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Nancy Kovack

Highest Rated:   100% Marooned (1969)
Lowest Rated:   50% Enter Laughing (1967)
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Alternately blonde and brunette, American actress Nancy Kovack entered films with a Columbia contract in 1960. She had several good scenes as an imbibing suburbanite in Strangers When We Meet (1960), was killed off after an elaborate strip-tease in the Dean Martin spy spoof The Silencers (1966) and at one point even got to play Medea, albeit briefly, in the juvenile-oriented adventure film Jason and the Argonauts (1963). One of Nancy's oddest (but best remembered) Columbia assignments was as Annie Oakley in the Three Stooges' western comedy The Outlaws is Coming (1965) - in which her leading man, a gun-shy Easterner, was a pre-Batman Adam West. Despite the seductive nature of many of her screen roles, Ms. Kovack offscreen was well known for her sturdy moral values and her unwillingness to be sucked in by the Hollywood "swingers" scene. Nancy Kovack married Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra conducter Zubin Mehta early in the '70s, briefly maintaining her career under her married name but ultimately giving up acting to become a charming and highly respected social leader in New York and Los Angeles musical circles.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
100% Marooned
  • Teresa Stone
1969
50% Enter Laughing
  • Miss B.
1967
No Score Yet The Silencers
  • Barbara
1966
No Score Yet Tarzan and the Valley of Gold
  • Sophia Renault
1966
No Score Yet Frankie and Johnny
  • Nellie Bly
1965
No Score Yet The Great Sioux Massacre
  • Libbie
1965
No Score Yet The Outlaws Is Coming!
  • Annie Oakley
1965
93% Jason and the Argonauts
  • Medea
1963
No Score Yet Diary of a Madman
  • Odette Mallotte
1963
No Score Yet Strangers When We Meet
  • Marcia
1960

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
78% Star Trek
1966-1969
  • Nona
  • 1968
No Score Yet Batman
1966-1968
  • Queenie
  • 1966

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