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Oscar-winning actress Judy Holliday (Tuvim) was born in New York on this date in 1921. In her short career (she died of cancer at 43). After filming The Solid Gold Cadillac (1956), she was off-screen for four years. Her last film was the MGM production of Bells Are Ringing (1960) with Dean. A heavy smoker, Holliday died of throat cancer in 1965 at the age of 43. Read more. Highest rated movies.

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By MARK KENNEDY, AP Entertainment Writer

NEW YORK — Stephen Sondheim, the songwriter who reshaped the American musical theater in the second half of the 20th century with his intelligent, intricately rhymed lyrics, his use of evocative melodies and his willingness to tackle unusual subjects, has died. He was 91.

Sondheim's death was announced by Rick Miramontez, president of DKC/O&M. Sondheim's Texas-based attorney, Rick Pappas, told The New York Times the composer died Friday at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut.

Sondheim influenced several generations of theater songwriters, particularly with such landmark musicals as “Company,” “Follies” and “Sweeney Todd,” which are considered among his best work. His most famous ballad, “Send in the Clowns,” has been recorded hundreds of times, including by Frank Sinatra and Judy Collins.

The artist refused to repeat himself, finding inspiration for his shows in such diverse subjects as an Ingmar Bergman movie (“A Little Night Music”), the opening of Japan to the West (“Pacific Overtures”), French painter Georges Seurat (“Sunday in the Park With George”), Grimm’s fairy tales (“Into the Woods”) and even the killers of American presidents (“Assassins”), among others.

Tributes quickly flooded social media as performers and writers alike saluted a giant of the theater. “We shall be singing your songs forever,” wrote Lea Salonga. Aaron Tveit wrote: "We are so lucky to have what you’ve given the world.”

“The theater has lost one of its greatest geniuses and the world has lost one of its greatest and most original writers. Sadly, there is now a giant in the sky," producer Cameron Mackintosh wrote in tribute. Music supervisor, arranger and orchestrator Alex Lacamoire tweeted: “For those of us who love new musical theater: we live in a world that Sondheim built.”

Six of Sondheim’s musicals won Tony Awards for best score, and he also received a Pulitzer Prize (“Sunday in the Park”), an Academy Award (for the song “Sooner or Later” from the film “Dick Tracy”), five Olivier Awards and the Presidential Medal of Honor. In 2008, he received a Tony Award for lifetime achievement.

Sondheim’s music and lyrics gave his shows a dark, dramatic edge, whereas before him, the dominant tone of musicals was frothy and comic. He was sometimes criticized as a composer of unhummable songs, a badge that didn’t bother Sondheim. Frank Sinatra, who had a hit with Sondheim’s “Send in the Clowns,” once complained: “He could make me a lot happier if he’d write more songs for saloon singers like me.”

To theater fans, Sondheim’s sophistication and brilliance made him an icon. A Broadway theater was named after him. A New York magazine cover asked “Is Sondheim God?” The Guardian newspaper once offered this question: “Is Stephen Sondheim the Shakespeare of musical theatre?”

A supreme wordsmith — and an avid player of word games — Sondheim’s joy of language shone through. “The opposite of left is right/The opposite of right is wrong/So anyone who’s left is wrong, right?” he wrote in “Anyone Can Whistle.” In “Company,” he penned the lines: “Good things get better/Bad gets worse/Wait — I think I meant that in reverse.”

He offered the three principles necessary for a songwriter in his first volume of collected lyrics — Content Dictates Form, Less Is More, and God Is in the Details. All these truisms, he wrote, were “in the service of Clarity, without which nothing else matters.” Together they led to stunning lines like: “It’s a very short road from the pinch and the punch to the paunch and the pouch and the pension.”

Taught by no less a genius than Oscar Hammerstein, Sondheim pushed the musical into a darker, richer and more intellectual place. “If you think of a theater lyric as a short story, as I do, then every line has the weight of a paragraph,” he wrote in his 2010 book, “Finishing the Hat,” the first volume of his collection of lyrics and comments.

Early in his career, Sondheim wrote the lyrics for two shows considered to be classics of the American stage, “West Side Story” (1957) and “Gypsy” (1959). “West Side Story,” with music by Leonard Bernstein, transplanted Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” to the streets and gangs of modern-day New York. “Gypsy,” with music by Jule Styne, told the backstage story of the ultimate stage mother and the daughter who grew up to be Gypsy Rose Lee.

It was not until 1962 that Sondheim wrote both music and lyrics for a Broadway show, and it turned out to be a smash — the bawdy “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” starring Zero Mostel as a wily slave in ancient Rome yearning to be free.

Yet his next show, “Anyone Can Whistle” (1964), flopped, running only nine performances but achieving cult status after its cast recording was released. Sondheim’s 1965 lyric collaboration with composer Richard Rodgers — “Do I Hear a Waltz?” — also turned out to be problematic. The musical, based on the play “The Time of the Cuckoo,” ran for six months but was an unhappy experience for both men, who did not get along.

It was “Company,” which opened on Broadway in April 1970, that cemented Sondheim’s reputation. The episodic adventures of a bachelor (played by Dean Jones) with an inability to commit to a relationship was hailed as capturing the obsessive nature of striving, self-centered New Yorkers. The show, produced and directed by Hal Prince, won Sondheim his first Tony for best score. “The Ladies Who Lunch” became a standard for Elaine Stritch.

The following year, Sondheim wrote the score for “Follies,” a look at the shattered hopes and disappointed dreams of women who had appeared in lavish Ziegfeld-style revues. The music and lyrics paid homage to great composers of the past such as Jerome Kern, Cole Porter and the Gershwins.

In 1973, “A Little Night Music,” starring Glynis Johns and Len Cariou, opened. Based on Bergman’s “Smiles of a Summer Night,” this rueful romance of middle-age lovers contains the song “Send in the Clowns,” which gained popularity outside the show. A revival in 2009 starred Angela Lansbury and Catherine Zeta-Jones was nominated for a best revival Tony.

“Pacific Overtures,” with a book by John Weidman, followed in 1976. The musical, also produced and directed by Prince, was not a financial success, but it demonstrated Sondheim’s commitment to offbeat material, filtering its tale of the westernization of Japan through a hybrid American-Kabuki style.

In 1979, Sondheim and Prince collaborated on what many believe to be Sondheim’s masterpiece, the bloody yet often darkly funny “Sweeney Todd.” An ambitious work, it starred Cariou in the title role as a murderous barber whose customers end up in meat pies baked by Todd’s willing accomplice, played by Angela Lansbury.

The Sondheim-Prince partnership collapsed two years later, after “Merrily We Roll Along,” a musical that traced a friendship backward from its characters’ compromised middle age to their idealistic youth. The show, based on a play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, only ran two weeks on Broadway. But again, as with “Anyone Can Whistle,” its original cast recording helped “Merrily We Roll Along” to become a favorite among musical-theater buffs.

“Sunday in the Park,” written with James Lapine, may be Sondheim’s most personal show. A tale of uncompromising artistic creation, it told the story of artist Georges Seurat, played by Mandy Patinkin. The painter submerges everything in his life, including his relationship with his model (Bernadette Peters), for his art.) It was most recently revived on Broadway in 2017 with Jake Gyllenhaal.)

Three years after “Sunday” debuted, Sondheim collaborated again with Lapine, this time on the fairy-tale musical “Into the Woods.” The show starred Peters as a glamorous witch and dealt primarily with the turbulent relationships between parents and children, using such famous fairy-tale characters as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel. It was most recently revived in the summer of 2012 in Central Park by The Public Theater.

“Assassins” opened off-Broadway in 1991 farmers bank and trust netteller login it looked at the men and women who wanted to kill presidents, from John Wilkes Booth to John Hinckley. The show received mostly negative reviews in its original incarnation, but many of those critics reversed themselves 13 years later when the show was done on Broadway and won a Tony for best musical revival.

“Passion” was another severe look at obsession, this time a desperate woman, played by Donna Murphy, in love with a handsome soldier. Despite winning the best-musical Tony in 1994, the show barely managed a six-month run.

A new version of “The Frogs,” with additional songs by Sondheim and a revised book by Nathan Lane (who also starred in the production), played Lincoln Center during the summer of 2004. The show, based on the Aristophanes comedy, originally had been done 20 years earlier in the Yale University swimming pool.

One of his more troubled shows was “Road Show,” which reunited Sondheim and Weidman and spent years being worked on. This tale of the Mizner brothers, whose get-rich schemes in the early part of the 20th century finally made it to the Public Theater in 2008 after going through several different titles, directors and casts.

He had been working on a new musical with “Venus in Fur” playwright David Ives, who called his collaborator a genius. “Not only are his musicals brilliant, but I can’t think of another theater person who has so chronicled a whole age so eloquently,” Ives said in 2013. “He is the spirit of the age in a certain way.”

Sondheim was born March 22, 1930, into a wealthy family, the only son of dress manufacturer Herbert Sondheim and Helen Fox Sondheim. At 10, his parents divorced and Sondheim’s mother bought a house in Doylestown, Pa., where one of their Bucks County neighbors was lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II, whose son, James, was Sondheim’s roommate at boarding school. It was Oscar Hammerstein who became the young man’s professional mentor and a good friend.

He had a solitary childhood, one that involved verbal abuse from his chilly mother. He received a letter in his 40s from her telling him that she regretted giving birth to him. He continued to support her financially and to see her occasionally but didn’t attend her funeral.

Sondheim attended Williams College in Massachusetts, where he majored in music. After graduation, he received a two-year fellowship to study with avant-garde composer Milton Babbitt.

One of Sondheim’s first jobs was writing scripts for the television when did judy holliday die “Topper,” which ran for two years (1953-1955). At the same time, Sondheim wrote his first musical, “Saturday Night,” the story of a group of young people in Brooklyn in 1920s. It was to have opened on Broadway in 1955, but its producer died just as the musical was about to go into production, and the show was scrapped. “Saturday Night” finally made it to London's Bridewell Theatre in 1997 and in New York off-Broadway in 2000.

Sondheim wrote infrequently for the movies. He collaborated with actor Anthony Perkins on the script for the 1973 murder mystery “The Last of Sheila,” and besides his work on “Dick Tracy” (1990), wrote scores for such movies as Alain Resnais’ “Stavisky” (1974) and Warren Beatty’s “Reds” (1981).

Over the years, there have been many Broadway revivals of Sondheim shows, especially “Gypsy,” which had reincarnations starring Angela Lansbury (1974), Tyne Daly (1989) and Peters (2003). But there also were productions of “A Funny Thing,” one with Phil Silvers in 1972 and another starring Nathan Lane in 1996; “Into the Woods” with Vanessa Williams in 2002; and even of Sondheim’s less successful shows such as “Assassins” and “Pacific Overtures,” both in 2004. “Sweeney Todd” has been produced in opera houses around the world. A reimagined “West Side Story” opened on Broadway in 2020 and this year an off-Broadway “Assassins” opened off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company and a scrambled “Company” opened on Broadway with the gender of the protagonist switched. A film version of “West Side Story” is to open this December directed by Steven Spielberg.

Sondheim’s songs have been used extensively in revues, the best-known being “Side by Side by Sondheim” (1976) on Broadway and “Putting It Together,” off-Broadway with Julie Andrews in 1992 and on Broadway with Carol Burnett in 1999. The New York Philharmonic put on a star-studded “Company” in 2011 with Neil Patrick Harris and Stephen Colbert. Tunes from his musicals have lately popped up everywhere from “Marriage Story” to “The Morning Show.”

An HBO documentary directed by Lapine, “Six by Sondheim,” aired in 2013 and revealed that he liked to compose lying down and sometimes enjoyed a cocktail to loosen up as he wrote. He even revealed that he really only fell in love after reaching 60, first with the dramatist Peter Jones and then in his last years with Jeff Romley.

“Every so often someone comes along that fundamentally shifts an entire art form. Stephen Sondheim was one of those. As millions mourn his passing I also want to express my gratitude for all he has given to me and so many more," singer and actor Hugh Jackman wrote via Twitter.

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Judy Holliday

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Judy Holliday in The Jewish Chronicle - June 11 1965

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". Congresses as a steadfast supporter of Weizmann and regu-larly visited Palestine, where he was concerned with a number ofpublic companies, and after his retirement he made his home inJerusalem. JUDY H0LLIDAY Judy Holliday, the film actress,who died in New York on Monday, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Abraham Tuvim, who emigrated to the U.S.A. from Russia. Her fatherwas well known in the American ."
Publication place: London, England, United Kingdom
Publication date: June 11 1965
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Judy Holliday in Youngstown Vindicator - June 7 1965

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Judy Holliday in The Spokesman-Review - June 8 1965

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". Inst 13.215 killed or captured in May compared with 3.120 in April, Ihe spokesman said. The number nf weapons Inst ln government troops fell from in April to 830 in May. lyi s -u.- JUDY HOLLIDAY Succumbs to Caneer Death Takes Stage Star at Age of 41 WHEN DID YOU START MAVING TROUBLE, ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO PERHAPS A UTTLE LONGER BUT fT WAS PRECEDED BY A ST ATTACK 1 HAD MY VISON/ iil I WAS IN AFRICA ."
Publication place: Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USA
Publication date: June 8 1965
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Judy Holliday in The Pittsburgh Press - June 9 1965

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". while in Europe f overheard Yankee tourists exclaim at viewing some historic structure, sueli as the Notre Dame Cathedral "why It's just like I saw il ln the movies." Judy ln 'Dream Giri' Here Death of Judy Holliday to me Ihe only time I ever met her. although 1 hnd seen her on stage and screen. Judy lied conie from New York to take oser llie title role in Elmer Rice's hit, "Dream GhT f al Bill ."
Publication place: Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA, USA
Publication date: June 9 1965
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JUDY HOLLIDAY was born on month day 1886, to Elisha H. Holliday and Harriet Holliday (born Godsey).
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27. BORN YESTERDAY, 1950

A timely classic comedy featuring one of Hollywood's iconic performances

Born Yesterday

“Born Yesterday” is one of cinema’s finest character-driven comedies. It’s the story of a millionaire junkman and his “dumb” blonde fiancee whom he wants to smarten up a bit with the help of a hired journalist. The premise alone is a recipe for laughs. Add the flawless direction by George Cukor and the talents of three Academy Award winning actors (one of whom won for this film), and you have the makings of a true classic. “Born Yesterday” was nominated for five Oscars, including Best Picture. This film appears in many “Top Comedy Films of All Time” lists, and is ranked at #24 on AFI's "The 100 Funniest American Movies Of All Time" list.

Born Yesterday

This hilariously entertaining variation of “Pygmalion" can be watched solely for its fun or just to behold the iconic performance by the astonishing Judy Holliday. In fact, the first zillion times I watched this film I'd be so mesmerized by Holliday, I never fully realize this film has something rather profound to say. “Born Yesterday” is a statement about how the power of knowledge can overcome tyranny. It makes a case that the world is only as good as the people who live in it, and if they aren’t informed it becomes a dangerous place to live. It is told through the evolution of “Billie Dawn”, a woman who we watch blossom from ignorance to understanding. The setting is a hotel suite in Washington D.C., and the film beautifully features many landmarks such as The Jefferson Memorial, The Capitol, The Library of Congress, and more, as she goes on her journey. Washington DC is an apt location, as the film candidly talks about the decaying of American ideals and values, and how power and wealth are distractions from a happy life. When I only focused on Holliday's iconic performance, I used to think the film got a tiny bit heavy-handed with its “Americana”, but came to realize that's where the point of the film lay. And watching it this time, it has become quite a relevant film. An essential film to watch, especially with the impending US presidential elections!

Born Yesterday
George Cukor

George Cukor directed "Born Yesterday", and true to his nickname as a “woman’s director” (a term he hated) he led Judy Holliday to the film’s only Oscar win - a Best Actress Academy Award. I’ve mentioned Cukor several times in this blog, including “Gone with the Wind”, and the “Wizard of Oz”posts, and most predominantly in The Philadelphia Story”. You can read more about him in each of those posts. His direction here is superb. The camera always appears in just the right spot, making way for the three spectacular performances to emerge. For his direction, Cukor earned one of his five career Best Director Oscar nominations.

Judy Holliday

Judy Holliday stars as “Billie Dawn”, the beautiful, brassy former chorus girl with mink coats, who is more at home chatting with the domestic help than with high society. At one point, putting on her best social skills, “Billie" asks a senator's wife "You want to wash your hands or anything, honey?". As she learns about the world and politics, she discovers her own personal tyranny, and the journey is laugh-out-loud funny, heartbreaking, and touchingly real. One reason this film is essential viewing is to behold Holliday's performance. The voice and mannerisms she bestows on“Billie” are perfectly sublime. From the very first word she utters, her voice uproariously tells us everything about her character. And her movements alone expresses a gamut of emotions from pride to joy to love. Cukor said in an interview how well Holliday inhabited the role, and pointed out how form the way Holliday dances (for a few seconds), you can tell “Billie" is a B-rate chorus girl. Holliday is enormously gifted with such refined and understated comedic timing that she makes you laugh even when not speaking. And she never loses her gentle vulnerability while shifting seamlessly back and forth between comedy and drama. Notice how differently she behaves and looks at the unscrupulous “Harry” versus her refined and caring mentor, “Paul”. Holliday really creates a fully complete person. This not-to-be-missed performance is one of film history’s greatest, and it won her a Best Actress Academy Award (her only nomination or win). Holliday’s win was one of Oscar’s most unexpected, as she was competing against two other iconic performances: Gloria Swanson in “Sunset Boulevard” and Bette Davis in “All About Eve” (the first film on this blog). Not bad for her first starring role! Judy Holliday began her career as a nightclub singer. Her first film role was in the 1944 film “Winged Victory”. In 1946 she became a sensation in the Broadway version of “Born Yesterday”. When the film version came about, Holliday was not in the running to reprise her role, as Columbia Studio chief Harry Cohn would not consider casting an unknown. Legend has it that Cukor, along with Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, orchestrated a small but important part for Holliday in their classic film “Adam’s Rib” in order to help her get the part in “Born Yesterday”. It worked, and the rest is history. Shortly after the film, which was during the McCarthy Era (which I talk about more in the “High Noon” post), Holliday’s name appeared on a communist list and she had to appear before HUAC. Following advice, while testifying she played the dumb blonde part of “Billie Dawn” and got away without naming names. No evidence was found of her being a communist or threat to the US, and she was not blacklisted. In real life she was no dumb blonde as she was intellectual, well read, and known for having an IQ of 172. She would continue to appear on Broadway, including starring in the 1956 musical "Bells Are Ringing” for which she won a Tony Award, reprising her role in the film version in 1960 opposite Dean Martin. It would be her last film. She only appeared in nine films and is phenomenal in every single one. When did judy holliday die of her other notable films not mentioned include "The Solid Gold Cadillac", "The Marrying Kind", and one of my favorites, "It Should Happen to You". She was married and divorced once. Sadly, Judy Holliday died in 1965 at the age of 43 from breast cancer.

Broderick Crawford

Broderick Crawford is fantastic as “Harry Brock”, the uncaring, larger than life, "untouchable" loud mouth bully. While also not refined, but with street smarts, he provides the perfect contrast to “Billie’s” innocence, and he and Holliday expertly play off each other. Their banter is irresistibly priceless, and at times deeply heartbreaking. He can be gruff and humorous, or frighteningly mean. Perhaps it was typecasting since he won a Best Actor Academy Award playing a similar type of man the previous year in “All the King’s Men”, and would often play fast-talking villains and tough guys in his long career. Broderick Crawford was the son of two actors, his mother being Helen Broderick, the fabulous comic actress you saw in film #10 on this blog, “Top Hat”. He began on Broadway, and then appeared in films beginning in 1937. He worked continuously in supporting and lead roles mostly in “B” films such as "Island of Lost Men", "The Black Cat”, "Black Angel", "Beau Geste", and "Seven Sinners”. His big break came in 1949 with his Oscar winning role in "All the King's Men” when did judy holliday die only win or nomination), which was also that year's Best Picture Oscar winner. After that film he appeared in more “A” list films, the most memorable being “Born Yesterday”, as well as "Lone Star", "Last of the Comanches", "Human Desire”, "A Little Romance”, and as the lead in Federico Fellini’s 1955 film “Il bidone” (an overlooked treasure). He appeared in well over 100 films and TV shows, working mostly in television (which he preferred to film). His most notable TV credit was the lead in the 1950s TV series, “Highway Patrol”. His very last appearance was on an episode of the TV show "Simon & Simon" in 1982. He was married three times. Broderick Crawford died in 1986 at the age of 74.

William Holden

William Holden stars as “Paul Verrall”, the journalist who's going to educate “Billie”. Because of his two imposing co-stars, it is easy to overlook Holden’s performance, which is unfortunate as he brings an underplayed brilliance to the part. You genuinely believe he wants to better “Billie”, and the world. Holden grounds the comedy by adding reality, both in his portrayal and through the words of his character. William Holden was a major Hollywood star - one of the biggies. In a career that spanned forty years, he was known for his good looks, million dollar smile, charm, and a slightly amused cynical humor. He was voted number 25 of the men on the American Film Institute’s list of the "50 Greatest American Screen Legends”. He played many romantic leads, and is also remembered for his performances in war films. “Born Yesterday” came at the beginning of the most significant period of his career, as he would become one of the top box office stars of the 1950s. In 1939 William Holden starred in just his third film, "Golden Boy", opposite Barbara Stanwyck, which put him on the map. He worked steadily through the 1940s, taking a slight break while enlisted in the US Army Air Force during WWII. His next big break came just before “Born Yesterday”, also in 1950, with the Billy Wilder classic, “Sunset Boulevard”, which gave Holden his first of three Best Actor Oscar nominations. Combine the success of “Sunset Boulevard” with “Born Yesterday”, and the classic 1953 film “Stalag 17” (also directed by Wilder) which won Holden a Best Actor Academy Award, and voila - a movie star is born. Holden appeared in over 70 films in his career including many classics such as "The Bridge on the River Kwai", "Sabrina", "The Wild Bunch", “Picnic", "Casino Royale", "Our Town", "The Towering Inferno", "The Country Girl", and his final film "S.O.B." in 1981. He was married once for over thirty years, but was separated for most of it. He had several known relationships with actresses Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Capucine, and Stefanie Powers whom he was with the last nine years of his life. Towards the end of his life he was involved in wildlife conservation. He had an infamous drinking problem which got worse in the 1960s, and subsequently he made less films and his screen persona slightly changed. No more boyish romantic leads, he found himself playing more hard-nosed, straight shooter roles, though always maintaining his likability. A highlight in his later career was with the classic film “Network” in 1976, for which he received his third and final Best Actor Oscar nomination. William Holden's alcoholism eventually lead to his own death in desert financial credit union atm withdrawal limit at the age of 63, after falling while intoxicated, hitting his head on a table and bleeding to death. A very sad ending for someone who contributed so much. He left behind an impressive legacy of films and performances.

“Born Yesterday” was remade in 1993 starring Melanie Griffith, Don Johnson and John Goodman.

Born Yesterday

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Born Yesterday

The gin rummy scene in “Born Yesterday” is famous itself, and with good reason. The scene contains almost no dialogue and still is completely captivating. Who ever thought watching two people playing cards could ever be so mesmerizing?!

Judy Holliday

One of cinema's most famous lines is delivered in "Born Yesterday". It's when "Billie" says, "Would ya do me a favor, Harry? Drop dead". It was so unexpected, and Holliday's delivery was so spot on, that fans would sometimes ask her to say it when seeing her in person!

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Actress Judy Holliday Loses Fight With Cancer

NEW YORK (UPl)—Judy Holliday, the intellectually brilliant actress who won an Academy Award playing dumb blondes, died early today in her sleep at Mt. Sinai Hospital after a five-year battle against cancer. She would have been 44 on June 21. Miss Holliday underwent cancer surgery in 1960 but the disease was recurrent. Her attorney, Arnold Krakower, said she "put up a gallant fight to live to the very' end.” The actress, whose real name was Judith Tuvin, entered Mt. Sinai May 26 when her case was believed to be terminal. A hospital spokesman said she died quietly in her sleep at 5 a.m. EDT. She is survived by a son, Jonathan, by her only husband. David Oppenheim. They were divorced. Miss Holliday was a precocious New York high school graduate with an I.Q. of 170

when she set her sights on a stage career. She got a job as a backstage switchboard operator with Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater, a job she later portrayed so hilariously in "Bells Are Kinging” on Broadway. Her warm anti witty personality caught the attention of Betty Com d e n and Adolf Green when they formed a group of young hopefuls into a nightclub show entitled "The Revuers.” The group also made films.

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In fact, she was born in 1921 and was 43 when she died. One saw a ghost of a boy of about 10 dressed in a Buster Brown suit, a style of the early 1900s. When the Academy Award for best actress was announced on March 29, 1951, however, the Oscar went to young comedian Judy Holliday, for her performance as Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday.Holliday had created the Billie Dawn role on Broadway in 1946. He was 37. Judy Holliday, an actress whose professional career was all comedy and whose later private life was all tragedy, introduced the word “couth” to the English language. Holliday made her Broadway debut on March 20, 1945 at the Belasco Theatre in Kiss Them for Me and was one of the recipients that year of the Clarence Derwent Award.[11]. Spouse(s) David Oppenheim (m. 1948; div. Former Mater Dei and Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan dies at 37. [7] Five years prior to her death, she was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6901 Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. in 1963.-Drew Born, Tuesday, June 26, 1951 in Bogalusa, LA to Owen Sharp and Martha Sharp. Her mother, a piano teacher, was attending a play when she went into labor and made it to the hospital just in time. At 4 Judy was taking ballet lessons, and upon graduation from high school she studied at Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater. Judy P. Holliday 09/29/1954 - 12/10/2018 DANVILLE, GA- Judy Payne Holliday, 64, passed away on December 10, 2018 after a long battle with Alzheimer's dementia. She died of This is a list that does not pretend to be complete, it includes movie stars, entertainers and celebrities who were smokers and died of causes directly related to smoking, some of them were really young… Bill Hicks, 32, Comedian * Pancreatic Cancer Lorraine Hansberry, 34, Writer Lung Cancer Bob Marley, 36, Reggae singer * Lung… New York Post, 11 December 1956. Judy was an only child. In 1952 she appeared before the Senate internal security subcommittee, denying she was a Communist or ever had been one. Born June 21, 1921, she was the daughter of Abraham and Helen Tuvim. Born Judith Tuvim in New York City, the only child of Russian Jewish immigrants, she graduated from high school in 1938, first in her class, and proceeded to a job as a telephone operator at Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre. She had a son, Jonathan who was born on November 10, 1952. [27] She was interred in the Westchester Hills Cemetery in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Pierre S. du Pont IV, who broke with the family chemical business to run for president, dies. After appearing in a few films, she was released from her contract. When Holliday became ill and had to leave the show, it closed in Philadelphia without opening on Broadway. Judy Holliday died of breast cancer in New York City on June 7, 1965 at the age of 43, three weeks before her 44th birthday. [26], In 1948 Holliday married clarinetist David Oppenheim, who was later a classical music and television producer and academic. You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times. Jean Arthur, picked for the part became sick three days before the show opened in Philadelphia. Judy Holliday, whose portrayal of a junk dealer's doxy in "Born Yesterday" created a new kind of beautiful-but-dumb blonde, died of cancer yesterday. They hired three men to repaint walls and re-varnish woodwork. Although her life was cut tragically short by cancer, actress/singer Judy Holliday managed significant accomplishments in a career that lasted 25 years and included both Academy and Tony Awards. "Judy Holliday Faces Surgery", The New York Times, October 12, 1960, p. 44, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence in Radio and TV, Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Jussi Award Diploma of Merit for Best Foreign Actress, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, "Abe Tuvim; Zionist Official. One of the oldest living actors, Lloyd’s career spanned 70 years on film, theater, radio and television. On the 50th anniversary of Judy Holliday’s death June 7, 1965, we look back on some of the best movies featuring the Academy Award winning actress. [6][8], Holliday died on June 7, 1965 at Manhattan's Mount Sinai Hospital from throat cancer. The couple had one child, Jonathan, before they divorced in 1958. Judy Holliday starred with Broderick Crawford and William Holden in “Born Yesterday.”. She was 43. Actress. “Born Yesterday,” was her first major role and she got it in the classical manner. Although its scene was cut, Holliday was an unbilled extra in another scene. The other members of the group were Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Alvin Hammer, John Frank, and Esther Cohen. American actress, comedian and singer – Judy Holliday was born in New York City (largest city when did judy holliday die the United States) on June 21st, 1921 and died in New York City (largest city in the United States) on June 7th, 1965 at the age of 43. But I'm not ashamed of myself, because I didn't name names. Holliday was advised to play dumb, as in her film portrayal of Billie Dawn, and she did – often to comedic effect. Search Obituaries & Guest Books on Legacy.com, Honor a loved one, place an obituary notice, Pervis Staples, of gospel and soul group the Staple Singers, dies at 85, After gaining fame in the 1960s with music that urged social change, the Staple Singers had their first No. Lloyd Price, ‘50s R&B star of ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ and ‘Stagger Lee’ fame, dies at 88. Charles Grodin, activist, author and actor who made grouchiness cool, dead at 86, Appeared opposite Robert De Niro in “Midnight Run.”, Damon Weaver, kid reporter who interviewed Obama at the White House, dies at 23, The 11-year-old asked the president to be his “homeboy”. She filed for a divorce in 1957 and divorced him on March 1, 1958. During the 1940s Holliday lived and loved with a policewoman, and Darwin Porter's biography of Katherine Hepburn claims that Hepburn had an affair with Holliday. In 1946, she returned to Broadway as the scatterbrained Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday. 1958) Children Jonathan Oppenheim. Holliday began her career as part of a night-club act, before working in Broadway plays and musicals. She received rave reviews for her performance in Born Yesterday on Broadway, and Cohn offered her the chance to repeat her role for the film version,[7] but only after she did a screen test (which at first was used only as a "benchmark against which to evaluate" other actresses being considered for the role). "[17] The investigation "did not reveal positive evidence of any membership in the Communist Party" and was concluded after three months, unlike many others tainted by the anti-Communist investigation. In 1948 Holliday married clarinetist David Oppenheim, who was later a classical music and television producer and academic. Colt Brennan, a star quarterback at the University of Hawaii who played high school football at Santa Ana Mater Dei, died early Tuesday, his father said. "The Post Presents the Judy Holliday Story." She beat out Bette Davis' "All About Eve" role for the Oscar that year. (both 1954). Stephen R. Duncan, "Judy Holliday, the Red Scare, and the (Miss-) Uses of Hollywood's Dumb Blonde Image." Holliday recorded two studio albums (not including her film and Broadway soundtracks) during her lifetime. His father, David Oppenheim, was a clarinetist who became a dean at NYU and the primary "architect" of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. [4][5] She grew up in Sunnyside, Queens, New York, and graduated from Julia Richman High School in Manhattan. The show was directed by José Quintero with background music by Elmer Bernstein and produced by Alan Pakula. Elsewhere,’ dies at 106. She began her career as part of a nightclub act before working in Broadway plays and musicals. A musty odor accompanied the apparition. The group disbanded in early 1944. In 1956, she starred on Broadway in Bells Are Ringing. Today Judy Holliday would be 99 years old. Judy Holliday, original name Judith Tuvim, (born June 21, 1921, New York, New York, U.S.—died June 7, 1965, New York City), American actress noted for her distinctive voice and her warm, intelligent portrayal of funny and endearing “dumb blondes” onstage and in film. After having beaten the disease a few years earlier, Holliday died from a recurrence of breast cancer on June 7, 1965, two weeks before her 44th birthday. She starred opposite then-newcomer Jack Lemmon in his first two feature films, the comedies It Should Happen to You and Phffft! She found it difficult to perform on stage in smoke-filled rooms while patrons over-imbibed, heckled and fought with each other, but deemed entertainers successful if they persevered in such atmospheres.[10]. That much I preserved. Judy Holliday's last television appearance on "Whats my line?" In 1957, she won the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical. Judy Holliday (born Judith Tuvim, June 21, 1921 – June 7, 1965) was an American actress, comedienne and … [20] In November 1956, Holliday returned to Broadway starring in the musical Bells Are Ringing with book and lyrics by her Revuers friends, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and directed by Jerome Robbins.

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[26], In 1948 Holliday married clarinetist David Oppenheim, who was later a classical music and television producer and academic. Fame came slowly. He was 37. [22], Returning to her film career after a gap of several years, she starred in the film version of Bells Are Ringing (1960), her last film.[23]. Lloyd Price, ‘50s R&B star of ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ and ‘Stagger Lee’ fame, dies at 88. After night club dates at Spivy’s Roof and the Blue Angel, both in New York, and at the Trocadero in Hollywood, she won small parts in two motion pictures – “Winged Victory” and “Something for the Boys.”, On Broadway, she had appeared in “Kiss Them for Me” before doing “Born Yesterday.”. In her first film role, Holliday played an airman's wife in Twentieth Century Fox’s version of the U.S. Army Air Forces' play Winged Victory (1944). She was interred in the Westchester Hills Cemetery in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. His father, David Oppenheim, was a clarinetist who became a dean at NYU and the primary "architect" of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. [6][9][12] In his book Tracy and Hepburn (1971), Kanin mentions that when Columbia bought the rights to the film Born Yesterday, studio boss Harry Cohn would not consider casting the Hollywood-unknown. Sure, use my name’.”, From the Archives: ‘Tomboy’ Carole Lombard Earned $2,000,000, From the Archives: Screen Idol Douglas Fairbanks Jr. [21] Of her performance in the stage musical Brooks Atkinson wrote in The New York Times; Nothing has happened to the shrill little moll whom the town loved in Born Yesterday. Charles Grodin, activist, author and actor who made grouchiness cool, dead at 86, Appeared opposite Robert De Niro in “Midnight Run.”, Damon Weaver, kid reporter who interviewed Obama at the White House, dies at 23, The 11-year-old asked the president to be his “homeboy”. Achievements Judy Garland died from an accidental “incautious self-overdosage” of the sleeping tablets she had taken since she was a child actress, a coroner said in London yesterday. In 1946, she returned to Broadway as the scatterbrained Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday. Judy Holliday accepted a contract with 20th Century-Fox in 1944. 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And somewhere on that list is Judy Holliday, who died in 1965, at the age of 43, a victim of breast cancer. While Miss Holliday was a tall (5 foot 7) girl with a high IQ (172), she made Billie Dawn appear small and stupid. "Judy Holliday Faces Surgery", The New York Times, October 12, 1960, p. 44, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence in Radio and TV, Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Jussi Award Diploma of Merit for Best Foreign Actress, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, "Abe Tuvim; Zionist Official. She received rave reviews for her performance in Born Yesterday on Broadway, and Cohn offered her the chance to repeat her role for the film version,[7] but only after she did a screen test (which at first was used only as a "benchmark against which to evaluate" other actresses being considered for the role). Judy Holliday. Spencer Silver, inventor of the ubiquitous Post-it Note, dies at 80. Born in New York as Judith Tuvim on 21 June 1921 she was a very bright child and as a young woman showed a talent for script and lyric writing. Silver was working in a 3M company lab in 1968 when he found a unique adhesive formula. She was known for her performance on Broadway in the musical Bells Are Ringing, winning a Tony Award for When did judy holliday die Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical and reprising her role in the 1960 film adaptation. The Revuers filmed a scene for the 1944 Carmen Miranda film Greenwich Village. New Jack, known for his hardcore style, dies at 58 from a heart attack. She had a long-term relationship with jazz musician Gerry Mulligan. June 4 th, 2015. [6][7], Holliday began her show business career in 1938 as part of a nightclub act called The Revuers. Her first job was as an assistant switchboard operator at the Mercury Theatre, which was administered by Orson Welles and John Houseman. On the 50th anniversary of Judy Holliday’s death June 7, 1965, we look back on some of the best movies featuring the Academy Award winning actress. When Holliday became ill and had to leave the show, it closed in Philadelphia without opening on Broadway. Judy Holliday's last television appearance on "Whats my line?" This is a list that does not pretend to be complete, it includes movie stars, entertainers and celebrities who were smokers and died of causes directly related to smoking, some of them were really young… Bill Hicks, 32, Comedian * Pancreatic Cancer Lorraine Hansberry, 34, Writer Lung Cancer Bob Marley, 36, Reggae singer * Lung… in Laura Mattoon D'Amor, ed. Her mother, a piano teacher, was attending a play when she went into labor and made it to the hospital just in time. She died of breast cancer, but this was not considered 'acceptable' at the time, so … She died of That much I preserved. Stephen R. Duncan, "Judy Holliday, the Red Scare, and the (Miss-) Uses of Hollywood's Dumb Blonde Image." They hired three men to repaint walls and re-varnish woodwork. Her best known film, Born Yesterday (1950), was entered into the National Film Registry in 2012, and I got a lot of complaints when I mentioned that I did not agree with the selection. She had lent her name and made contributions to leftist causes. Elsewhere,’ dies at 106. She was 43. Judy Holliday (1921-1965) Judy Holliday was an American actress who died from cancer at a tragically young age but who achieved major movie stardom, winning the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1951 for her performance in 'Born Yesterday', as well as achieving great respect and popularity as a performer on stage, radio and television. During the run of her biggest hit she was married to musician David Oppenheim on Jan. 4, 1948. In 1952 she appeared before the Senate internal security subcommittee, denying she was a Communist or ever had been one. Judy Holliday, whose portrayal of a junk dealer's doxy in "Born Yesterday" created a new kind of beautiful-but-dumb blonde, died of cancer yesterday. Her father served as the executive director of the foundation for the Jewish National Fund of America (1951–1958). Dies at 90, From the Archives: Death Calls To John Gilbert, Screen Star, From the Archives: Billy Wilder, 95; Director, writer and producer won six Oscars and peers’ envy, From the Archives: Broderick Crawford, Oscar Winner in 1949, Dies at 74. Raised in one of the nation’s wealthiest families, Du Pont dedicated his life to politics. In fact, she was born in 1921 and was 43 when she died. From 1946–'49 she played Billie Dawn in the play Born Yesterday, after which she starred in the film version. The couple had one child, Jonathan, before they divorced in 1958. 1 hit in 1972 with ‘I’ll Take You There.’, Norman Lloyd, a Hitchcock villain who later saved lives on ‘St. Film historian Bernard Dick summed up Holliday's acting: "Perhaps the most important aspect of the Judy Holliday persona, both in variations of Billie Dawn and in her roles as housewife, is her vulnerability.her ability to shift her mood quickly from comic to serious is one of her greatest technical gifts. She was 42 years old. When the Academy Award for best actress was announced on March 29, 1951, however, the Oscar went to young comedian Judy Holliday, for her performance as Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday.Holliday had created the Billie Dawn role on Broadway in 1946. 1958) Children Jonathan Oppenheim. Judy Sharp Holliday Judy Sharp Holliday, age 64 of Covington, LA died on Tuesday, August 25, 2015, at St. Tammany Parish Hospital. The show was directed by José Quintero with background music by Elmer Bernstein and produced by Alan Pakula. Judy Holliday died 50 years ago at the age of 43. by phayward. With Judy Tuvim’s career burgeoning, she adopted a new name, Judy Holliday (tuvim is the Hebrew word for holiday). She starred in the film version of The Solid Gold Cadillac, which was released in August 1956. After having beaten the disease a few years earlier, Holliday died from a recurrence of breast cancer on June 7, 1965, two weeks before her 44th birthday. Arnold R. Krakower, her attorney, who announced the death, said “To the very end she put up a gallant fight to live. Died June 7, 1965 (aged 43) New York City, U.S. In 1957, she won the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical. After appearing in a few films, she was released from her contract. Occupation Actress. Years active 1938–63. Search Obituaries & Guest Books on Legacy.com, Honor a loved one, place an obituary notice, Pervis Staples, of gospel and soul group the Staple Singers, dies at 85, After gaining fame in the 1960s with music that urged social change, the Staple Singers had their first No. She married David Oppenheim, a musician, on January 5, 1948. She found it difficult to perform on stage in smoke-filled rooms while patrons over-imbibed, heckled and fought with each other, but deemed entertainers successful if they persevered in such atmospheres.[10]. She had a son, Jonathan who was born on November 10, 1952. June 6, 2016: The original version of this obituary, published June 8, 1965, erred in stating that Judy Holliday was born in 1923 and was 41 when she died. Judy Holliday starred with Broderick Crawford and William Holden in “Born Yesterday.”. "The Post Presents the Judy Holliday Story." Holliday in her dressing room, Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, 1959. She was 43. [6][8], Holliday when did judy holliday die on June 7, 1965 at Manhattan's Mount Sinai Hospital from throat cancer. She said then: “I have awakened to a realization that I have been irresponsible and slightly — more than slightly – stupid. Judy Holliday (born Judith Tuvim, June 21, 1921 – June 7, 1965) was an American actress, comedienne and … [6][9] Holliday remembered her years in the Revuers as unpleasant, saying she was initially a bad actress and so shy that she vomited between shows. You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times. Judy When did judy holliday die. Holliday 09/29/1954 - 12/10/2018 DANVILLE, GA- Judy Payne Holliday, 64, passed away on December 10, 2018 after a long battle with Alzheimer's dementia. The next year, she was subpoenaed by Senator Pat McCarran's Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, which was investigating subversion and Communist activity in the entertainment industry. Kanin then selected Holliday, two decades Arthur's junior, as her replacement.
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Andréa Burns and Mark Lotito in Smart Blonde.

The fabulous Judy Holliday may have bid adieu to Broadway lights and public adoration in 1965, two weeks before her 44th birthday, but the glow of her memory still burns brightly as ever. A new play with music has just opened in New York, celebrating her sad life and dazzling career, and aptly entitled Smart Blonde. It is something of a disappointment, never rising to the equal heights of the star’s titanic accomplishments on stage and film, but radiant in a career-making central performance by a terrific newcomer named Andréa Burns. Keep an eye on this girl. She is going places.

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Sorry to say, reducing the complexities of an unconventional life to 90 minutes without an intermission requires skills that are beyond the reach of writer Willy Holtzman. The result is a patchwork quilt of events that hit the highlights without developing them. To make matters worse, in support of Burns, a multitude of famous and colorful characters from Broadway and Hollywood are played by three actors with varying degrees of moderate talent, directed by Peter Flynn in an attempt to avoid a look of traffic gridlock that can only be described as occasionally successful. The icon that was Holliday deserves a more stunning tribute than this.

Still, the show is not without its moments—almost all of them when Burns takes center stage and showers the audience with a smile as wide as Trump’s wall and a singing voice as supple and captivating as a musical high-wire act. She doesn’t really look like Holliday, but by the end 90 minutes, she somehow channels the legend back to life before your eyes. It’s a command performance in every way.

Set in a recording studio shortly before her death, the narrative leap frogs back and forth in time through a series of flashbacks. Born Judith Tuvim (the name in Hebrew means “holiday”), she was the daughter of Russian-Jewish communists and intellectuals who were the antithesis of show business comedy. Her earliest New York appearances in 1938 were downtown in a Greenwich Village jazz club called the Vanguard as part of a comedy act called The Revuers that included her fellow politically bent pals Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Green’s roommate, Leonard Bernstein, at the piano. They ran for ten years.

Holliday moved uptown to make her first big Broadway splash as the dumb-as-a-fox, smart-as-a-whip showgirl Billie Dawn in Garson Kanin’s Born Yesterday, repeating the role in the 1950 movie that won her an Academy Award over Bette Davis in All About Eve and Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard. The play touches on how, in the same year she won her Oscar, she was accused of being a communist and was subpoenaed to testify before Congress where she was one of the few show-biz celebrities who not only refused to name names but was completely exonerated with her skyrocketing career intact.

Throughout that career, she moved from triumph to tragedy, typecast as the dumb blondes she hated in movies, turning her back on the theater, and marrying musician David Oppenheim. But when she did return to Broadway in Bells Are Ringing, tailored for her talents by her friends Comden and Green, she won a Tony award. Her last film was the MGM musical version, directed by Vincente Minnelli, in 1960.

She was in the middle of realizing her life-long dream in a straight dramatic role in Laurette, a pre-Broadway play about Laurette Taylor, when her battle with breast cancer recurred and the show closed in Philadelphia. At the end of her life, she lived with the late jazz musician Gerry Mulligan, who introduced her to serious drugs to relieve her pain, but Smart Blonde avoids the more depressing aspects of her experience in an attempt to keep the pace light and breezy.

The facts that illustrate the diverse ways she continually slaved to pick up the pieces and put her career back together are assembled like items pulled from a briefcase and enhanced by musical numbers—oddly without one show-stopper from the score of Bells Are Ringing. It’s nice to hear Burns sing Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, Harry Warren and Dorothy Fields, but how do you explain nothing by Comden, Green or Jule Styne, who helped to make Holliday famous?

The trio of performers playing a cast of hundreds (Mark Lotito, Andrea Bianchi, Jonathan Spivey) work hard to keep the movement going, but it’s annoying and difficult to keep up with who they are and to what purpose they drop in and out of sequence. The one who plays skirt-chasing Darryl F. Zanuck, head of 20th Century Fox Pictures, one minute, is also a vulgar Harry Cohn, head of Columbia Pictures, the next.

It’s often too sketchy to follow, but never too difficult to concentrate on the voluminous gifts of Burns. In her curly blonde Judy Holliday wig and nasal Born Yesterday accent, she runs the gamut of joy and emotional turbulence—funny, defiant, vulnerable and heartbreaking at the same time. She also sings like a dream. Smart Blonde is a sluggish, highly uneven work in progress, but still worth seeing if you want to discover a dynamic talent on her way to stardom.

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Judy Holliday (Judith Tuvim) was born on 21 June, 1921 in New York City, New York, USA, is an actress,soundtrack. At 44 years old, Judy Holliday height is 5 ft 6 in (170.0 cm).

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Popular AsJudith Tuvim
Occupationactress,soundtrack
Age44 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born21 June 1921
Birthday21 June
BirthplaceNew York City, New York, USA
Date of death7 June, 1965
Died PlaceNew York City, New York, USA
NationalityUSA

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Her son became a documentary film editor before passing away in 2020.

In 2006 her performance as Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday (1950) was ranked #96 on "Premiere Magazine"'s 100 Greatest Performances of All Time.

Profiled in book "Funny Ladies" by Stephen Silverman. [1999]

Biography in: "Who's Who in Comedy" by Ronald L. Smith, pg. 217-218. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387

Following her divorce, she became involved with jazz musician Gerry Mulligan. After learning she had breast cancer, she stopped filming and began writing songs with him. He wrote the music and she wrote the lyrics. Some of these songs appear on the album "Holliday With Mulligan", which they recorded together in 1961. It was not released until 1980, 15 years after Holliday's death.

Her last film was the MGM production of Bells Are Ringing (1960) with Dean Martin and it was one of her best.

Won Broadway's 1957 Tony Award as best actress in a musical for Bells Are Ringing, a role that she recreated in the film version of Bells Are Ringing (1960).

After filming The Solid Gold Cadillac (1956), she was off-screen for four years.

Was originally cast as Ruth Sherwood in My Sister Eileen (1955) but due to contract disputes she was replaced by Betty Garrett.

Returned to work six months after giving birth to her son Jonathan Oppenheim to begin filming It Should Happen to You (1954).

After filming The Marrying Kind (1952), Judy was summoned before the Un-American Activities Committee to testify about her political affiliations. Fortunately for her, she was not blacklisted as were many of her counterparts, but damage was done. Her film career was curtailed somewhat, but rebounded. She continued with her stage and musical efforts, but with limited time on the screen.

Was the 35th actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Actress Oscar for Born Yesterday (1950) at The 23rd Academy Awards on March 29, 1951.

With her success in that role, Judy was signed to play Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday (1950), a role which she originated on Broadway. She was nominated for and won the best actress Oscar for her performance.

She returned to Hollywood after five years to appear in Adam's Rib (1949) as Doris Attinger opposite screen greats Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy and Tom Ewell.

She went to Hollywood to make her first foray into the film world in Greenwich Village (1944). Most of her scenes ended up on the cutting room floor.

Disappointed, but not discouraged, Judy earned two more roles that year in Something for the Boys (1944) and Winged Victory (1944). In the latter, Judy had a few lines of dialogue. Judy returned to New York to continue her stage career.

Until the age of six she lived at 251 E. 108th Street in Manhattan, New York. After her parents divorced she and her mother moved to 39-45 44th Street in Sunnyside, Queens, New York.

Judy Holliday was born Judith Tuvim in New York City on June 21, 1921. Her mother, a piano teacher, was attending a play when she went into labor and made it to the hospital just in time. Judy was an only child. By the age of four, her mother had her enrolled in ballet school which fostered a life-long interest in show business. Two years later her parents divorced. In high school, Judy began to develop an interest in theater. She appeared in several high school plays. After graduation, she got a job in the Orson Welles Mercury Theater as a switchboard operator. Judy worked her way on the stage with appearance in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D. C. and New York City. Judy toured on the nightclub circuit with a group called "The Revuers" founded by Betty Comden and Adolph Green.

An only child, she was the daughter of Abraham (1893-1958), born in New York, and Helen (née Gollomb) Tuvim (1885-1973), born in Russia. She was the paternal granddaughter of Russian immigrants David (1865-1937) and Sarah (née Abramowitz) Tuvim (1870-1952) and the maternal granddaughter of Julius (1860-1903) and Rose (née Brass) Gollomb (1864-1947), also born in Russia. She was the niece of writer Joseph Gollomb.

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[26], In 1948 Holliday married clarinetist David Oppenheim, who was later a classical music and television producer and academic. Fame came slowly. He was 37. [22], Returning to her film career after a gap of several years, she starred in the film version of Bells Are Ringing (1960), her last film.[23]. Lloyd Price, ‘50s R&B star of ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ and ‘Stagger Lee’ fame, dies at 88. After night club dates at Spivy’s Roof and the Blue Angel, both in New York, and at the Trocadero in Hollywood, she won small parts in two motion pictures – “Winged Victory” and “Something for the Boys.”, On Broadway, she had appeared in “Kiss Them for Me” before doing “Born Yesterday.”. In her first film role, Holliday played an airman's wife in Twentieth Century Fox’s version of the U.S. Army Air Forces' play Winged Victory (1944). She was interred in the Westchester Hills Cemetery in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. His father, David Oppenheim, was a clarinetist who became a dean at NYU and the primary "architect" of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. [6][9][12] In his book Tracy and Hepburn (1971), Kanin mentions that when Columbia bought the rights to the film Born Yesterday, studio boss Harry Cohn would not consider casting the Hollywood-unknown. Sure, use my name’.”, From the Archives: ‘Tomboy’ Carole Lombard Earned $2,000,000, From the Archives: Screen Idol Douglas Fairbanks Jr. [21] Of her performance in the stage musical Brooks Atkinson wrote in The New York Times; Nothing has happened to the shrill little moll whom the town loved in Born Yesterday. Charles Grodin, activist, author and actor who made grouchiness cool, dead at 86, Appeared opposite Robert De Niro in “Midnight Run.”, Damon Weaver, kid reporter who interviewed Obama at the White House, dies at 23, The 11-year-old asked the president to be his “homeboy”. Achievements Judy Garland died from an accidental “incautious self-overdosage” of the sleeping tablets she had taken since she was a child actress, a coroner said in London yesterday. In 1946, she returned to Broadway as the scatterbrained Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday. Judy Holliday accepted a contract with 20th Century-Fox in 1944. 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And somewhere on that list is Judy Holliday, who died in 1965, at the age of 43, a victim of breast cancer. While Miss Holliday was a tall (5 foot 7) girl with a high IQ (172), she made Billie Dawn appear small and stupid. "Judy Holliday Faces Surgery", The New York Times, October 12, 1960, p. 44, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence in Radio and TV, Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Jussi Award Diploma of Merit for Best Foreign Actress, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, "Abe Tuvim; Zionist Official,. She received rave reviews for her performance in Born Yesterday on Broadway, and Cohn offered her the chance to repeat her role for the film version,[7] but only after she did a screen test (which at first was used only as a "benchmark against which to evaluate" other actresses being considered for the role). Judy Holliday. Spencer Silver, inventor of the ubiquitous Post-it Note, dies at 80. Born in New York as Judith Tuvim on 21 June 1921 she was a very bright child and as a young woman showed a talent for script and lyric writing. Silver was working in a 3M company lab in 1968 when he found a unique adhesive formula. She was known for her performance on Broadway in the musical Bells Are Ringing, winning a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical and reprising her role in the 1960 film adaptation. The Revuers filmed a scene for the 1944 Carmen Miranda film Greenwich Village. New Jack, known for his hardcore style, dies at 58 from a heart attack. She had a long-term relationship with jazz musician Gerry Mulligan. June 4 th, 2015. [6][7], Holliday began her show business career in 1938 as part of a nightclub act called The Revuers. Her first job was as an assistant switchboard operator at the Mercury Theatre, which was administered by Orson Welles and John Houseman. On the 50th anniversary of Judy Holliday’s death June 7, 1965, we look back on some of the best movies featuring the Academy Award winning actress. When Holliday became ill and had to leave the show, it closed in Philadelphia without opening on Broadway. Judy Holliday's last television appearance on "Whats my line?" This is a list that does not pretend to be complete, it includes movie stars, entertainers and celebrities who were smokers and died of causes directly related to smoking, some of them were really young… Bill Hicks, 32, Comedian * Pancreatic Cancer Lorraine Hansberry, 34, Writer Lung Cancer Bob Marley, 36, Reggae singer * Lung… in Laura Mattoon D'Amor, ed. Her mother, a piano teacher, was attending a play when she went into labor and made it to the hospital just in time. She died of breast cancer, but this was not considered 'acceptable' at the time, so … She died of That much I preserved. Stephen R. Duncan, "Judy Holliday, the Red Scare, and the (Miss-) Uses of Hollywood's Dumb Blonde Image." They hired three men to repaint walls and re-varnish woodwork. Her best known film, Born Yesterday (1950), was entered into the National Film Registry in 2012, and I got a lot of complaints when I mentioned that I did not agree with the selection. She had lent her name and made contributions to leftist causes. Elsewhere,’ dies at 106. She was 43. Judy Holliday (1921-1965) Judy Holliday was an American actress who died from cancer at a tragically young age but who achieved major movie stardom, winning the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1951 for her performance in 'Born Yesterday', as well as achieving great respect and popularity as a performer on stage, radio and television. During the run of her biggest hit she was married to musician David Oppenheim on Jan. 4, 1948. In 1952 she appeared before the Senate internal security subcommittee, denying she was a Communist or ever had been one. Judy Holliday, whose portrayal of a junk dealer's doxy in "Born Yesterday" created a new kind of beautiful-but-dumb blonde, died of cancer yesterday. Her father served as the executive director of the foundation for the Jewish National Fund of America (1951–1958). Dies at 90, From the Archives: Death Calls To John Gilbert, Screen Star, From the Archives: Billy Wilder, 95; Director, writer and producer won six Oscars and peers’ envy, From the Archives: Broderick Crawford, Oscar Winner in 1949, Dies at 74. Raised in one of the nation’s wealthiest families, Du Pont dedicated his life to politics. In fact, she was born in 1921 and was 43 when she died. From 1946–'49 she played Billie Dawn in the play Born Yesterday, after which she starred in the film version. The couple had one child, Jonathan, before they divorced in 1958. 1 hit in 1972 with ‘I’ll Take You There.’, Norman Lloyd, a Hitchcock villain who later saved lives on ‘St. Film historian Bernard Dick summed up Holliday's acting: "Perhaps the most important aspect of the Judy Holliday persona, both in variations of Billie Dawn and in her roles as housewife, is her vulnerability...her ability to shift her mood quickly from comic to serious is one of her greatest technical gifts. She was 42 years old. When the Academy Award for best actress was announced on March 29, 1951, however, the Oscar went to young comedian Judy Holliday, for her performance as Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday.Holliday had created the Billie Dawn role on Broadway in 1946. 1958) Children Jonathan Oppenheim. Judy Sharp Holliday Judy Sharp Holliday, age 64 of Covington, LA died on Tuesday, August 25, 2015, at St. Tammany Parish Hospital. The show was directed by José Quintero with background music by Elmer Bernstein and produced by Alan Pakula. Judy Holliday died 50 years ago at the age of 43. by phayward. With Judy Tuvim’s career burgeoning, she adopted a new name, Judy Holliday (tuvim is the Hebrew word for holiday). She starred in the film version of The Solid Gold Cadillac, which was released in August 1956. After having beaten the disease a few years earlier, Holliday died from a recurrence of breast cancer on June 7, 1965, two weeks before her 44th birthday. Arnold R. Krakower, her attorney, who announced the death, said “To the very end she put up a gallant fight to live . Died June 7, 1965 (aged 43) New York City, U.S. In 1957, she won the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical. After appearing in a few films, she was released from her contract. Occupation Actress. Years active 1938–63. Search Obituaries & Guest Books on Legacy.com, Honor a loved one, place an obituary notice, Pervis Staples, of gospel and soul group the Staple Singers, dies at 85, After gaining fame in the 1960s with music that urged social change, the Staple Singers had their first No. She married David Oppenheim, a musician, on January 5, 1948. She found it difficult to perform on stage in smoke-filled rooms while patrons over-imbibed, heckled and fought with each other, but deemed entertainers successful if they persevered in such atmospheres.[10]. She had a son, Jonathan who was born on November 10, 1952. June 6, 2016: The original version of this obituary, published June 8, 1965, erred in stating that Judy Holliday was born in 1923 and was 41 when she died. Judy Holliday starred with Broderick Crawford and William Holden in “Born Yesterday.”. "The Post Presents the Judy Holliday Story." Holliday in her dressing room, Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, 1959. She was 43. [6][8], Holliday died on June 7, 1965 at Manhattan's Mount Sinai Hospital from throat cancer. She said then: “I have awakened to a realization that I have been irresponsible and slightly — more than slightly – stupid. Judy Holliday (born Judith Tuvim, June 21, 1921 – June 7, 1965) was an American actress, comedienne and … [6][9] Holliday remembered her years in the Revuers as unpleasant, saying she was initially a bad actress and so shy that she vomited between shows. You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times. Judy P. Holliday 09/29/1954 - 12/10/2018 DANVILLE, GA- Judy Payne Holliday, 64, passed away on December 10, 2018 after a long battle with Alzheimer's dementia. The next year, she was subpoenaed by Senator Pat McCarran's Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, which was investigating subversion and Communist activity in the entertainment industry. Kanin then selected Holliday, two decades Arthur's junior, as her replacement.
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In fact, she was born in 1921 and was 43 when she died. One saw a ghost of a boy of about 10 dressed in a Buster Brown suit, a style of the early 1900s. When the Academy Award for best actress was announced on March 29, 1951, however, the Oscar went to young comedian Judy Holliday, for her performance as Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday.Holliday had created the Billie Dawn role on Broadway in 1946. He was 37. Judy Holliday, an actress whose professional career was all comedy and whose later private life was all tragedy, introduced the word “couth” to the English language. Holliday made her Broadway debut on March 20, 1945 at the Belasco Theatre in Kiss Them for Me and was one of the recipients that year of the Clarence Derwent Award.[11]. Spouse(s) David Oppenheim (m. 1948; div. Former Mater Dei and Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan dies at 37. [7] Five years prior to her death, she was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6901 Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. in 1963.-Drew Born, Tuesday, June 26, 1951 in Bogalusa, LA to Owen Sharp and Martha Sharp. Her mother, a piano teacher, was attending a play when she went into labor and made it to the hospital just in time. At 4 Judy was taking ballet lessons, and upon graduation from high school she studied at Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater. Judy P. Holliday 09/29/1954 - 12/10/2018 DANVILLE, GA- Judy Payne Holliday, 64, passed away on December 10, 2018 after a long battle with Alzheimer's dementia. She died of This is a list that does not pretend to be complete, it includes movie stars, entertainers and celebrities who were smokers and died of causes directly related to smoking, some of them were really young… Bill Hicks, 32, Comedian * Pancreatic Cancer Lorraine Hansberry, 34, Writer Lung Cancer Bob Marley, 36, Reggae singer * Lung… New York Post, 11 December 1956. Judy was an only child. In 1952 she appeared before the Senate internal security subcommittee, denying she was a Communist or ever had been one. Born June 21, 1921, she was the daughter of Abraham and Helen Tuvim. Born Judith Tuvim in New York City, the only child of Russian Jewish immigrants, she graduated from high school in 1938, first in her class, and proceeded to a job as a telephone operator at Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre. She had a son, Jonathan who was born on November 10, 1952. [27] She was interred in the Westchester Hills Cemetery in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Pierre S. du Pont IV, who broke with the family chemical business to run for president, dies. After appearing in a few films, she was released from her contract. When Holliday became ill and had to leave the show, it closed in Philadelphia without opening on Broadway. Judy Holliday died of breast cancer in New York City on June 7, 1965 at the age of 43, three weeks before her 44th birthday. [26], In 1948 Holliday married clarinetist David Oppenheim, who was later a classical music and television producer and academic. You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times. Jean Arthur, picked for the part became sick three days before the show opened in Philadelphia. Judy Holliday, whose portrayal of a junk dealer's doxy in "Born Yesterday" created a new kind of beautiful-but-dumb blonde, died of cancer yesterday. They hired three men to repaint walls and re-varnish woodwork. Although her life was cut tragically short by cancer, actress/singer Judy Holliday managed significant accomplishments in a career that lasted 25 years and included both Academy and Tony Awards. "Judy Holliday Faces Surgery", The New York Times, October 12, 1960, p. 44, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence in Radio and TV, Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Jussi Award Diploma of Merit for Best Foreign Actress, New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress, "Abe Tuvim; Zionist Official,. One of the oldest living actors, Lloyd’s career spanned 70 years on film, theater, radio and television. On the 50th anniversary of Judy Holliday’s death June 7, 1965, we look back on some of the best movies featuring the Academy Award winning actress. [6][8], Holliday died on June 7, 1965 at Manhattan's Mount Sinai Hospital from throat cancer. The couple had one child, Jonathan, before they divorced in 1958. Judy Holliday starred with Broderick Crawford and William Holden in “Born Yesterday.”. She was 43. Actress. “Born Yesterday,” was her first major role and she got it in the classical manner. Although its scene was cut, Holliday was an unbilled extra in another scene. The other members of the group were Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Alvin Hammer, John Frank, and Esther Cohen. American actress, comedian and singer – Judy Holliday was born in New York City (largest city in the United States) on June 21st, 1921 and died in New York City (largest city in the United States) on June 7th, 1965 at the age of 43. But I'm not ashamed of myself, because I didn't name names. Holliday was advised to play dumb, as in her film portrayal of Billie Dawn, and she did – often to comedic effect. Search Obituaries & Guest Books on Legacy.com, Honor a loved one, place an obituary notice, Pervis Staples, of gospel and soul group the Staple Singers, dies at 85, After gaining fame in the 1960s with music that urged social change, the Staple Singers had their first No. Lloyd Price, ‘50s R&B star of ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’ and ‘Stagger Lee’ fame, dies at 88. Charles Grodin, activist, author and actor who made grouchiness cool, dead at 86, Appeared opposite Robert De Niro in “Midnight Run.”, Damon Weaver, kid reporter who interviewed Obama at the White House, dies at 23, The 11-year-old asked the president to be his “homeboy”. She filed for a divorce in 1957 and divorced him on March 1, 1958. During the 1940s Holliday lived and loved with a policewoman, and Darwin Porter's biography of Katherine Hepburn claims that Hepburn had an affair with Holliday. In 1946, she returned to Broadway as the scatterbrained Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday. 1958) Children Jonathan Oppenheim. Holliday began her career as part of a night-club act, before working in Broadway plays and musicals. She received rave reviews for her performance in Born Yesterday on Broadway, and Cohn offered her the chance to repeat her role for the film version,[7] but only after she did a screen test (which at first was used only as a "benchmark against which to evaluate" other actresses being considered for the role). "[17] The investigation "did not reveal positive evidence of any membership in the Communist Party" and was concluded after three months, unlike many others tainted by the anti-Communist investigation. In 1948 Holliday married clarinetist David Oppenheim, who was later a classical music and television producer and academic. Colt Brennan, a star quarterback at the University of Hawaii who played high school football at Santa Ana Mater Dei, died early Tuesday, his father said. "The Post Presents the Judy Holliday Story." She beat out Bette Davis' "All About Eve" role for the Oscar that year. (both 1954). Stephen R. Duncan, "Judy Holliday, the Red Scare, and the (Miss-) Uses of Hollywood's Dumb Blonde Image." Holliday recorded two studio albums (not including her film and Broadway soundtracks) during her lifetime. His father, David Oppenheim, was a clarinetist who became a dean at NYU and the primary "architect" of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. [4][5] She grew up in Sunnyside, Queens, New York, and graduated from Julia Richman High School in Manhattan. The show was directed by José Quintero with background music by Elmer Bernstein and produced by Alan Pakula. Elsewhere,’ dies at 106. She began her career as part of a nightclub act before working in Broadway plays and musicals. A musty odor accompanied the apparition. The group disbanded in early 1944. In 1956, she starred on Broadway in Bells Are Ringing. Today Judy Holliday would be 99 years old. Judy Holliday, original name Judith Tuvim, (born June 21, 1921, New York, New York, U.S.—died June 7, 1965, New York City), American actress noted for her distinctive voice and her warm, intelligent portrayal of funny and endearing “dumb blondes” onstage and in film. After having beaten the disease a few years earlier, Holliday died from a recurrence of breast cancer on June 7, 1965, two weeks before her 44th birthday. She starred opposite then-newcomer Jack Lemmon in his first two feature films, the comedies It Should Happen to You and Phffft! She found it difficult to perform on stage in smoke-filled rooms while patrons over-imbibed, heckled and fought with each other, but deemed entertainers successful if they persevered in such atmospheres.[10]. That much I preserved. Judy Holliday's last television appearance on "Whats my line?" In 1957, she won the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical. Judy Holliday (born Judith Tuvim, June 21, 1921 – June 7, 1965) was an American actress, comedienne and … [20] In November 1956, Holliday returned to Broadway starring in the musical Bells Are Ringing with book and lyrics by her Revuers friends, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and directed by Jerome Robbins.

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Andréa Burns and Mark Lotito in Smart Blonde.

The fabulous Judy Holliday may have bid adieu to Broadway lights and public adoration in 1965, two weeks before her 44th birthday, but the glow of her memory still burns brightly as ever. A new play with music has just opened in New York, celebrating her sad life and dazzling career, and aptly entitled Smart Blonde. It is something of a disappointment, never rising to the equal heights of the star’s titanic accomplishments on stage and film, but radiant in a career-making central performance by a terrific newcomer named Andréa Burns. Keep an eye on this girl. She is going places.

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Sorry to say, reducing the complexities of an unconventional life to 90 minutes without an intermission requires skills that are beyond the reach of writer Willy Holtzman. The result is a patchwork quilt of events that hit the highlights without developing them. To make matters worse, in support of Burns, a multitude of famous and colorful characters from Broadway and Hollywood are played by three actors with varying degrees of moderate talent, directed by Peter Flynn in an attempt to avoid a look of traffic gridlock that can only be described as occasionally successful. The icon that was Holliday deserves a more stunning tribute than this.

Still, the show is not without its moments—almost all of them when Burns takes center stage and showers the audience with a smile as wide as Trump’s wall and a singing voice as supple and captivating as a musical high-wire act. She doesn’t really look like Holliday, but by the end 90 minutes, she somehow channels the legend back to life before your eyes. It’s a command performance in every way.

Set in a recording studio shortly before her death, the narrative leap frogs back and forth in time through a series of flashbacks. Born Judith Tuvim (the name in Hebrew means “holiday”), she was the daughter of Russian-Jewish communists and intellectuals who were the antithesis of show business comedy. Her earliest New York appearances in 1938 were downtown in a Greenwich Village jazz club called the Vanguard as part of a comedy act called The Revuers that included her fellow politically bent pals Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Green’s roommate, Leonard Bernstein, at the piano. They ran for ten years.

Holliday moved uptown to make her first big Broadway splash as the dumb-as-a-fox, smart-as-a-whip showgirl Billie Dawn in Garson Kanin’s Born Yesterday, repeating the role in the 1950 movie that won her an Academy Award over Bette Davis in All About Eve and Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard. The play touches on how, in the same year she won her Oscar, she was accused of being a communist and was subpoenaed to testify before Congress where she was one of the few show-biz celebrities who not only refused to name names but was completely exonerated with her skyrocketing career intact.

Throughout that career, she moved from triumph to tragedy, typecast as the dumb blondes she hated in movies, turning her back on the theater, and marrying musician David Oppenheim. But when she did return to Broadway in Bells Are Ringing, tailored for her talents by her friends Comden and Green, she won a Tony award. Her last film was the MGM musical version, directed by Vincente Minnelli, in 1960.

She was in the middle of realizing her life-long dream in a straight dramatic role in Laurette, a pre-Broadway play about Laurette Taylor, when her battle with breast cancer recurred and the show closed in Philadelphia. At the end of her life, she lived with the late jazz musician Gerry Mulligan, who introduced her to serious drugs to relieve her pain, but Smart Blonde avoids the more depressing aspects of her experience in an attempt to keep the pace light and breezy.

The facts that illustrate the diverse ways she continually slaved to pick up the pieces and put her career back together are assembled like items pulled from a briefcase and enhanced by musical numbers—oddly without one show-stopper from the score of Bells Are Ringing. It’s nice to hear Burns sing Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, Harry Warren and Dorothy Fields, but how do you explain nothing by Comden, Green or Jule Styne, who helped to make Holliday famous?

The trio of performers playing a cast of hundreds (Mark Lotito, Andrea Bianchi, Jonathan Spivey) work hard to keep the movement going, but it’s annoying and difficult to keep up with who they are and to what purpose they drop in and out of sequence. The one who plays skirt-chasing Darryl F. Zanuck, head of 20th Century Fox Pictures, one minute, is also a vulgar Harry Cohn, head of Columbia Pictures, the next.

It’s often too sketchy to follow, but never too difficult to concentrate on the voluminous gifts of Burns. In her curly blonde Judy Holliday wig and nasal Born Yesterday accent, she runs the gamut of joy and emotional turbulence—funny, defiant, vulnerable and heartbreaking at the same time. She also sings like a dream. Smart Blonde is a sluggish, highly uneven work in progress, but still worth seeing if you want to discover a dynamic talent on her way to stardom.

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Annaleigh Ashford To Play Oscar Winner Judy Holliday In Biopic ‘Smart Blonde’

EXCLUSIVE:Annaleigh Ashford, who won the Tony in 2015 for You Can’t Take It With You and appeared in American Crime Story: Versace, has scored the lead role in Smart Blonde, a timely movie about about Oscar-winning actress Judy Holliday.

Gene Kirkwood, a producer on the original Rocky who more recenlty produced HBO’s four-
part Dr. Dre-Jimmy Iovine docu The Defiant Ones, is producing.

The film will focus on Holliday, a nightclub singer who in her early acting career in the 1940s fought back against the overt sexual advances of studio mogul Darryl F. Zanuck during her time as a day player at Fox. She later went on to star on Broadway in Born Yesterday, then won the Best Actress Oscar for George Cukor’s big-screen adaptation starring alongside William Holden and Broderick Crawford.

Holliday paid the price for being outspoken, eventually blacklisted in Hollywood as a communist. She died of breast cancer in 1965 at age 43.

“Judy Holiday’s story is one for the ages and yet so relatable within the context of today’s headlines,” Kirkwood said.

Ashford just wrapped shooting Bad Education opposite Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney and next appears in Unbelievable, the Netflix limited series starring Merritt Wever, Toni Collette and Kaitlyn Dever. She played Elizabeth Cote in Ryan Murphy’s Versace, and her credits also include Showtime’s Masters of Sex.

Ashford is repped by ICM Partners, Beth Rosner Management and Schreck Rose.

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Judy married David Oppenheim.
David was born on April 13 1922, in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States.
Judy partnered Gerald Joseph "Gerry" Mulligan.
Gerald was born on April 6 1927, in Queens Village.
His occupation was Composer, Saxophonist, Clarinetist, Music Arranger, Actor.
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Judy Holliday in The Jewish Chronicle - June 11 1965

The Jewish Chronicle

"... Congresses as a steadfast supporter of Weizmann and regu-larly visited Palestine, where he was concerned with a number ofpublic companies, and after his retirement he made his home inJerusalem. JUDY H0LLIDAY Judy Holliday, the film actress,who died in New York on Monday, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Abraham Tuvim, who emigrated to the U.S.A. from Russia. Her fatherwas well known in the American ..."
Publication place: London, England, United Kingdom
Publication date: June 11 1965
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Judy Holliday in Youngstown Vindicator - June 7 1965

Ohio Newspapers, 1793-2009

"... and Mrs. Clifford Singl, hnd been playing ln hls own back yard tack. Tho traffic toll of 16, slightly above average for a summer comes on thc heels ol last week's toll of 27 over tho Memorial Day weekend. Judy Holliday te ited y b y astronaut fami- landings on terra rima a d ,u e s and personnel from tho everybody ln the Manned Spacecraft Center. Even flight business agrees that this ed on Page 2 ..."
Publication place: Youngstown, Mahoning County, OH, USA
Publication date: June 7 1965
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Judy Holliday in The Spokesman-Review - June 8 1965

Washington Newspapers, 1855-2009

"... Inst 13.215 killed or captured in May compared with 3.120 in April, Ihe spokesman said. The number nf weapons Inst ln government troops fell from in April to 830 in May. lyi s -u.- JUDY HOLLIDAY Succumbs to Caneer Death Takes Stage Star at Age of 41 WHEN DID YOU START MAVING TROUBLE, ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO PERHAPS A UTTLE LONGER BUT fT WAS PRECEDED BY A ST ATTACK 1 HAD MY VISON/ iil I WAS IN AFRICA ..."
Publication place: Spokane, Spokane County, WA, USA
Publication date: June 8 1965
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Judy Holliday in The Pittsburgh Press - June 9 1965

Pennsylvania Newspapers, 1795-2009

"... while in Europe f overheard Yankee tourists exclaim at viewing some historic structure, sueli as the Notre Dame Cathedral "why It's just like I saw il ln the movies." Judy ln 'Dream Giri' Here Death of Judy Holliday to me Ihe only time I ever met her. although 1 hnd seen her on stage and screen. Judy lied conie from New York to take oser llie title role in Elmer Rice's hit, "Dream GhT f al Bill ..."
Publication place: Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA, USA
Publication date: June 9 1965
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Judy Susan Hunter, KW8X-WYN (born Holliday) was born on month day 1945, at birth place, Utah.
Don was born on June 5 1937, in Granite, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.
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Judy Hunter was born on May 17 1945.
Judy married Don Forest Hunter.
Judy was buried in Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Utah, United States.
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JUDY HOLLIDAY was born on month day 1886, to Elisha H. Holliday and Harriet Holliday (born Godsey).
Elisha was born on February 15 1847.
Harriet was born on November 8 1852.
JUDY had 13 siblings: Eliza Napier (born Holiday), Malcomb H Holliday and 11 other siblings.

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Judy passed away in 1945.

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Judy Holliday married William H. Holliday.
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Judith Holliday (born Tuvim), 1921 - 1965

Judith Holliday was born on month day 1921, at birth place, New York, to Abe, Abraham Nathan Tuvim and Helen Tuvim.
Judith married David Oppenheim in 1948, at age 26.
Judith married Gerald, Joseph "Gerry" Mulligan in 1948, at age 26.
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Julia, May Hemenway was born on month day 1919, at birth place, Washington, to Guy, March Holliday and Ruth Holliday.
Julia had one brother: Ralph Louis Holliday.

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Judith Oppenheim was born on month day 1921, at birth place, New York, to Abraham Nathan Tuvim and Helen Tuvim.
Judith married David Jerome Oppenheim on month day 1948, at age 26.
They divorced on month day 1958, at age 36.

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Источник: https://www.myheritage.com/names/judy_holliday

Actress Judy Holliday Loses Fight With Cancer

NEW YORK (UPl)—Judy Holliday, the intellectually brilliant actress who won an Academy Award playing dumb blondes, died early today in her sleep at Mt. Sinai Hospital after a five-year battle against cancer. She would have been 44 on June 21. Miss Holliday underwent cancer surgery in 1960 but the disease was recurrent. Her attorney, Arnold Krakower, said she "put up a gallant fight to live to the very' end.” The actress, whose real name was Judith Tuvin, entered Mt. Sinai May 26 when her case was believed to be terminal. A hospital spokesman said she died quietly in her sleep at 5 a.m. EDT. She is survived by a son, Jonathan, by her only husband. David Oppenheim. They were divorced. Miss Holliday was a precocious New York high school graduate with an I.Q. of 170

when she set her sights on a stage career. She got a job as a backstage switchboard operator with Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater, a job she later portrayed so hilariously in "Bells Are Kinging” on Broadway. Her warm anti witty personality caught the attention of Betty Com d e n and Adolf Green when they formed a group of young hopefuls into a nightclub show entitled "The Revuers.” The group also made films.

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