(March 5 to 17, 1968) She acted in Peter Shaffer's play, "The Black Comedy," in a Robert Ludlum production at the Playhouse on the Mall, Bergen Shopping Center, in Paramus, New Jersey.
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'Tippi' Hedren | Ms. Tippi Hedren
5' 4" (1.63 m)
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I don't ever deal with age or any particular age, I never have. I don't think I ever will. I try to stay current with what, you know, the latest fashions are, because I think if you get caught in an age where you think you really look good and don't progress any further than that, I think that's very aging, but I really -- I feel just as young as I did when I was, you know, doing the films and ...
The one special project that's been passed down three generations in her family is J.M. Barrie
's play "Mary Rose". She was originally set to star in the film adaptation for director Alfred Hitchcock
in 1964, and she was heartbroken that the film was never made, because she and Hitchcock had a falling out. Tippi gave the play to her daughter Melanie Griffith
, when she was a child, who also loved ...