Kim Novak Biography

Kim Novak was an American retired actress and had done many notable roles in her television career. She was born in Chicago Illinois US on February 13. 1933. Her father was a dispatcher at railroad Chicago and her parents were teacher as well. His father was a Czech immigrant and her mother was of Bohemian descent. She attended David Glasgow Farragut High School and won scholarship of Art from Institute of Chicago. Later, she attended teen modeling fashion for local store departments. In her teenage, she worked as a dental assistant and sales clerk. After that, she moved to Los Angeles to continue her struggle for modeling.

Kim started her career from a short role in “The French Line” in 1954 which was her screen test by Columbia Pictures and later her debut in “Push Over” and was loved by many fans. Her films are: Phfft, Son of Sinbad, The Eddy Duchin Story, Kiss me Stupid, Of Human Bondage, Boys Night Out and many others.

Kim was honored by the Hollywood Walk of Fame in her contribution to motion pictures and she was also ranked at 92 in top 100 sexiest stars by Empire Magazine. She also won a Golden Globe Award in 1955 and was honored by Golden Bear “International Film Festival”.

Kim first married to an English Actor Richard Johnson in 1965 and got separated but remained friends later she married to Dr. Robert Malloy on March 1976. They had a ranch where they raised Llamas and horses.

Kim Novak Biography

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Kim Novak Biography