Judy Holliday was an illustrious American comedian, singer and actress. Before working in the Broadway musicals and plays she began her career as part of a nightclub act. She bagged in a ‘Golden Globe Award,’ and an ‘Academy Award’ for her performance in ‘Born Yesterday.’
During the 1950s, she appeared in a number of films. She hogged the limelight for her performance in ‘Bells Are Ringing,’ a Broadway musical, for which she also earned a ‘Tony Award.’ The role was reprised by her in the film adaption of the same in 1960.
Some of her popular films include ‘Phffft!,’ ‘Adam’s Rib,’ ‘It Should Happen To You,’ ‘Winged Victory,’ ‘The Solid Gold Cadillac,’ ‘Full of Life,’ ‘The Marrying Kind,’ ‘On The Town,’ and more. She also appeared on radio shows, including ‘The Big Show,’ ‘Ford Theatre,’ and ‘Hear It Show.’