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Julie Newmar (born Julia Chalene Newmeyer, August 16, 1933) is an American actress, dancer and singer, known for a variety of stage, screen, and television roles, as well as a writer, lingerie inventor, and real estate mogul. She won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her role as Katrin Sveg in the 1958 Broadway production of The Marriage-Go-Round, and reprised the role in the 1961 film version. In the 1960s, she starred for two seasons as Catwoman in the television series Batman (1966–1967). Her other stage credits include the Ziegfeld Follies in 1956, Lola in Damn Yankees! in 1961, and Irma in Irma la Douce in 1965 in regional productions. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
Jump to: Overview (4) | Mini Bio (1) | Family (4) | Trade Mark (2) | Trivia (26) | Personal Quotes (11) (Source: www.imdb.com Though she earned a Tony for a turn on Broadway in 1961's "The Marriage-Go-Round," actress Julie Newmar's career was largely defined by her recurring role as the slinky Catwoman on the iconic 1960s cult series, "Batman" (ABC, 1966-68). Prior to her appearances in the role, she had been a staple of Hollywood musicals and stage productions, including "Li'l Abner" (1959), but her seductive ...
“Tell me I’m beautiful, it’s nothing. Tell me I’m intellectual, I know it. Tell me I’m funny, and it’s the greatest compliment in the world.” Dancer, actress, model, and popular icon of “sex appeal” as Catwoman in the Batman television series, Julie Newmar (b. Los Angeles, CA, 16 August 1933) would rather have been known as a comedienne. Magnificently “stacked” at 37-23-37, five feet eleven inches tall, with legs well over a yard long in her bare feet, and looking (as she put it herself) “like a racehorse,” she electrified the Broadway stage in a three-minute appearance as Stupefyin’ Jones in Li’l Abner in 1956. But she could act, too, as was demonstrated by the Tony Award® she won three years later for her hilarious performance (Best Featured Actress in a Play) in The Marriage-Go-Round with Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer.
At 86, Julie Newmar, the actress who made Catwoman an icon, has a simple plan for overcoming life’s challenges: “Take everything you have and make it better.” (Source: www.latimes.com)
…role that was shared with Julie Newmar) were among the celebrities who made appearances as Batman’s foes. The show was an immediate hit, spawning an unprecedented wave of Bat-merchandise. The Batman newspaper strip resumed, and a theatrical movie was churned out for the summer of 1966. Late in the series,… (Source: www.britannica.com)