Shelley has appeared on many spreads for many catalogs from the late '60s to the mid-'70s, just like many Supermodels during that era. She appeared on a spread for the Montgomery Ward Spring & Summer 1977 catalog which featured the latest in nightwear/sleepwear that had "softness with a shimmery glow." She wore the Long Gown made from silky-soft opaque nylon tricot. It was a tent-style night gown gathered at the bateau neckline and had petal sleeves - the neck and sleeves were edged with lace. And Shelley looked fabulous.
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Shelley appeared in the 1990 TV movie Frederick Forsyth Presents: A Casualty of War. She played Monica Browne an American horse breeder (or so she says) who becomes the love interest of retired British secret service agent Tom Rowse (played by David Threlfall). The film is about the efforts of the British Intelligence to uncover an arms smuggling operation in Europe. The telefilm was shot in England, Germany and Yugoslavia.
Shelley appeared in a spread called "Make it Ruffled, Make it Quilted, Make it Smocked, But Make it Print!" which appeared on the pages of Family Circle magazine in February of 1978 as part of the mag's Moneysaver Coupons Promo. If readers wanted to sew the clothes she modeled, they could get a 15% discount on printed fabrics and matching trims with the coupon provided by the magazine. Several fabric stores spread throughout the US participated in the promo. In one pic, Shelley modeled a floral-print quilted blazer bound in bright red trim. She wore it with a khaki round-collared blouse (with a ribbon around the collar), a matching bright red skirt and khaki wedge sandals; and she looked sensational.
Shelley appeared in the pilot episode of the Steven Spielberg produced TV series SeaQuest DSV in 1993. In the episode "To Be or Not to Be", she played Captain Marilyn Stark - the original and trigger-happy captain of SeaQuest Deep Submergence Vehicle (DSV) who was relieved of duty for disobeying orders. Nathan Bridger (played by Roy Scheider), the designer of SeaQuest, was recruited to replace Stark; but during his first voyage aboard the vessel, Stark embarked on a revenge mission to destroy vessel.
Shelley appeared on covers for French Elle magazine during her modeling days. Elle is a worldwide lifestyle mag for women that features the latest fashion, health and beauty trends and advise, as well as entertainment trivia. In May of 1973, she appeared on the cover and pages of the stylish mag for young misses that originated in France. On the issue, she wore fun and up-to-the minute fashions for those summer days in the city. For a peek at her cover:
Shelley appeared on the pages of the the Simplicity Home Catalog Spring Thru Summer 1972 issue. In the spread called "For Spring: The New Two-Piece Things," she wore a floral suit-style dress - perfect for that spring season. It was Simplicity pattern no. 9890, a two-piece outfit. The top had a low V-shaped neckline, set-in long sleeves, front button closing. It had contrasting "dog ear" shaped collars and contrasting cuffs. The pleated mini-skirt had an elastic waistband and a side opening. Matching heeled strappy footwear with ankle straps finished her look. A gold butterfly pendant necklace and a gold hairpin accessorized her look. Her short skirt definitely bared one of her best assets, her legs. Not only were they long, they were slender, delicate and, oh, so feminine and sexy. Shelley looked alluring.