Jill Haworth

Born Aug 15, 1945

Valerie Jill Haworth was an English actress. She appeared in films throughout the 1960s, and started making guest appearances on television in 1963. She also originated the role of Sally Bowles in the musical Cabaret on Broadway in 1966. Haworth was born in Hove, Sussex, to a textile magnate father and a mother who trained as a ballet dancer. She was named Valerie Jill in honor of the day she was born, Victory over Japan Day or V.J. Day.… Read More

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1945 Birth Born on August 15, 1945.
1953 7 Years Old She took ballet lessons at the prestigious Sadler's Wells Ballet School to escape from an unhappy home when her parents separated in 1953. … Read More


1960 14 Years Old She and Mineo appeared on the front cover of the 12 December 1960 issue of LIFE, part of a photo essay by Gjon Mili. … Read More
1964 18 Years Old …  Their relationship as a couple ended on Valentine's Day 1964 when she discovered Sal was having an affair with Bobby Sherman. … Read More
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In 1965, she appeared in an episode of The Rogues entitled "Mr. White's Christmas" as Timothea, and really loved working with David Niven and Charles Boyer. … Read More


1966 20 Years Old …  She played Sally Bowles in the original Broadway cast of the 1966 musical Cabaret, a part she played for almost two and a half years. Judi Dench took over the role when the production debuted in London in 1968.
1969 23 Years Old Their friendship led to a brief resumption of a sexual relationship in 1969, but after she got pregnant in September and had an abortion, they went back to being just friends. … Read More


2011 65 Years Old Haworth lived in New York City's Upper East Side for many years with her mother. She died of natural causes at the age of 65 on 3 January 2011 in Manhattan. … Read More
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