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Marilyn Pauline " Kim " Novak born February 13, is a retired American film and television actress. Novak began her film career in after signing with Columbia Pictures , starring in numerous movies, including Picnic Although still only in her mids, Novak withdrew from acting in and has only sporadically worked in films since. She appeared in The Mirror Crack'd , and had a regular role on the primetime series Falcon Crest — She works currently as a painter and visual artist.

Kim Novak Opens Up: 'I Think I'm Appreciated More Now'

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Kim Novak was among Hollywood's most enigmatic sex symbols of the '50s and early '60s. Blonde and beautiful, she exuded a daunting intellectual chilliness and an underlying passionate heat that made her especially alluring. One of the last of the studio-made stars, she rebelled against her "manufactured" image, struggling to be seen as more than just another brainless glamour gal. Novak brought to many of her roles a certain melancholic reluctance about freeing up her character's sensuality. It seemed as if her beauty was a burden, not an asset. Before she was discovered in Los Angeles by Columbia Pictures helmer Harry Cohn who chose her as a replacement for his increasingly difficult and rebellious reigning screen goddess Rita Hayworth , Novak worked odd jobs that included sales clerk, elevator operator, and a spokesmodel for a refrigerator company. Cohn signed her to his studio around

60 years later, Kim Novak reflects on ‘Vertigo’

Novak, who turned 85 on Tuesday, had recently broken her left wrist — her painting hand — but was compelled enough to give it a try with her right. The box office was disappointing. So it was constantly fighting to keep some aspect of yourself, trying to keep some of you. You feel: There must have been something in you that they liked, and yet they wanted to change you. She had a three-year run as the top female star but left the movie business in , returning only occasionally.
If I do what you tell me, will you love me? In reality, the plea was all too personal for Novak, the platinum blonde who during a string of hit films in the s and '60s endured Hollywood's constant makeovers: to her hair, her clothes, her figure. She became, to critics and audiences, a sex symbol -- and little more.