Batman’ and ‘In Like Flint’ megastar, Jean Hale Coleman has handed on at the age of 82..”
Jean who tussled among James Coburn’s character within the undercover agent spoof In Like Flint and portrayed the hatcheck-woman associate of David Wayne’s Mad Hatter on TV’s Batman, died of natural reasons on August three. Her own family introduced her demise on Monday September 27..”
The late actress became married to actor Dabney Coleman, with whom she had 3 kids; Quincy, Randy and Kelly from 1961 until their 1984 divorce.
Jean commenced her Hollywood career as a version, however within the early ’60s, she become spotted through actress Sandra Dee’s agent Len Luskin while she strolled down NYC’s Fifth Avenue. She then signed a settlement with 20th Century Fox and made her display screen debut in the 1963 film “Violent Midnight..”
Before performing, Hale attended the University of Utah and earned a diploma in ballet earlier than additionally attending Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York for a period. After she finished her studies, she modeled for the Conover Agency and the Huntington Hartford Agency.
She also graduated from the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York. Hale studied beneath acclaimed filmmakers such as Sydney Pollack, Martha Graham, James Caan, Jerry Weintraub, Jessica Walter, Christopher Lloyd, Brenda Vaccaro and her then-future husband.
She appeared in different productions together with 1964’s “Taggart” and 1967’s “The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.” On tv, she made visitor appearances on collection including “Perry Mason,” “The Alfred Hitchcock Hour,” “Bonanza,” “The Fugitive” and “Hawaii Five-O..”