- Category : Entertainment-Actor-Actress
- Type : GE
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Revolution 2
American actress, singer and dancer who first danced in concerts and operas. She became a Broadway star after performing in "Silk Stockings," 1955 and "Li'l Abner," 1956. She held the position of dance director at Universal Studios and played in "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers," 1954. In 1959 she received a Tony for her performance in "Marriage-Go-Round." In the 1960s, she broke into the world of TV by starring as Cat woman on "Batman." She looks great and is physically fit.
She married once, in 1973 at age 40, and had one child, born deaf in 1982, when she was 49. In 1983 she began a difficult period; her son developed meningitis on top of an already existing heart condition, as well as Down's Syndrome; her marriage fell apart; and she herself got sick. In 1988 she returned to the mainstream with the aid of her 27-year old lover, manager and publicist Hal Lifson.