Celeste Yarnall, who shared the screen with Elvis in "Live a Little, Love a Little," died Monday, October 8, 2018.
Celeste began her career as a model, spokesperson and actress. She guest starred on numerous television shows, including "Star Trek," "Bonanza," "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.," "It Takes a Thief," "Land of the Giants," "Love American Style" and many more. She also starred in films such as "The Face of Eve," opposite Sir Christopher Lee, "The Velvet Vampire," "Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice" and many more over her 50-year career in entertainment.
She wrote five books on holistic health care for pets. She and her husband produced the award-winning documentary film, "Femme Women Healing the World," executive produced by Sharon Stone and directed by Emmanuel Itier. She was featured as one of the speakers in the film, along with many global female influencers. She was also featured in and producer of the new sci-fi spoof feature, "Unbelievable!!!" which includes more than 30 Star Trek actors.
Celeste shared her memories of Elvis at Elvis Week 2016.