spanish-speaking parts because of her name, her mother suggested using Adams which was her father’s middle name.
TV & Film
Neile Adams appeared in more than twenty TV shows and films between 1956 and 1991 including: “The Pat Boone Show” (1956); “This Could Be The Night” (MGM – 1957); “The Bob Hope Show” (NBC – Variety-Special filmed in Alaska in 1959);
In recent years, Adams has created and presented her own cabaret shows, which have received rave reviews in L.A.( Catalina Jazz Club. Gardenia ) New York (Danny’s, Metropolitan Club), London (Pizza in the Park and The Pleasantry), Paris (Cafe Universal), Chicago and Palm Springs. She has four CD albums.
Neile Adams opened the Tropicana in Las Vegas in 1958 where she performed for six months and starred with talent including Dick Shawn, Vivian Blaine, Betty and Jane Kean, Dorothy Kirsten, Celeste Holm, and Ernie Kovacs and Edie Adams. She also appeared in “CAN CAN” at Union Plaza in Las Vegas for a six-month run.