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Eartha Kitt Biography and Filmography
Eartha Kitt
Birthday: January 17, 1927
Birth Place: North, South Carolina, USA
Height: 5' 4"
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Born in the South and raised in Harlem, sultry black actress/singer Eartha Kitt attended New York's High School of Performing Arts. After touring with Katherine Dunham's dance troupe, Kitt headlined at choice nightclubs in both Paris and the U.S. She made her acting debut as Helen of Troy in Orson Welles' 1951 staging of Faust. The following year, she came to Broadway in the musical revue New Faces of 1952 in which she stopped the show on a nightly basis with her sensuous rendition of "C'est Si Bon." It was the first of many top-ten hits for Kitt, who was one of a handful of black performers of the 1950s to receive regular air play on "white" radio stations. Subsequent Broadway appearances included the role of Mehitabel the alley cat in the 1958 musical Shinbone Alley. Though considered a "crossover" performer, Kitt's movie appearances were often confined to films with predominantly African American casts, e.g. Anna Lucasta (1958) and St. Louis Blues (1958). She made several well-received TV guest appearances in the 1950s and 1960s, unexpectedly gaining a flock of preteen fans for her portrayal of The Catwoman on a 1967 installment of Batman. Never one to shy away from controversy, Kitt was banned from the White House for several years after making a series of anti-Vietnam statements within earshot of Lady Bird Johnson. Nor has she been a controversial figure only to the white mainstream: she was once booed off the stage of Harlem's Apollo Theatre, reportedly because the audience didn't care for her condescending onstage demeanor. After several years in England, Kitt returned to the U.S. to co-star in the 1975 Pam Grier vehicle Friday Foster. Back on Broadway in 1978, Kitt starred in the musical Timbuktu, an all-black reworking of the old stage chestnut Kismet. Her sporadic film appearances from 1980 onward have included her manic (an all too brief) portrayal of a centuries-old witch in Ernest Scared Stupid (1991). Eartha Kitt has authored several books of memoirs, and in 1982 was the subject of the documentary film All By Myself.
Who Needs 'Em? (2007)
[ Vanessa Williams ][ Eva Kitt ]
Kronk's New Groove (2005)
[ Wendie Malick ][ Tracey Ullman ][ Eva Kitt ][ Tress MacNeille ][ Kath Soucie ]
On the One (2005)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Tichina Arnold ]
Holes (2003)
[ Sigourney Weaver ][ Patricia Arquette ][ Eva Kitt ][ Siobhan Fallon ][ Roma Maffia ]
Santa Baby! (2001)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Feast of All Saints (2001)
[ Jennifer Beals ][ Pam Grier ][ Jasmine Guy ][ Bianca Lawson ][ Eva Kitt ]
Emperor's New Groove (2001)
[ Eva Kitt ]
The Emperor's New Groove (2000)
[ Wendie Malick ][ Eva Kitt ]
Jim Gets an Apartment (2000)
[ Eva Kitt ]
The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story (1998)
[ Nancy Cartwright ][ Kathie Najimy ][ Peri Gilpin ][ Eva Kitt ][ Ashley Peldon ]
Ill Gotten Gains (1997)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Harriet the Spy (1996)
[ Michelle Trachtenberg ][ Rosie O'Donnell ][ Eva Kitt ][ Barbara Harris ]
Fatal Instinct (1993)
[ Sean Young ][ Sherilyn Fenn ][ Rosie O'Donnell ][ Jane Lynch ][ Eva Kitt ]
Boomerang (1992)
[ Tisha Campbell ][ Robin Givens ][ Grace Jones ][ Lela Rochon ][ Eva Kitt ]
Desperately Seeking Roger (1991)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Ernest Scared Stupid (1991)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Barbara Harris ]
Living Doll (1990)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Katie Orgill ]
Erik the Viking (1989)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Samantha Bond ][ Imogen Stubbs ]
Master of Dragonard Hill (1989)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Annabel Schofield ][ Claudia Udy ]
Dragonard (1987)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Annabel Schofield ][ Claudia Udy ]
The Pink Chiquitas (1987)
[ Sheryl Lee ][ Lolita Davidovich ][ Eva Kitt ][ Claudia Udy ][ Cynthia Kereluk ]
The Serpent Warriors (1985)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Anne Lockhart ]
A Night on the Town (1983)
[ Eva Kitt ]
To Kill a Cop (1978)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Joyce Van-Patten ]
Friday Foster (1975)
[ Pam Grier ][ Eva Kitt ]
Lieutenant Schuster's Wife (1972)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Lee Grant ]
Up the Chastity Belt (1971)
[ Eva Kitt ]
The Funny Feline Felonies (1967)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Catwoman's Dressed to Kill (1967)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Anne Baxter ]
All About People (1967)
[ Lucille Ball ][ Eva Kitt ][ Carol Channing ]
Onkel Toms Hütte (1965)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Mylene Demongeot ][ Michaela May ]
Synanon (1965)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Stella Stevens ][ Barbara Luna ]
Eartha Kitt (1963)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Drei Mânner spinnen (1962)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Saint of Devil's Island (1961)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Anna Lucasta (1959)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Rosetta LeNoire ]
St. Louis Blues (1958)
[ Eva Kitt ][ Pearl Bailey ]
The Mark of the Hawk (1958)
[ Eva Kitt ]
Casbah (1948)
[ Yvonne De-Carlo ][ Eva Kitt ]
  • Daughter, Kitt Shapiro. Grandchildren, Justin, 8, and Rachel, 4.
  • Kitt's age was always a mystery, until 1998, when a group of students from her hometown in South Carolina unearthed her birth certificate. The document revealed that her true birthday is January 17, 1927.
  • Measurements: 35-23-35 (as Catwoman), (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • Ranked #89 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll
  • Was virtually exiled from the United States after making anti-war statements during a White House luncheon in 1968. The statements were so negative that Lady Bird Johnson began to weep uncontrollably.
  • Was nominated twice for Broadway's Tony Award: in 1978, as Best Actress (Musical) for "Timbuktu!"; and in 2000, as Best Actress (Featured Role - Musical) for "The Wild Party."
  • Was inspired to go into show business after witnessing the wild applause that the audience gave José Ferrer after one of his stage performances as Cyrano de Bergerac in 1946.

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