(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 | Nathalie Kay Hedren
5' 4" (1.63 m)
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[on working on the set of The Birds
(1963)] One of the ravens was so sweet that Ray [Ray Berwick
] wouldn't teach him all the bad things to do, like peck people and dive-bomb. That raven became my buddy. He'd come up and sit in my dressing room on the set, play with my makeup, and throw it on the floor. I'd walk around on the set with him on my shoulders.
Operates an exotic-animal sanctuary, which prompted her testimony in February 2005 in Riverside (CA) Superior Court. She made a complaint regarding animal cruelty by a tiger rescuer and was told by the US Department of Agriculture that there were not enough inspectors to respond to her complaint. She eventually made room for a lion rather than have it go to the rescuer. She stated she felt like ...
Ms. Tippi Hedren