Hildy Parks

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Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Actress-cum-writer Hildy Parks was born in Washington, D.C. in 1926. She pursued acting following her graduation from the University of Virginia and made her New York stage debut in the role of Curley's wife in "Of Mice and Men" at the New School in the late 40s. From 1947 to 1957, she appeared in a number of productions on Broadway, including "Bathsheba" opposite James Mason, "Magnolia Alley," "Summer and Smoke" and "The Tunnel of Love." In London she appeared in "Mister Roberts" as the only female member of the cast. Read more...