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Nancy Kovack
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Actress
    (March 11, 1935- )
    Born in Flint, Michigan
    American film and TV actress
    Birth name: Nancy Kovach
    Acted in the movies; Strangers When We Met, (1960) Jason and the Argonauts, (1965) The Great Sioux Massacre, (1965) The Silencers, (1965) Tarzan and the Valley of Gold, (1966) Frankie and Johnny, (1966) The Night of the Angels, (1968) and Marooned in 1969,
    Appeared on the TV series; Number Please, The United Steel Hour, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, 12 O'Clock High, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Burke's Law, Batman, Perry Mason, I Spy, The Invaders, Star Trek, Get Smart, Hawaii Five-O, Mannix, and Cannon
    Starred in the TV movie, Off We Go in 1966
    Recognized and remembered for her figure and sexy, sultry voice
    Graduate of the University of Michigan
    Virtually every role she had revolved around her looks.
    She had trouble with her complexion which she covered up with very noticeable gobs of makeup.
    Although she was nominated for an Emmy for a guest role on Mannix, she never won any type of major award for her acting.
    Her acting career lasted only fifteen years.
    Her voice was dubbed over by Honor Blackman for Jason and the Argonauts.
    In the Vincent Price stinker, Diary of a Madman, her chararcter was named, Odette Mallotte Duclasse.
    Despite doing a great deal of well received work on various television projects, she never got a chance to star on her on TV series.
    She changed the spelling of her last name from Kovach to Kovack for no particular reason.
    She enrolled at the University of Michigan at fifteen and graduated at nineteen.
    She was a professional disc jockey at age sixteen.
    She did sexy just about as well as it can be done.
    She acted in a variety of genres from westerns to horror to science fiction.
    She won eight beauty contests before she was twenty years old.
    She has kept her private life private.
    She's been married to her first and only husband since 1969.
    Her dance scene in Jason and the Argonauts and appearance on Star Trek TOS were very, very stimulating to put it very mildly.

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