Tina Louise is an actress, singer, painter, and author famous for her portrayal of Ginger Grant in the 1960s television series ‘Gilligan’s Island.’ Tina started her career as a stage actress during the 1950s. She released her first music album m ‘It’s Time for Tina’ in 1957. In 1958, Tina Louise received her first award for her debut film ‘God’s Little Acre’ at the Golden Globe Awards in the New Star of the Year. She also received the ‘World’s Most Beautiful Redhead’ title in the list published by the National Art Council. Louise published her first book ‘Sunday,’ a memoir of her first eight years of struggle in the entertainment industry, in 1998. Tina Louise is passionately interested in and academic excellence since 1996. She is a teaching volunteer at Learning Leaders, a not-for-profit organization, and donated a significant part of the proceeds from her book ‘When I Grow up’ to promote various literacy programs. Louise’s mother was a fashion model, and she followed her footstep and worked as a fashion model for various mainstream magazines, such as Playboy, Adam Sir! And Modern men. Although she posed as a glamour doll in her modeling career, her role was opposite to her image of a glamour doll in movies.