Kim Novak

Novak in 1957 Marilyn Pauline "Kim" Novak (born February 13, 1933) is an American retired film and television actress and painter. Her contributions to cinema have been honored with two Golden Globe Awards, an Honorary Golden Bear, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Novak began her career in 1954 after signing a contract with Columbia Pictures, and quickly became one of Hollywood's top box office stars, appearing in ''Picnic'' (1955), ''The Man with the Golden Arm'' (1955), and ''Pal Joey'' (1957). She gained prominence for her performance in Alfred Hitchcock's thriller ''Vertigo'' (1958), which is recognized as one of the greatest films ever made. Other notable films include ''Bell, Book and Candle'' (1958), ''Strangers When We Meet'' (1960), and ''Of Human Bondage'' (1964).

Although at the time still relatively young, Novak withdrew from acting by 1966 and has only sporadically worked in films since. She appeared in ''The Mirror Crack'd'' (1980), and had a regular role on the primetime series ''Falcon Crest'' (1986–1987). After a disappointing experience during the filming of ''Liebestraum'' (1991), she permanently retired from acting, saying she had no desire to return. Provided by Wikipedia
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