Kathleen Freeman

Knowledge Identifier: +Kathleen_Freeman


Kathleen Freeman

American film, television, and stage actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1919.

Country: United States (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Dom DeLuise, Jerry Lewis

Linked to: The Walt Disney Company, University of California, Los Angeles, NBC, Circus




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Kathleen Freeman was born in 1919 add something


She was a founding member, in 1946, of the Circle Players at The Circle Theatre, now known as El Centro Theatre add something


After a stint studying music at UCLA, she went into acting full time, working on the stage, and finally entering films in 1948 add something


Freeman's most notable early role was an uncredited part in the 1952 musical "Singin' in the Rain", as Jean Hagen's articulate diction coach Phoebe Dinsmore add something


In 1954, Freeman played receptionist Miss Seely for lawyer Adam Calhorn Shaw in "Athena" add something


Beginning with the 1955 film "Artists and Models", Freeman became a favorite foil of Jerry Lewis, playing opposite him in 11 films add something


In 1969, Freeman made a guest appearance on "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.", playing Sergeant Carter's mother in the episode "I'm Always Chasing Gomers add something


She costarred in the 1973-74 sitcom "Lotsa Luck", playing Dom DeLuise's mother add something

Kathleen Freeman died in 2001 add something


Weakened by illness, Freeman reluctantly left Broadway's "Full Monty" cast on August 18, 2001 add something