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Birthday: 20.11.1925 year
Place of birth: Cleveland, Oh, USA
Citizenship: United States
Original name: Catherine Gloria Balotta
Comic actress of the American theater and television.
Age may be a serious problem for the model, but the Actresses – at least moderately talented, even at an advanced age fails to demonstrate a high class game. Kaye Ballard first tried his hand as a comedian in 20 years; not left her acting career she is 70.
She was born Kay – then still called ‘Catherine Gloria Balotta’ – in Cleveland, Ohio; she was one of four children of Italian immigrants, Lena and Vincenzo Balotta.
In the musical Comedy Kay came back in the 40’s; she started touring with the team of spike Jones. Pretty soon it became clear that the talent for what you do have Ballard has she copes with purely physical aspects of Comedy and dialogues. After some time, Ballard was able to gain a foothold both on stage and in television. On a small screen, Kay made his debut in the project, Henry Morgan ‘Henry Morgan’s Great Talent Hunt’ – a short-lived show on NBC that first aired January 26, 1951.
In 1954 Kaye Ballard was the first singer who recorded the song ‘In Other Words’ (also known as ‘Fly Met to the Moon’).
In 1957, Kaye Ballard and Alice Ghostly played the evil stepsisters in a TV project of Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II ‘Cinderella’; the role of the Cinderella in the telecast went to Julie Andrews. In 1962, Kay played Lucy van pelt on the LP ‘Peanuts’; the role of Charlie brown was played by Arthur Siegel. The basis of the drive lay a few strips from a pretty popular series.
In 1964, Kay had a small part in the project ‘The Patty Duke Show’; she played the teacher of the aspiring models. In the period from 1967 to 1969 Ballard played one of the main characters – Kay, Buell – Comedy series ‘The Mothers-in-Law’.
From 1970 to 1972 Ballard has appeared regularly in ‘The Doris Days Show’; here he played the owner of the restaurant. It is known that Kay had a chance to act in American TV game show ‘Match Game’; in 1977, Ballard even appeared as a guest star in ‘the Muppet Show’.
Of particular interest at the time caused the image of the medium of kleptomanka from the TV series ‘Alice’ and a project role of ‘Daddy Dearest’ with Richard Lewis and Don Reklam.
Considerable success it has achieved in stage career, on Broadway, she shone as Helen from ‘The Golden Apple’, Rosalie from ‘Carnival!’, Ruth from ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ and Molly from the same setting. That is Kaye Ballard was the first performer of the role of the Countess (the Countess) in ‘Reuben, Reuben’.
In long beach, CA Ballard played Mama Morton in a production of ‘Chicago’ and Pauline in ‘No No Nanette’.
In 1998, Kay received the role of Hattie Walker in the interpretation of performances of Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Follies’; in addition, Ballard got the role of Molly Goldberg in the musical, filmed based on the popular serials and, alas, were absolutely disastrous.
In 2006, Kaye Ballard finished work on an autobiographical work; it was called ‘How I Lost 10 Pounds in 53 Years.
Some time Ballard had to fight with breast cancer; fortunately, of the difficult struggle the actress got a winner.
Married Kaye Ballard never was; at the moment, the actress lives in Rancho Mirage, California. It is known that the house Kay had once belonged to her friend desi Arnaz.