Julie Newmar

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Julie Newmar

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Born: August 16, 1933 (1933-08-16) (age 80)
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Nationality: American
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Body type: Slim
Hair: Brown
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Julie Newmar (born Julia Chalene Newmeyer on August 16, 1933 in Los Angeles as Julia Chalene Newmeyer) is an American actress, dancer and singer. Her most famous role is that of Catwoman in the Batman television series.

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[edit] Early life

Newmar was a "dancer-assassin" in Slaves of Babylon (1953) and the "gilded girl" in Serpent of the Nile (1953), in which she was clad in gold paint. She danced in several other films, including The Band Wagon and Demetrius and the Gladiators, and was a ballerina with the Los Angeles Opera. She also worked as a choreographer and dancer for Universal Studios.

[edit] Career

[edit] Stage and film

Newmar had first appeared on Broadway in 1955 in Silk Stockings which starred Hildegarde Neff and Don Ameche. She also appeared in the 1961 film, The Marriage-Go-Round, which starred James Mason and Susan Hayward. Newmar developed the role of the Swedish vixen and won a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actress.

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

[edit] Television

Newmar's fame stems mainly from her television appearances. Her statuesque form made her a larger than life sex symbol, most often cast as a temptress or amazonian beauty, including an early appearance in sexy maid costume on The Phil Silvers Show. She starred as "Rhoda the Robot" in the TV series My Living Doll (1964–1965), and is known for her recurring role in the 1960s TV series Batman as the Catwoman, the "purrfect" villainess. (Lee Meriwether played Catwoman in the 1966 feature film and Eartha Kitt in the series' final season.) Newmar modified her Catwoman costume—now in the Smithsonian Institution—and placed the belt at the hips instead of the waist to emphasize her hourglass figure.[1]

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[edit] References

  1. Moore, Booth. "Catching up with the original Catwoman, Julie Newmar", 2011-01-24. Retrieved on 2011-01-24.



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