Kim Hunter (Actress), born on November 12, 1922 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Kim Hunter's age 95 years (at death) & Zodiac Sign Scorpio, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Kim Hunter?
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Kim Hunter Height
5 ft 4 in (161 cm/)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||5 ft 4 in|
|Height (in Centimeters)||161 cm|
|Height (in Meters)|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||52 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||115 lbs|
Kim Hunter Body Measurements
Kim Hunter's full body measurements are .
Kim Hunter FAQs
What happened to Kim Hunter?
She died in New York City on September 11, 2002, of a heart attack at the age of 79. Her ashes were given to her daughter — an attorney, civic leader, and former judge in Connecticut — after cremation.
Who is Kim Hunter in real life?
Australian actress Lisa Solberg plays Kim Hunter in both FIFA 18 and 19’s ‘The Journey’. She talks to FTBL Life about her increasing role in the game, the process behind the production and becoming one of the female faces of the FIFA series.
Is Kim Hunter still alive?
September 11, 2002
How old is Kim Hunter?
79 years (1922–2002)
Kim Hunter was an American film, theatre, and television actress. She won both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award, each as Best Supporting Actress, for her performance as Stella Kowalski in the 1951 film A Streetcar Named Desire. Decades later, she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for her work on the long-running soap opera The Edge of Night. She also portrayed the character of chimpanzee Zira in the first three installments of the original film adaptation Planet of the Apes. Hunter was born in Detroit, Michigan, the daughter of Grace Lind, who was trained as a concert pianist, and Donald Cole, a refrigeration engineer. She attended Miami Beach High School. Hunter’s first film role was in the 1943 film noir, The Seventh Victim, and her first starring role was in the 1946 British fantasy film A Matter of Life and Death. In 1947, she was Stella Kowalski on stage in the original Broadway production of A Streetcar Named Desire. Recreating that role in the 1951 film version, Hunter won both the Academy and Golden Globe awards for Best Supporting Actress. In the interim, however, in 1948, she had already joined with Streetcar co-stars Marlon Brando, Karl Malden, and 47 others, to become one of the first members accepted by the newly created Actors Studio.Read Full Biography Wikipedia