John Anderson (actor)
(Movies & TV)
Susan Hayward
(Movies & TV)
James Mason
(Movies & TV)
Don Ameche
(Movies & TV)
Malcolm Jameson
Albert Salmi
(Movies & TV)

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Julie Newmar

Knowledge Identifier: +Julie_Newmar


Julie Newmar

American actress, dancer and singer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1933.

Countries: United States (65%), United Kingdom (10%), Arizona (10%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Anderson (actor), Susan Hayward, James Mason

Linked to: Harvard University, Los Angeles City College, Playboy, Smithsonian Institution




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Julie Newmar was born in 1933 add something


Malcolm Jameson - His novella "Blind Alley", first published in the June 1943 issue of "Unknown", was the basis for the 1963 "Twilight Zone" episode "Of Late I Think of Cliffordville" starring Albert Salmi, John Anderson, and Julie Newmar


Briefly engaged to novelist Louis L'Amour in the early 1950s, Newmar married J. Holt Smith, a lawyer, on August 5, 1977 and moved with him to Fort Worth, Texas where she lived until her divorce from Smith in 1984 add something


Newmar had first appeared on Broadway in 1955 in "Silk Stockings" which starred Hildegarde Neff and Don Ameche add something


Her three minute Broadway appearance as the leggy "Stupefyin' Jones" in the musical "Li'l Abner" in 1956 led to a reprise in the 1959 film version add something


Tina Louise - In 1957, she and Julie Newmar appeared on Broadway in the hit musical "Li'l Abner"


Eartha Kitt - In the late 1960s, the television series "Batman" featured her as Catwoman after Julie Newmar left the role


She appeared in the 1961 film, "The Marriage-Go-Round", which starred James Mason and Susan Hayward add something


In 1962, Newmar appeared twice as motorcycle-riding, free-spirited heiress Vicki Russell on "Route 66", filmed in Tucson, Arizona, Arizona and in Tennessee add something


Newmar appeared in a pictorial, in the May 1968 issue of "Playboy" magazine, which featured Playmate "Elizabeth Jordan" add something


She featured in many further films including the 1969 production, "Mackenna's Gold" add something


She had guest roles in "Columbo" and "The Bionic Woman" during the 1970s add something


Newmar began investing in Los Angeles real estate in the 1980s add something


She was seen in the music video for George Michael's "Too Funky" in 1992, and appeared as herself in a 1996 episode of "Melrose Place" add something


In 2012 Bluewater Comics did a four issue comic miniseries called The Secret Lives Of Julie Newmar add something


In 2013, she was awarded a Lifetime Achievement award from the Gay and Lesbian Elder Housing organization in Los Angeles add something


Newmar appeared on "The Home and Family Show" in May 2016, where she met "Gotham" actress Camren Bicondova who portrays a younger Selina Kyle add something