|Date of Birth||16 August 1933 , Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Julia Chalene Newmeyer|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Julie wanted to be known for her comedy, as she told the New York Times: "Tell me I'm funny, and it's the greatest compliment in the world." She had beauty, brains and a fantastic sense of humor. Promoting her various Broadway and off-Broadway show appearances, Julie often posed as a pin-up girl. Making the transition to television, Julie appeared in Rod Serling's science fiction series Twilight Zone (1959), playing Miss Devlin (devil). As physical perfection, Julie was perfect to play Rhoda the Robot in My Living Doll (1964), the sitcom had an enthusiastic cult following. In 1966, urged on by her friends, she would try out for and be cast as Catwoman (a character she had never heard of) in the wildly popular television series Batman (1966) Due to a movie commitment, Julie was unavailable to play Catwoman in the third season (her part was taken by Eartha Kitt).
Julie was very busy in the 1960s and 1970s, making guest appearances in many television series and several television movies. Because of her love of the stage and live performances, Julie toured the country in stage productions of "Damn Yankees" and "Dames at Sea" and others. Becoming an entrepreneur, in 1977, Julie turned up in People Magazine wearing her new invention "Nudemar" pantyhose. In the 1980s, Julie appeared in nine films while she was busy raising her son and working in the real estate business. Julie went back to UCLA to take a few real estate courses. In 1991, Julie toured in a stage production of "The Women". Still very active, and very beautiful, Julie appeared at fan conventions occasionally.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: firstname.lastname@example.org
|J. Holt Smith||(5 August 1977 - 1983) (divorced) (1 child)|