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Sally Kellerman
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Height
5' 10"
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Spouse
Jonathan D. Krane (1980 - present)
'Rick Edelstein' (1970 - 1975) (divorced); 4 step daughters
'?' (? - ?) (divorced); 1 daughter

Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:

To many moviegoers, she'll always be remembered as "Hot Lips" Houlihan, the uptight, sexually repressed but desirable Army nurse in Robert Altman's MASH (1970). By that time, the tall, husky-voiced blonde with the wry, wide-mouthed smile had been toiling in bit parts for more than a decade, from the exploitativeReform School Girls (1957) to the mainstream The Boston Strangler (1968). Her turn as "Hot Lips" earned Kellerman an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress and made her, if not a major star, a popular and always welcome screen personality. She appeared in Altman's Brewster McCloud (1970), The Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972), the ill-fated Lost Horizon (1973, in which she sang-and came off better than most of her costars), Slither (also 1973), Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins (1975), The Big Bus (1976), Welcome to L.A (1977), A Little Romance (1979), Foxes, Serial and Loving Couples (all 1980), among others, before taking a hiatus from movie work. She returned to the screen in the mid 1980s, playing a college professor who falls for Rodney Dangerfield in Back to School Julie Andrews' flaky neighbor in That's Life! (both 1986), a dead porno star who coaches a lovesick lad in Meatballs III (1987), and the distaff half of Boris and Natasha (1992), the longunreleased live-action "comedy" based on characters from the old "Rocky and Bullwinkle" cartoon show. During that period she most frequently appeared in movies packaged and/or produced by her husband, Jonathan Krane. Kellerman's sensual voice is often heard behind major TV commercials, and in a well-received cabaret act. She also provided voices for the animated features The Mouse and His Child (1977) and Happily Ever After (1990). Other credits include Percy Adlon's Younger and Younger (1993) and Altman's Ready to Wear/Prąt-ź-Porter (1994).

Sally Kellerman stared in:

Title Year Saw with/at: Own On? Rating
M*A*S*H 1970 Yale Film Soc. *
A Little Romance 1979 Saw 4 times in theatre Digital *****
Back To School 1986 With Jessica *** 1/2
That's Life! 1986 With Jessica *