Nancy Kovack

(1935)
Birth Name: Nancy Kovack
Date of Birth: 11/03/1935
Height: 5' 8½" (1.74 m)

A native of Flint, Michigan, Nancy Kovack was a student at the University of Michigan at 15, a radio deejay at 16, a college grad at 19 and the holder of eight beauty titles by 20. Her professional acting career began on TV in New York, first as one of Jackie Gleason's "Glea Girls" and then, more prominently, on "The Dave Garroway Show" (1953), "The "Today" (1952) Show" and "Beat the Clock" (1950). A stage role opened Hollywood doors for Kovack, who signed with Columbia. She later racked up an impressive list of episodic TV credits, and was Emmy-nominated for a 1969 guest shot on "Mannix" (1967). The wife of world-renowned maestro Zubin Mehta of New York Philharmonic fame, Kovack publicly alleges that she was recently bamboozled (to the tune of $150,000) by Susan McDougal, a central figure in the Whitewater scandal.

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