Kathryn Hays was born on 26th July, in Princeton, Illinois, in 1933.
Biography and Career
Kathryn hays was born in Princeton, but grew up in Joliet,m Illinois. Her first television appearance was in 'The Merv Griffith Show' (1966), where she appeared as herself, and later on, in 'The Hollywood Squares' (1967), with guest appearances in 15 episodes.
Following these appearances, Kathryn appeared in more than 50 television series, including 'The High Chapparal' (1968) , 'Star Trek' (1968) , 'This Savage Land' (1968), 'Run for Your Life' (1966), 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E' (1965), 'The Alfred Hitchcock Tour' (1965), 'Cade's Country' (1972), and 'Night Gallery' (1972). She received an Emmy Award nomination for her appearance in Star Trek, and since then, the show's creator, had be
en writing roles for her in every project he had.
Her most notable television credit is her role as Kim Hughes in CBS' 'As The World Turns', for 36 years. The show had a 30th Anniversary show in 1986.
Kathryn's feature film credits include starring roles in 'Countrepoint' (1967), 'Yuma' (1971), 'Ride Beyond Vengeance' (1966) and 'Lady Bug, Lady Bug' (1963).
Her work on stage has also received much acclaim, where she had feature roles for 'Mary, Mary' with Barbara Bel Geddes and Barry Nelson, and 'The Irregular Verb to Love' with Claudette Colbert and Cyril Ritchard. Additional theatre credit include 'A Little Night Music' in New York, and 'Follies'.
Kathryn had married and divorced 3 times. Her most notable marriage was to Glenn Ford, to whom she was married from 1966 to 1969. She currently stays in 3 homes located Manhattan, Connecticut, and Brideport.
Birth Name: Kay Piper
Height: 5' 6' (170cm)
Why do we like Kathryn Hays?
We like Kathryn Hays as she is a very talented actress on stage, film and television.
Why is Kathryn Hays Famous?
Kathryn Hays is famous, as she has won the Soap Opera Digest Award for Editor's Choice in 1998, for Outstanding Lead Actress: Daytime in 1991 and for Outstanding Support Actress: Daytime in 1990.
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