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Julie Newmar Net Worth, Wiki & Biography in 2017

Born Julie Chalene Newmeyer on the 16th August 1933, in Los Angeles, California USA, she is an actress best known to the world for her roles in films “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers” (1954), “Mackenna`s Gold” (1969), and “Ghosts Can`t Do It” (1989). Julie has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 1952.

Have you ever wondered how rich Julie Newmar is, as of mid-2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Newmar`s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount she has earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry.

Julie Newmar Net Worth $5 Million

Julie is of mixed ancestry; her father, Don, a German-American, was the head of the Physical Education Department at Los Angeles City College, while her mother, Helen, was half Swedish and half French, and a fashion designer. Since her early days, Julie studied dance, piano and classical ballet. She attended the John Marshal High School, from which she matriculated at 15 years of age – she has an I.Q. of 135. After high school she took a trip to Europe with her mother and brother, and upon return she enrolled at the UCLA, where she studied classical piano, philosophy and French.

Julie`s career began in the early 1950s, with roles in “Slaves Of Babylon” (1953) followed by the role as Dorcas in “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers” (1954). Before the 1950s ended she also appeared in “The Rookie” (1959), as Lili Marlene, and in the film “Li`l Abner” (1959), in the role of Stupefyin` Jones.

In the 1960s, Julie continued successfully, as she was selected for quite a number of notable roles, including as Katrin Sveg in “The Marriage-Go-Round” (1961), as Bonnie Brasher in “For Love Or Money” (1963) with Kirk Douglas and Mitzi Gaynor, “My Living Doll” (1964-1965) as Rhoda Miller, and as Catwoman in “Batman” (1965-1966), with Adam West as Batman. She was then cast in the film “The Maltese Bippy” (1969), with Dan Rowan and Dick Martin as leads. In the 1970s, her popularity faded, and she managed to secure only a few film roles, such as in “A Very Missing Person” (1972), “Fools, Females And Fun” (1974), and “Terraces” (1977), while other credits include one-time appearances in several TV series, in “Columbo” (1973), “The Wide World Of Mystery” (1975), and “The Bionic Woman” (1976), among others.

Her career continued with decline, but she landed roles in low-budget films such as “Hysterical” (1983), “High School U.S.A (1984), “Evils Of The Night” (1985), “Deep Space” (1988), and “Dance Academy” (1988). Before the 1980s ended, Julie appeared in the film “Ghosts Can`t Do It” (1989) with Bo Derek and Don Murray in lead roles, which was a complete disaster, receiving four Razzie Awards.

The next decade didn`t change much for Julie, as her career continued its free fall, with roles in such films as “Nudity Required” (1990), “Oblivion” (1994), and its sequel “Oblivion 2: Backlash” (1996), and “If… Dog… Rabbit” (1999).

In the 2000s, she didn`t much appear on TV; in 2006 she had a cameo appearance as herself in “According To Jim”, and she voiced Catwoman in the Batman video game “Batman: Arkham Knight” (2015), and will voice Catwoman again in the animated film “Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders”, once more with Adam West.

Julie also had an noted career on stage, which began with the part in “Silk Stockings” (1955), and continued successfully with parts in plays “Li`l Abner” (1956) and “The Marriage-Go-Round” (1958). Throughout her career, Julie continued to work in theatres and Broadway, and appeared in such productions as “Damn Yankees” (1961), “Stop The World- I Want To Get Off” (1963), “In The Boom Boom Room” (1982), among others, which only increased her net worth.

Regarding her personal life, Julie was married to J. Holt Smith from 1977 until 1984; the couple had a son together, who unfortunately was born with a hearing impairment and Down’s syndrome.


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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Batman vs. Two-Face2017Video filmingCatwoman (voice)
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders2016Catwoman (voice)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold2010TV SeriesMartha Wayne
According to Jim2006TV SeriesJulie
If... Dog... Rabbit1999Judy's Mother
Maggie1998TV SeriesCatwoman
Lands of Lore: Guardians of Destiny1997Video GameKit'yara (as Julie Neumar)
Oblivion 2: Backlash1996Miss Kitty
Oblivion1994Miss Kitty
Nudity Required1990Irina
Ghosts Can't Do It1989Angel
Dance Academy1988Miss McKenzie
Deep Space1988Lady Elaine Wentworth
Evils of the Night1985Dr. Zarma
Streetwalkin'1985Queen Bee
Love Scenes1984Belinda
High School U.S.A.1984TV MovieStripper
Hart to Hart1983TV SeriesEve
Hysterical1983Venetia
Fantasy Island1983TV SeriesDoralee
CHiPs1982TV SeriesCora Dwayne
The Powers of Matthew Star1982TV SeriesNian
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century1980TV SeriesZarina
The Love Boat1979TV SeriesMarla Samms
Jason of Star Command1978TV SeriesSpace Queen
Terraces1977TV MovieChalane Turner
The Bionic Woman1976TV SeriesClaudette
Monster Squad1976TV SeriesUltra Witch
Good Heavens1976TV SeriesBeautiful Woman
McMillan & Wife1975TV SeriesLuciana Amaldi
The Wide World of Mystery1975TV Series
Fools, Females and Fun1974TV MovieCarla Dean
Columbo1973TV SeriesLisa Chambers
A Very Missing Person1972TV MovieAleatha Westering
Love, American Style1970-1972TV SeriesDolly Winters (segment "Love and the Bathtub") / (segment "Love and the Vampire") / Janice (segment "Love and the Cake") / ...
Bewitched1971TV SeriesOphelia
NBC Children's Theatre1971TV Series
The Feminist and the Fuzz1971TV MovieLilah McGuinness
Up Your Teddy Bear1970Toy Company Director, a.k.a. "Mother"
McCloud1970TV SeriesAdrienne Redman
The Maltese Bippy1969Carlotta Ravenswood
Mackenna's Gold1969Hesh-Ke
It Takes a Thief1969TV SeriesSusannah Sutton
Get Smart1968TV SeriesIngrid
Monsieur Lecoq1967
Star Trek1967TV SeriesEleen
The Monkees1967TV SeriesApril Conquest
Batman1966-1967TV SeriesThe Catwoman
F Troop1966TV SeriesCinthia Jeffries / Yellow Bird
The Beverly Hillbillies1966TV SeriesUlla Bergstrom
Vacation Playhouse1965TV SeriesKris Meeker
My Living Doll1964-1965TV SeriesRhoda Miller
The Greatest Show on Earth1964TV SeriesWilla Harper
For Love or Money1963Bonnie Brasher
The Twilight Zone1963TV SeriesMiss Devlin
Route 661962TV SeriesVicki Russell
The Defenders1961TV SeriesBrandy Gideon Morfoot
The Marriage-Go-Round1961Katrin Sveg
Adventures in Paradise1960TV SeriesVenus
Li'l Abner1959Stupefyin' Jones
The Rookie1959Lili Marlene
Omnibus1959TV Series
The Phil Silvers Show1957TV SeriesSuzie
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers1954Dorcas (as Julie Newmeyer)
Demetrius and the Gladiators1954Primary Specialty Dancer (uncredited)
The Eddie Cantor Story1953Showgirl (uncredited)
Slaves of Babylon1953Dancer-Assassin (as Julie Newmeyer)
The Band Wagon1953Salon Model / Chorine in Girl Hunt Ballet (uncredited)
The Farmer Takes a Wife1953Dancer (uncredited)
Serpent of the Nile1953The Gilded Girl (as Julie Newmeyer)
Call Me Madam1953Dancer in 'The Ocarina' Number (uncredited)
The I Don't Care Girl1953Specialty Dancer - 'Beale Street Blues' (uncredited)
Just for You1952Chorine (uncredited)
She's Working Her Way Through College1952Julie - Chorus Girl (uncredited)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Danny Kaye Show1963TV Series performer - 1 episode

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Home of Superman2006Documentary short special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age2017Documentary post-productionHerself
The Jimmy Star Show with Ron Russell2015TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Batmania Born2014ShortHerself
Na Na Na Batman2014Video shortHerself
Pioneers of Television2013TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
The Mechanical Bride2012Documentary voice
Bettie Page Reveals All2012DocumentaryHerself
Beautiful Darling2010DocumentaryHerself
The O'Reilly Factor2008TV SeriesHerself / Various Roles (segment "American TV Icon")
Living in TV Land2006TV Series documentaryHerself
The 4th Annual TV Land Awards2006TV Special
Access Hollywood2006TV SeriesHerself
After They Were Famous2005TV Series documentaryHerself
The Many Faces of Catwoman2005Video documentary shortHerself
Biography2000-2004TV Series documentaryHerself / Catwoman
The 2nd Annual TV Land Awards2004TV SpecialHerself
Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt2003TV MovieHerself / Arizona Bar Owner
E! True Hollywood Story1999TV Series documentaryHerself
Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael1999Video documentaryHerself ("Too Funky" video)
Sobbin' Women: The Making of 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'1997TV Short documentaryHerself
Melrose Place1996TV SeriesHerself
To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar1995Herself
Hope & Gloria1995TV SeriesHerself
Downey1994TV SeriesHerself
King B: A Life in the Movies1993Herself
Maury1992TV SeriesHerself
CBS This Morning1989TV SeriesHerself
The Mike Douglas Show1973TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1962-1971TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The Dick Cavett Show1971TV SeriesHerself - Actress
Girl Talk1963-1969TV SeriesHerself
The Merv Griffin Show1965TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The Jonathan Winters Specials1965TV SeriesHerself - Guest
I've Got a Secret1964TV SeriesHerself - Celebrity Guest
The Celebrity Game1964TV SeriesHerself
The Danny Kaye Show1963TV SeriesHerself
The David Susskind Show1963TV SeriesHerself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1962TV SeriesHerself - Guest
The Tonight Show1962TV SeriesHerself
Person to Person1961TV Series documentaryHerself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1961TV SeriesHerself - Guest
What's My Line?1961TV SeriesHerself - Mystery Guest #2
The 14th Annual Tony Awards1960TV SpecialHerself - Accepting Award for Best Stage Technician
To Tell the Truth1959TV SeriesHerself - Panelist
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show1958TV SeriesHerself - Dancer
Lunch with Archer King2018Documentary filmingHerself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Heroic Ambition2010DocumentaryHerself
Gaze2010DocumentaryHerself
Holy Batmania1989Video documentary shortCatwoman
Reel Horror1985Toy Company Director

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014Lifetime Achievement AwardCalifornia Independent Film Festival

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1991Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActressGhosts Can't Do It (1989)
1965Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest TV Star - FemaleMy Living Doll (1964)
1961Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USAMost Promising Newcomer - FemaleThe Marriage-Go-Round (1961)
1961Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female New Personality5th place.

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1961Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Female Supporting PerformanceThe Marriage-Go-Round (1961)


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#Fact
1Has two younger brothers: Peter Bruce Newmeyer and John A. Newmeyer.
2Is the eldest of three children of Donald Charles and Helen Newmeyer.
3Gave birth to her only child at age 47, a son John Jewl Smith in February 1981. Child's father is her ex-husband J. Holt Smith.
4Good friends with Batman (1966) cast: Adam West, Frank Gorshin, Eartha Kitt, Lee Meriwether and Yvonne Craig.
5Best known by the public for her role as Catwoman on the television series Batman (1966).
6Having originated the character on the 1960s television series Batman (1966), Newmar accepted the Worst Picture award at the 25th Annual Razzie Awards on behalf of the Halle Berry remake of Catwoman (2004).
7Newmar was visiting her brother at his college in New York when she was first contacted with the offer to play Catwoman on Batman (1966). A group of her brother's friends were regular watchers of the series and after consultation convinced her to take the role.
8Has appeared in episodes of two science fiction series with Sid Haig: Jason of Star Command (1978) and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).
9She is one of only seven actors to have played "Special Guest Villains" in Batman (1966) who are still alive, the others being John Astin, Joan Collins, Glynis Johns, Barbara Rush, Dina Merrill and Zsa Zsa Gabor.
10Julie Newmar played in New York City with Hildegard Knef in the musical "Silk Stockings".
11Won the 1959 Tony Award (New York City) for Supporting or Features Actress in a Drama for "The Marriage-Go-Round".
12Was the first actress to portray the DC comics character Catwoman in a live-action adaptation of the Batman series.
13Was friends with New York Mets pitcher Tracy Stallard, the man who as a member of the Boston Red Sox gave up Roger Maris' record-breaking 61st home run in 1961.
14Her son, John Jewl Smith, has a hearing impairment and Down's Syndrome.
15In November 2004, the former "Catwoman" had a different type of catfight on her hands. Her next-door neighbor, actor Jim Belushi, sued her for $4 million alleging harassment and defamation of character. Their openly hostile neighborhood feud has been supposedly going on for years. Newmar, an avid community advocate who once fought restrictions against noisy leaf-blowers, once threw an egg at Belushi's house in retaliation for a noisy air conditioner. The suit includes vandalism and spying.
16Has her name mentioned in the title of the comedy To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar (1995), while the plot revolves, partly, around an autographed publicity photograph of her.
17Has 37" legs (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
18Holds three U.S patents: 3,914,799 and 4,003,094 for "Pantyhose with shaping band for Cheeky derriere relief" and 3,935,865 for "Brassiere".
19Invented and marketed her own brand of pantyhose in the 1970s and 1980s.
20I.Q. of 135. Graduated from John Marshall High School in Los Angeles at age 15.

#Quote
1I've had a curious relationship with my doctors. On one hand, they haven't made much money off of me over the past few decades. But then they tell me to "keep up the good work", and so I do.
2Whenever I'm stopped on the street, men tell, "Ms. Newmar, did you know that you were my first turn-on?... How old were you?".
3On seeing a Catwoman tattoo: I've seen some interesting flesh... It wasn't just the Catwoman. It was me.
4On Catwoman fans: It's an honor -- it really is -- that something stays for so long with people in the sweet depths of their feelings.
5(July 2008) Today, I walk - but very slowly. My balance is also affected. People might think I've had too much to drink, but I never drank, smoked or took drugs my entire life. If I'm out in public, I grab on to some charming, darling fellow who can steady me. I've been encouraged by the many men who have offered me their shoulders.
6[interview in Star Trek Magazine, #1, September/October 2006] Star Trek (1966) -- oh my goodness, what a following that show has! I get asked about it all the time, and I receive lots of fan mail from it, even though I only did one episode.
7It was so wonderful being on Batman (1966) because you could be nasty and mean, and in the '50s, women could never -- unless you were some 'B' picture actress -- be mean, bad and nasty. It was so satisfying; I can't tell you how satisfying it was.
8[on how she got her most famous role, Catwoman on Batman (1966)] I had lived in New York at the time on Beekman Place. I remember it was a weekend, Friday or Saturday, and my brother had come down from Harvard with five or six of his friends, and we were all sitting around the sofa, just chatting away, when the phone rang. I got up and answered it, and it was this agent or someone in Hollywood, who said, "Miss Newmar, would you like to play Catwoman on the Batman series? They are casting it out here." I was insulted because he said, "It starts Monday." I said, "What is this?" That's how television is done: they never know what they are doing until yesterday. Well, my brother leaped off the sofa. I mean he physically levitated and said, "Batman! That's the favorite show at Harvard. We all quit our classes and quit our studies and run into the TV room and watch this show." I said, "They want me to play Catwoman." He said, "Do it!" So I said, "Okay, I'll do it.".
9Tell me I'm beautiful, it's nothing. Tell me I'm intellectual - I know it. Tell me I'm funny and it's the greatest compliment in the world anyone could give me.
10I'm magnificent! I'm 5' 11" and I weigh 135 pounds, and I look like a racehorse.

#Trademark
1Seductive deep voice
2Voluptuous figure
3Large brown eyes
4Natural brunette hair

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