Richard Benjamin
(Movies & TV)
Richard Long (actor)
(Movies & TV)
Rock Hudson
(Movies & TV)
Cary Grant
(Movies & TV)
Howard Hawks
(Movies & TV)
Hamilton Camp
Connie Francis

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Paula Prentiss

Knowledge Identifier: +Paula_Prentiss


Paula Prentiss

American actress well known for her film roles in Where the Boys Are, Man's Favorite Sport-, The Stepford Wives, What's New Pussycat-, The Black Marble, and The Parallax View and her starring role in the television situation comedy He and She. add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1938.

Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (22%), France (11%)

Main connections: Richard Benjamin, Richard Long (actor), Rock Hudson

Linked to: Northwestern University, University of the Incarnate Word, Houston Chronicle, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer




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Paula Prentiss was born in 1938 add something


Hamilton Camp - His television work includes a small cameo as a messenger boy in the 1953 "Titanic" film, a supporting role on "He & She", a sitcom starring Richard Benjamin and Paula Prentiss, which ran for one season in 1967-68


In 1958, while attending Northwestern University's school of drama, she met her future husband, Richard Benjamin, who impressed her with his sophistication add something


Prentiss first became known as a comedic actress in the early 1960s with such films as "Where the Boys Are", "The Honeymoon Machine", "Bachelor in Paradise", and "The Horizontal Lieutenant" add something


Richard Benjamin - He married actress Paula Prentiss on October 26, 1961; and they have two children


Richard Long (actor) - In 1963, Long was cast in the MGM romantic musical "Follow the Boys", along with costars Connie Francis, Paula Prentiss, and Roger Perry


Howard Hawks - In 1964 Hawks made his final comedy, Man's Favorite Sport?, which starred Rock_Hudson (since Cary Grant felt he was too old for the role) and Paula Prentiss.


In 1965, while filming "What's New, Pussycat" in Paris , Prentiss suffered a nervous breakdown which kept her out of films for five years, returning to work with Benjamin in the short-lived television series, "He and She" add something


Except for brief cameo roles, Prentiss had not appeared in a feature film for more than 30 years until 2016's "I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House", a horror film directed by Oz Perkins that premiered Sept add something