January 2, 2011 by Post Team
Kim Novak, Kim Novak (born February 13, 1933) is an American actress. She is best known for her performance in the classic 1958 film Vertigo. Novak retired from acting in 1991 and has since become an accomplished artist in oil paintings.  She currently lives with her husband on a ranch veterinarian at Eagle Point, Oregon, where they raise cattle.
Kim Novak was born Marilyn Pauline Novak in Chicago, Illinois, Joseph Novak and Novak Blanche Marie (nee Král). His parents were second generation immigrants Czech. His father was a railway employee and former teacher and his mother was also a former teacher.
While studying at David Glasgow Farragut High School, she won a scholarship to the Art Institute of Chicago. After leaving school, she began a career as a fashion model teen to a local store. She then received a scholarship in a modeling academy and continued part-time model. She worked as an elevator operator, a clerk and a dental assistant.
After a job touring the country as a spokesman for a manufacturer of refrigerators, “Miss Deepfreeze,” Novak moved to Los Angeles where she continues to find work as a model.
In December 2001, his home in Oregon was robbed of more than 200,000 dollars and guns and tools. Three men were arrested and charged with burglary, theft and conspiracy .
In 2006, Novak was injured in a riding accident. She had a punctured lung, broken ribs and nerve damage, but made a full recovery within one year .
Novak is an artist who paints in watercolor and oil as well as sculpture creation, the design of stained glass, poetry and photography .
Novak has been married to veterinarian Dr. Robert Malloy (born 1940) since March 12, 1976. The couple lives on a ranch where they raise horses and llamas. Novak has two stepchildren .
Novak has been married to British actor Richard Johnson of March 15, 1965, to April 23, 1966. The two remained friends. Novak also dated Sammy Davis Jr. in the late 1950s and the actor Michael Brandon in the 1970s.   she was engaged to director Richard Quine in the early 1960s
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