Kay Medford

Kay Medford

Highest Rated: 93% Funny Girl (1968)

Lowest Rated: 0% Windows (1980)

Birthday: Sep 14, 1914

Birthplace: Not Available

A former nightclub waitress, comedienne Kay Medford made sporadic film appearances from 1942 through 1978. Medford performed a London cabaret act in 1950, one year before making her Broadway bow in the musical Paint Your Wagon. She won the Theatre World Award for her work in the 1955 play Lullaby. Medford is most fondly remembered for re-creating her Broadway role as Rose Brice in Funny Girl onto the Big Screen, for which she was Oscar-nominated. Kay Medford's TV series work included a season as Aunt Harriet in the John Forsythe sitcom To Rome With Love (1970), and her comedy-ensemble contributions to Dean Martin's various variety series of the early 1970s.

Highest Rated Movies



0% Windows Ida Marx 1980
No Score Yet Fire Sale Ruth Fikus 1977
No Score Yet Lola (Twinky) Scott's Mother 1972
No Score Yet No Place to Run Landlady 1972
No Score Yet Angel in My Pocket Racine 1969
93% Funny Girl Rose Brice 1968
No Score Yet The Busy Body Ma Norton 1967
40% A Fine Madness Mrs. Fish 1966
No Score Yet Ensign Pulver Head Nurse 1964
47% Butterfield 8 Happy 1960
No Score Yet The Rat Race Soda 1960
No Score Yet Jamboree Grace Shaw 1958
87% A Face in the Crowd First Mrs. Rhodes 1957
No Score Yet Singing In The Dark Luli 1956
No Score Yet Guilty Bystander Angel 1950
No Score Yet The Undercover Man Gladys LaVerne 1949
No Score Yet Tap Roots Caller 1948
No Score Yet Adventure Red 1945
No Score Yet Mrs. Parkington Minnie 1944
No Score Yet Meet the People Mrs. Smith 1944
No Score Yet Lost Angel Operator 1943
No Score Yet The War Against Mrs. Hadley Actor 1943
No Score Yet Pilot No. 5 Secretary 1943
No Score Yet Slightly Dangerous Girl Getting off Bus 1943
89% Random Harvest Wife 1942


No Score Yet House Calls
Mrs. Micklewhite 1980
No Score Yet Barney Miller
Irene Lila Wakeman Mrs. Kamen 1980
No Score Yet Kojak
No Score Yet Marcus Welby, M.D.
No Score Yet The Partridge Family
Gloria Neugast 1971


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