Living a glamorous débutante's life in Washington, D.
She also landed minor roles in a couple of movies such as Looking for Love, The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant, Some Call It Loving, and the 1967 Elvis Presley movie, Easy Come, Easy Go.
Her mother, Ivy Baker Priest, was a renowned government official and served as United States Treasurer under the Dwight D.
Pat Priest continues to live her life out of the spotlight and reportedly runs with her sister in the town of Boise.
National Treasurer Even if Pat Priest did not make it in Hollywood, she would never have lacked anything, given her illustrious background.
She also was California's Treasurer while Ronald Reagan was Governor from 1966-1974.
Stagestruck, she moved to Los Angeles and pursued commercials, modeling and community theater work.
Priest graduated in 1954 from Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia.