Nancy Kovack
American actress
Nancy Kovack
Nancy KovackBorn Nancy KovachTemplate:Safesubst:March 11, 1936 (age 76)Template:Safesubst:Flint, Michigan, United StatesDisappeared Template:Safesubst: Template:Safesubst:Died Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst:Resting place Template:Safesubst:Template:Safesubst:Years active 1959–1976Spouse Zubin Mehta (1969-present; 2 children) Nancy Kovack (born March 11, 1936) is a former American actress.
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Recognize This Dapper Dude?
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
He is known around the world for his epic role as Captain Kirk on "Star Trek," but William Shatner's career achievements stretch far beyond the galactic world. Although he was classically trained as a Shakespearean actor, he quickly moved onto the small screen and was dubbed the next Paul Newman by prominent director Tyrone Guthrie. Shatner has starred in commercials, written his own novel and recorded an album -- he really is a jack of all trades. In celebration of his 82nd birthday (on Mar. 22), we are taking a look back at a vintage picture of the Canadian actor. In this 1965 photograph Shatner is snapped with his date, actress Nancy Kovack (known for her roles on "I Dream of Jeannie" and "Bewitched"), on the red carpet. He looks suave in a tuxedo, while she shines in a sparkly dress and mod-looking jacket. We can't get enough of Kovack's 'do, but we also can't help but note Shatner's resemblance to a young George Clooney. Getty Images/Frank Edwards/Contributor ...
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Zubin Mehta: why I won't play Wagner - Jewish Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Personal life: Married to actrees Nancy Kovack. Two children from previous marriage to soprano Carmen Lasky. Holds American citizenship. It ended up being the victory concert, performed in Jerusalem at the end of six long days and nights
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Property transfers for April 23 - Canton Repository
Google News - almost 6 years
Nicole M. Weaver from Matthew Kovack and Nancy Kovack, 4213 Columbia Ave. NW, $63000. Cheryl L. Syx from Leo L. and Ruth J. Becherucci, 4937 Pond Drive NW, $151900. Eagle Circle Properties Ltd. from BLC Real Estate LLC, 4686 Eagle Circle NW, $200000
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NYTimes - almost 33 years
BROTHER ORCHIDS If a radiance pervades the north central Bronx these days, give the credit to the orchids. The orchids, in hues of yellow, pink, mauve, green, are under glass today through Sunday in the New York Botanical Garden's stately Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, Fordham Road and Southern Boulevard (220-8700). The orchid, for all its
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NYTimes - over 34 years
John Rockwell is a music critic for The New York Times. Carlo Maria Giulini looks like a reasonably close approximation of God - or at least a god envisioned by a Renaissance painter with an eye for modern-day Milanese fashion. Impossibly handsome, impeccably tailored, immemorially younger looking than his 68 years, he might seem perfectly suited
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Nancy Kovack
  • 1969
    Age 32
    In 1969, Kovack married conductor Zubin Mehta, then music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and later music director of the New York Philharmonic.
    More Details Hide Details Until 2006, the Mehtas spent some months of the year in residence in Munich, Germany, where Mr. Mehta was the Music Director of the Bavarian State Opera. Mehta is currently Music Director for life of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Main Conductor for Valencia's opera house. Mehta is also the chief conductor of the Maggio Musicale festival in Florence, Italy. Susan McDougal (of Whitewater controversy notoriety) worked as Kovack's personal assistant in the early 1990s. After her employment ended, Kovack took legal action against McDougal for alleged embezzlement. McDougal was acquitted in 1998 on all twelve charges. A suit by McDougal in 1999 for malicious prosecution ended in a settlement.
    In 1969 she was nominated for an Emmy for an appearance on Mannix.
    More Details Hide Details As her profile increased, Kovack began to gain roles in Hollywood movies, most notably as the high priestess Medea in Jason and the Argonauts (1963). She also had parts in Strangers When We Meet (1960), The Wild Westerners (1962), Diary of a Madman (1963) with Vincent Price, The Outlaws Is Coming (1965) with The Three Stooges, Sylvia (1965), The Great Sioux Massacre (1965), The Silencers (1966), Tarzan and the Valley of Gold (1966), Frankie and Johnny (1966), and Carl Reiner's directorial debut Enter Laughing (1967). On Broadway she appeared in The Disenchanted. Her last film role was in Marooned (1969), a science fiction drama. Credited as Nancy Mehta, she played the murder victim in the made-for-TV movie/series pilot Ellery Queen (also known as Too Many Suspects; 1975).
  • 1935
    Age -2
    Born on March 11, 1935.
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