Kim Novak – A Pictorial

 

“I don’t feel that I was a Hollywood-created star.” ~ Kim Novak

 

Kim Novak

 

“I loved acting, which was never about money, the fame. It was about a search for meaning. It was painful.” ~ Kim Novak

 

Kim Novak

 

“If you’re wanting glamorous or really beautiful or really sexy, well then, I wasn’t really the one, but I could do all of that. You could just get really lost in that kind of image.” ~ Kim Novak

 

Kim Novak

 

“I think it will be helpful to people because I know the expectations that are put on you as a sex symbol, and how Marilyn Monroe suffered and so on, and I was able to get free of that.” ~ Kim Novak

 

Kim Novak

 

“I had a lot of resentment for a while toward Kim Novak. But I don’t mind her anymore. She’s okay. We’ve become friends. I even asked her before this trip for some beauty tips.” ~ Kim Novak

 

Kim Novak

 

“I live way out in the country, so there’s not a lot of people around to remind me. And my friends don’t think of me as `Kim Novak` anymore anyway. It’s like they forgot, too. And so it’s nice.” ~ Kim Novak

 

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2 Responses to “Kim Novak – A Pictorial”

  1. […] Kim Novak, born February 13, 1933, is a retired American film and television actress. Novak is possibly best known for her dual role in the 1958 Alfred Hitchcock film “Vertigo”. She also appeared in “Picnic” (1955), “The Man with the Golden Arm” (1955), “Pal Joey” (1957), “Middle of the Night” (1959), “The Notorious Landlady” (1962), and “Kiss Me, Stupid” (1964). […]

  2. […] Kim Novak – A Pictorial “I live way out in the country, so there’s not a lot of people around to remind me. And my friends don’t think of me as `Kim Novak` anymore anyway. It’s like they forgot, too. And so it’s nice.” ~ Kim Novak […]

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