Kim Hunter

Biography

Kim Hunter (November 12, 1922 – September 11, 2002) 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 rece...

28 titles Acting

5.6

Out of the Cold

2001 · Elsa Lindepu

6.6

A Price Above Rubies

1998 · Rebbitzn

6.6

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

1997 · Betty Harty

5.7

Bloodlines: Murder in the Family

1993 · Vera Woodman

6.1

Two Evil Eyes Due occhi diabolici

1990 · Gloria Pym

5.8

Drop-Out Mother

1988 · Leona

5.6

The Kindred

1987 · Amanda Hollins

7.3

Skokie

1981 · Bertha Feldman

7.3

F.D.R.: The Last Year

1980 · Lucy Rutherford

6.5

The Golden Gate Murders

1979 · Sister Superior

4.5

Dark August

1976 · Adrianna Putnam

6.7

Unwed Father

1974 · Judy Simmons

6.6

Born Innocent

1974 · Mrs. Parker

6.9

Bad Ronald

1974 · Elaine Wilby

7.8

The Magician

1973 · Nora Coogan

6.3

Escape from the Planet of the Apes

1971 · Dr. Zira

5.7

In Search of America

1971 · Cora Chandler

6.1

Beneath the Planet of the Apes

1970 · Dr. Zira

8.0

Planet of the Apes

1968 · Zira

7.7

The Swimmer

1968 · Betty Graham

7.0

Lilith

1964 · Bea Brice

8.6

Give Us Barabbas!

1961 · Mara

6.3

Money, Women and Guns

1958 · Mary Johnston Kingman

6.7

The Young Stranger

1957 · Helen Ditmar

8.2

The Comedian

1957 · Julie Hogarth

The Dark Side of the Earth

1957 · Anna Rojas

8.7

Requiem for a Heavyweight

1956 · Grace Carney

7.1

Storm Center

1956 · Martha Lockridge

7.2

Deadline - U.S.A.

1952 · Nora Hutcheson

6.9

Anything Can Happen

1952 · Helen Watson

8.0

A Streetcar Named Desire

1951 · Stella Kowalski

8.1

A Matter of Life and Death

1946 · June

7.0

You Came Along

1945 · Frances Hotchkiss

6.7

When Strangers Marry

1944 · Millie Baxter

6.3

Tender Comrade

1943 · Doris Dumbrowski

6.9

The Seventh Victim

1943 · Mary Gibson