In 1965, Sally handled her most memorable job as Frances "Gidget" Lawrence, a So-Cal surfer young lady, in the sitcom Gidget. Albeit the show just endured one season, it was viewed as progressive for including lead female characters on TV.
That was likewise the time of Sally's initially featuring job in a film. Remain Hungry, which likewise included Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jeff Scaffolds, was a cheerful film about a jock who will not sell his rec center.
Smokey and the Bandit burst onto the scene in 1977 and turned into a moment exemplary. Sally's co-star Burt Reynolds by and by called her to offer the job of Carrie (or "Frog," as she was called by the Criminal).
Smokey and the Bandit didn't simply prompt a set of three of movies, however to a connection among Sally and Burt too. The two started dating in 1977 and kept an on-and-off relationship for a long time.