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Judy Holliday, Award Winner – MovieActors.com

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Holliday in Born Yesterday.

Judy Holliday: Best Actress 1950: MovieActors.com

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Born Yesterday (Comedy)

Judy Holliday played the show girl mistress, Billie Dawn, of a corrupt tycoon (Broderick Crawford) who is tutored by a magazine writer (William Holden).







About Judy Holliday (1922 – 1965)
judy-holliday-photo American revue star, from New York, who's real name was Judith Tuvim.

At the last minute she was rushed into replace the ailing Jean Arthur for the Broadway opening of Born Yesterday.

Judy Holliday became a star in the 1950 George Cukor movie, Born Yesterday, a Pygmalion variation, about the show girl partner of a sleazy tycoon. When she is schooled in manners by a tutor, he becomes her love interest, while at the same time opening her eyes to what a chump her boyfriend is. Holliday won the Best Actress Oscar for her vivacious performance.

Shortly thereafter, July Holliday was heavily investigated by the House Un-American Activities Committee. While ultimately exonerated, her career was stalled.

In 1954, July Holliday played an unemployed model with acting ambitions in It Should Happen To You. In 1960, Judy Holliday played with Dean Martin as the love interest in The Bells Are Ringing, as a switchboard operator, who meddles in the lives of her clients. She befriends Martin in the persona of a kindly old lady he calls "Mom," and schemes to meet him him person. Judy Holliday's notable movie credits include...

greenwich village (1944)
winged victory (1944)
adam's rib (1949)
the marrying kind (1952)
it should happen to you (1954)
phfft (1954)
the solid gold cadillac (1956)
full of life (1956)
the bells are ringing (1960)

Judy HolLiday's credits include:

THE FORD THEATRE HOUR (TV series 1949)
GOODYEAR PLAYHOUSE (TV SERIES 1954)
MAX LIEBMAN SPECTACULARS (TV SERIES 1954)
THE STEVE ALLAN PLYMOUTH SHOW (TV SERIES 1958)


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Judy Holliday in Adam's Rib (1949).

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Judy Holliday in Born Yesterday.