Julie Newmar Biography
Birthday: August 16, 1933 (Leo)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Julie Newmar is an American actress, singer, dancer, lingerie designer, and real-estate tycoon. She gained pop-culture icon status for her portrayal of Catwoman in the original TV series ‘Batman’. She was widely considered as one of the biggest sex-symbols during throughout her career. This was not only for her curves, but also for the sensual and alluring characters she portrayed. Some of Newmar’s best-known movies are ‘The Marriage-Go-Round’, ‘Mackenna's Gold’, ‘Ghosts Can't Do It’, ‘Cyber-C.H.I.C.’, and ‘To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar’. Her accomplishments on TV sometimes outshine her achievements in movies. These include roles in series like ‘Route 66’, ‘My Living Doll’, ‘Star Trek: The Original Series’, ‘Love, American Style’, and ‘According to Jim’. If that wasn’t enough, the accomplished ballerina was a prolific presence on stage as well. ‘Silk Stockings’, ‘Li'l Abner’, ‘Irma La Douce’, and ‘Once There Was a Russian’ are some of her best plays. Julie Newmar has also been a successful designer-entrepreneur, inventing the ‘Nudemar’ pantyhose, shaping pantyhose, and a near-invisible brassiere. She is also a force in the real estate business in Los Angeles.