Katharine Ross Wiki Net Worth Age Height Interesting Facts

Katharine Ross Wiki, Net Worth, Age, Height and Interesting Facts

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American actress best known for playing Elaine Robinson in The Graduate and Etta Place in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Her role in The Graduate earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and her role in Butch Cassidy earned her a BAFTA Award for Best Actress.

She acted in numerous stage productions in San Francisco before making it to the big screen.

She made appearances in the 1960’s TV series The Viginian, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, and Gunsmoke.

She was married to second husband Conrad Hall from 1970 to 1975. She and her fifth husband Sam Elliott met while filming the horror movie The Legacy. They have a daughter named Cleo Rose.

She played the love interest of Dustin Hoffman in the 1967 classic The Graduate.

Katharine Ross Wikipedia Net Worth
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Interesting Facts about Katharine Ross

Katharine Ross has a net worth of 20000000 US dollars.

She is 5 feet 5 inches tall, which translates to 166 cm.

Katharine Ross is 83 years old as of 2024. She was born in 1940.

Her place of birth is Los Angeles, CA, and her zodiac sign is Aquarius.

Katharine Ross wears a bra size 38C.

Personal Quotes by Katharine Ross

I’d like to be able to be like a director, like Richard Brooks, say. And be able to say, ‘I did my best, and this is it, and there’s nobody to blame but me.’

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I like to sit and talk to someone, and if they want to write about it, OK. But when it’s a chore, I have a choice. There’s a choice for all of us, including me.

Katharine Ross

Marriage is not different from a relationship.

Katharine Ross

The hardest thing about becoming famous is trying not to lose yourself. The thing I like best about it is the recognition of my work.

Katharine Ross

When I first came to Hollywood, I couldn’t afford a telephone.

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