Nashville-born Dovie Leona Osborne(b. August 5, 1932), was a piano teacher before her brief tenure in B and C grade movies. Dovie's greatest notoriety, however, would come following her 1968-1970 fling with Phillipine President Ferdinand Marcos. After allegedly audio-recording their sexual trysts in secret, Dovie presented the tapes to the press and divulged the affair. This ignited a scandal which shook that country to its roots for years to come, significantly damaging Marcos' reputation, and marking Dovie as a potential assassination target. Read more... from the public eye. The Beams/Marcos scandal was chronicled in Hermie Rotea's 1983 book "Marcos' Lovey Dovie", though controversy persists concerning the book's factuality.