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Dolores Hart Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 1938
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Dolores Hart was raised by her grandparents in Chicago. Not yet out of her teens, Hart was discovered by producer Hal Wallis, who cast her as [[Performer~P107032~Elvis~elvispresley]]' new leading lady in both [[Feature~V30401~Loving You~lovingyou]] (1957) and [[Feature~V27384~King Creole~kingcreole]] (1959). She appeared on Broadway in 1959's [[Feature~V106259~The Pleasure of His Company~thepleasureofhiscompany]], then returned to Hollywood for her best remembered film, [[Feature~V54229~Where the Boys Are~wheretheboysare]] (1960). Her pious, reverent comments to interviewers while filming 1961's [[Feature~V92287~Francis of Assisi~francisofassisi]] may have seemed like so much hype to Tinseltown cynics; but as it turned out, Hart's religiosity was very real. In 1963, Dolores Hart gave up her $50,000-per-picture career to enter a Benedictine order of nuns in Connecticut; after several years' probation as sister Judith, she matriculated to "Mother Dolores," which she remains to this day. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi