Appeared in "Black Comedy", Playhouse on the Mall, Paramus, NJ.
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'Tippi' Hedren | Ms. Tippi Hedren
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Did You Know?
[on 3/1/05, when asked which is her favorite of the Alfred Hitchcock
films she starred in] I think Marnie
(1964). They were both so different that it's kind of hard to figure out which, but The Birds
(1963) was sort of a chase. All of the Hitchcock films have a mystery to them and that sort of thing, but the personality of Marnie was so intriguing. She was really - poor Marnie.
At the end of shooting Mister Kingstreet's War
(1971), she discovered that the big cats used in the production had no place to go and would likely languish in small cages. This prompted her to obtain a parcel of land on her own to establish a home with a natural setting for retired big cats. She named it Shambala and it exists to this day.