Tuesday Weld

Tuesday Weld

American actress
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Tuesday Weld

Tuesday Weld (born Susan Ker Weld; August 27, 1943) is a retired American actress. She began acting as a child and progressed to mature roles in the late 1950s. She won a Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Female Newcomer in 1960. Over the following decade, she established a career playing dramatic roles in films.

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Full name at birth
Susan Ker Weld
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Claim to fame
Rock Rock Rock!
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Date of birth
27 August 1943
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Place of birth
New York City, New York, USA
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Age
78
Occupation
Former actress
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Height
5' 4" (163 cm)
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Weight
140 lbs (63.5 kg)
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Net worth
$5,000,000 USD
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High school
Hollywood High School, Hollywood, California, USA
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Talent agency
Michael Black Management, Inc.
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He walked into a room and everything stopped. Elvis was just so physically beautiful that even if he didn`t have any talent...just his face, just his presence. And he was funny, charming, and complicated, but he didn`t wear it on his sleeve. You didn`t see that he was complicated. You saw great needs.
  • The first year she was on the set of "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis", she was mobbed so much by the press that she finally cut them off entirely. The press then mutually decided to never mention her name again.
  • Turned down the role in "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" (1969).
  • As a 14 year old starlet, A Hollywood movie mag reported her measurements to be 36-19-35
  • In Tiny Tim`s recording of George M. Cohan`s song "Then I`d be Satisfied with Life" (on his 1968 album "God Bless Tiny Tim"), he changes the line "If Hettie Green would only be my wife" to "If Tuesday Weld would only be my wife".
  • The first year she was on the set of "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (1959) she was mobbed so much by the press that she finally cut them off entirely. After that her name was seldom mentioned when the show was written about.

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