Marilyn Monroe
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Star Trek
Gary Coleman
(Movies & TV)

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Grace Lee Whitney

Knowledge Identifier: +Grace_Lee_Whitney


Grace Lee Whitney

American actress and entertainer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1930.

Countries: United States (80%), California (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Marilyn Monroe, Bewitched, Star Trek




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Grace Lee Whitney was born in 1930 add something


Whitney made more than a hundred television appearances following her television debut in "Cowboy G-Men" in 1953 add something


Following the successful run of the show, she joined the cast in Hollywood, where she recreated the role in the 1954 movie of the same name add something


In the 1960s and 1970s, Whitney sang with a number of orchestras and bands, including the Keith Williams Orchestra add something


In the late 1960s, Whitney appeared as guest star on "Mannix", "Death Valley Days", "The Big Valley", and "The Virginian" add something


In 1962, she appeared in "The Rifleman" in the episode "The Tin Horn" as Rose Keeler add something


Also in 1964, she played the Marilyn Monroe lookalike character Babs Livingston on "Bewitched" in the episode "It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog" add something


In the 1970s, with her then-husband, Jack Dale, she wrote a number of "Star Trek"-related songs add something


Whitney returned to the Star Trek franchise in the 1970s after DeForest Kelley saw Whitney on the unemployment line and told her that fans had been asking for her at fan conventions add something


In 1983, she had a small part in the television film "The Kid with the 200 IQ", with Gary Coleman add something


Whitney moved to Coarsegold, California, in 1993 to be close to her son Jonathan add something


Whitney's autobiography, "The Longest Trek: My Tour of the Galaxy", was released in 1998 add something


"New Voyages" premiered on August 24, 2007, while "Of Gods and Men" made its debut in late 2007 add something

Grace Lee Whitney died in 2015 add something


Whitney died of natural causes at her home in Coarsegold on May 1, 2015, aged 85 add something