Rita Hayworth
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Jack Lemmon
(Movies & TV)
Vertigo (film)
Judy Holliday
(Movies & TV)
Richard Quine
(Movies & TV)
William Holden
(Movies & TV)

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Kim Novak

Knowledge Identifier: +Kim_Novak


Kim Novak

American actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1933.

Countries: United States (70%), United Kingdom (14%), (6%)

Main connections: Rita Hayworth, Jack Lemmon, Vertigo (film)

Linked to: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, CNN, The Oregonian, Filmways




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Kim Novak was born in 1933 add something


Novak has been married to equine veterinarian Robert Malloy since March 12, 1976 add something


Jack Lemmon - Lemmon's film debut was a bit part as a plasterer/painter in the 1949 film The Lady Takes a Sailor but he was not noticed until his official debut opposite Judy Holliday in the 1954 comedy It Should Happen to You. Lemmon worked with many legendary leading ladies, among them Marilyn Monroe, Natalie Wood, Betty Grable, Janet Leigh, Shirley MacLaine, Romy Schneider, Doris Day, Kim Novak, Judy Holliday, Rita Hayworth, June Allyson, Virna Lisi, Ann-Margret, Sophia Loren and many more.


Columbia Pictures - Columbia maintained a long list of contractees well into the 1950s: Glenn Ford, Penny Singleton, William Holden, Judy Holliday, The Three Stooges, Ann Miller, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Doran, Jack Lemmon, Cleo Moore, Barbara Hale, Adele Jergens, Larry Parks, Arthur Lake, Lucille Ball, Kerwin Mathews, and Kim Novak


She began her career in 1954 at age 21, and came to prominence almost immediately with a leading role in the film "Picnic" add something


In 1955, Novak had a supporting role in the highly successful "The Man with the Golden Arm", with Frank Sinatra and Eleanor Parker add something


In 1955, she won the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer-Female add something


Ralph Meeker - "Picnic" became a classic film in 1955, with William Holden and Kim Novak starring in the roles originated by Meeker and Janice Rule


In 1956, she played opposite Tyrone Power in "The Eddy Duchin Story" add something


In 1957, she worked with Sinatra again in the box office hit "Pal Joey", which starred Rita Hayworth add something


Pal Joey (film) - "'Pal Joey"' is a 1957 American Technicolor musical film, loosely adapted from the musical play of the same name, and starring Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra, and Kim Novak


Following the death of Harry Cohn in 1958, Novak remembered nobody was able to handle her a good script add something


The film was poorly received at the time of its release in 1958, but has since been re-evaluated and is widely considered one of the director's best works add something


Bell, Book and Candle - "'Bell, Book and Candle"' is a 1958 American romantic comedy Technicolor film directed by Richard Quine, based on the successful Broadway play by John Van Druten, which stars James Stewart and Kim Novak in their second of four on-screen pairing


In 1960, she co-starred with Kirk Douglas in "Strangers When We Meet", featuring Walter Matthau and Ernie Kovacs add something


In 1962, she reunited with Richard Quine for a mystery-comedy, "The Notorious Landlady", and was paired with Jack Lemmon for a third and final time add something


In 1964, she played a vulgar waitress in a remake of W. Somerset Maugham's drama "Of Human Bondage" add something


Dean Martin - Martin played a satyric variation of his own womanizing persona as Vegas singer "Dino" in Billy Wilder's comedy "Kiss Me, Stupid" with Kim Novak, and he was not above poking fun at his image in films such as the "Matt Helm" spy spoofs of the 1960s, in which he was a co-producer


After a decade in the entertainment industry, Novak withdrew from the public eye in 1965 and appeared in films only sporadically until 1991, when she retired from acting following a tempestuous experience with director Mike Figgis on the set of "Liebestraum", her last film to date add something


It was one of the 13 most popular films in the UK in 1965 add something


Richard Johnson (actor) - Johnson's most famous wife was American actress Kim Novak, with whom he appeared in the 1965 film "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders"; they had no children


The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders - "'The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders"' is a 1965 British historical comedy film directed by Terence Young and starring Kim Novak, Richard Johnson and Angela Lansbury


Three years later, Novak returned to the screen with the 1968 film "The Legend of Lylah Clare", produced and directed by Robert Aldrich and starring Peter Finch and Ernest Borgnine add something


Radie Harris - Actress Coral Browne had portrayed a handicapped gossip columnist named Molly Luther, believed to have been based on Radie Harris, in the 1968 film, "The Legend of Lylah Clare", which starred Kim Novak and Peter Finch


The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders - This was Kim Novak's departure film for three years; she didn't return to the motion picture screen until 1968; when she played three different characters in "The Legend of Lylah Clare"


Michael Brandon - In the early 1970s Brandon was in a relationship with the actress Kim Novak, from 1976 to 1979, Brandon was married to actress Lindsay Wagner


From 1972 to 1974, she dated actor Michael Brandon add something


In 1975, Novak took part in the ABC movie "Satan's Triangle" because she liked the story which dealt in the supernatural add something


Novak has been married to equine veterinarian Robert Malloy since 1976 add something


In 1980, Novak played Lola Brewster in the British mystery-thriller "The Mirror Crack'd", based on the story by Agatha Christie add something


Novak did not appear in any feature films during the remainder of the 1980s add something


In 1995, Novak was ranked 92nd by "Empire Magazine" on a list of the 100 sexiest stars in film history add something


Vertigo (film) - In October 1996, the restored print of "Vertigo" debuted at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco with a live on-stage introduction by Kim Novak, providing the city a chance to celebrate itself


Vertigo (film) - In October 1996, the restored print of "Vertigo" debuted at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco with a live on-stage introduction by surviving cast member Kim Novak, providing the city a chance to celebrate itself


In 1997, Novak won an Honorary Golden Bear at the 47th Berlin International Film Festival add something


On July 24, 2000, her home in Eagle Point, Oregon, was partially damaged by fire add something


In 2005, British fashion designer Alexander McQueen named his first It Bag "The Novak" add something


Novak later told "Hollywood Life" magazine in 2005 add something


In 2006, Novak was injured in a horse riding accident add something


In 2007, Novak told another reporter she would consider returning to the screen "if the right thing came along add something


Novak appeared for a question-and-answer session about her career on July 30, 2010, at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, where the American Cinematheque hosted a tribute to her coinciding with the August 3 DVD release of "The Kim Novak Collection add something


In October 2010, her manager, Sue Cameron, reported that Novak had been diagnosed with breast cancer add something


In the 2012 British Film Institute's "Sight & Sound" critics' poll, "Vertigo" was voted as the best film of all time, displacing Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" from the position it had occupied since 1962 add something


Novak was honored in a handprint and footprint ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in April 2012 add something


Vertigo (film) - "The Testament of Judith Barton", a 2012 novel by Wendy Powers and Robin McLeod, tells the back-story of Kim Novak's character


Novak herself was disappointed by her performance when she watched the film in 2013 add something


In a televised interview with TCM host Robert Osborne that aired on March 6, 2013, Novak broke down in tears while discussing "Liebestraum" add something


Novak was a presenter at the 2014 Academy awards on March 2, 2014 add something


In May 2014, Novak appeared with both of her art mentors, Harley Brown and Richard McKinley, for a solo show of her paintings at the Butler Institute of American Art add something


In 2015, Novak attended the 22nd Febiofest international film festival where she received the Kristián award for her contribution to world cinema add something


Also in 2016, Novak turned down a Lifetime Achievement award from the International Istanbul Film Festival, as she felt "the time does not seem right to venture so close to a land where genocide occurred, and which now exists in mass devastation add something


In 2018, Novak joined in conversation with Larry King for a Q&A session at the Grauman's Egyptian Theatre, in celebration of "Vertigo"'s 60th Anniversary add something