Julie graduated John Marshall High School in L.A in 1951.
Julie had 37" legs.
Julie had an I.Q of 135.
Julie and Jim Belushi have apprently settled their neighborhood feud and she made a guest appearance on his show, According to Jim, on February 28, 2006.
Julie once appeared as the Mystery Guest on an episode of What's My Line?
Politically, Julie is a liberal Democrat.
Former Mission: Impossible star Peter Graves also lives near Julie in her Brentwood neighborhood.
Julie once campaigned against noisy leaf blowers in her neighborhood.
Julie's brother, George Newmeyer, once ran for Congress but lost.
Sadly, Julie has had a long-standing feud with next-door neighbor Jim Belushi. Belushi filed suit against Julie in November of 2004 for the sum of 4 million dollars alleging harassment and defamation of character. The case is still pending as of last word.
Julie began working in the real estate business in the 80's to supplement her show biz income.
Julie said it was fun being nasty and mean on Batman.
Julie graduated from John Marshall High School in Los Angeles in 1951.
Julie had never heard of the character of Catwoman when she was asked to play the role.
Julie played the sexiest devil in TV history on an episode of the Twilight Zone entitled Of Late, I Think of Cliffordville.
Julie played a rather nasty mute Apache woman in 1969's Mackenna's Gold. It was because of shooting on this film that she couldn't reprise her role as Catwoman.
Julie appeared in Playboy twice in the 1970's.
Julie currently resides in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles.
In an interview, Julie stated that the reason she still looks good is because she never stopped dancing.
Julie appeared in the George Michael video Too Funky back in the 80's.
Julie's only child, son John Jewl Smith, is deaf and suffers from Down's Syndrome.
Julie was married to John Holt Smith from 1977 to 1983.
Julie's brother, a fan of Batman, encouraged her to take the role of Catwoman.
Julie won a Tony Award in 1959 for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the play, The Marriage-Go-Round. She would later reprise her role in the movie version.
Julie's father was a college professor and her mother was a former Ziegfield Follies dancer.
Julie's measurements are 37-23-37 according to Celebrity Sleuth magazine.
Julie is 5 feet 11 inches tall.
Julie once said in an interview that the greatest compliment anyone could give her is to say that she's funny.
Julie once said her favorite TV role was that of Rhoda the Robot on My Living Doll.
Julie briefly dated Warren Beatty in the early 60's.
Julie was engaged to famed Western novelist Louis L'Amour for a time in the 1950's.
The first film role which got Julie noticed was the 1954 musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.
Julie is an avid bridge player.
Julie was unable to reprise her role as Catwoman for Batman's final season due to the fact that she was busy making a movie. She was replaced by Eartha Kitt.
Julie reprised her stage role of Stupefyin' Jones in L'il Abner for the movie version of the play.
Julie and Tina Louise of Gilligan's Island fame once shared a dressing room when they appeared in the Broadway play L'il Abner together.
Julie: (on how she got the role of Catwoman on "Batman") had lived in New York at the time on Beekman Place. I remember it was a weekend, Friday or Saturday, and my brother had come down from Harvard with five or six of his friends, and we were all sitting around the sofa, just chatting away, when the phone rang. I got up and answered it, and it was this agent or someone in Hollywood, who said, 'Miss Newmar, would you like to play Catwoman on the "Batman" series? They are casting it out here.' I was insulted because he said, 'It starts Monday.' I said, 'What is this?' That's how television is done: they never know what they are doing until yesterday. Well, my brother lept off the sofa. I mean he physically levitated and said, 'Batman! That's the favorite show at Harvard. We all quit our classes and quit our studies and run into the TV room and watch this show.' I said, 'They want me to play Catwoman.' He said, 'Do it!' So, I said, 'OK, I'll do it.'
Julie: Star Trek - oh my goodness, what a following that show has! I get asked about it all the time, and I receive lots of fan mail from it, even though I only did one episode.
Julie: It was so wonderful being on 'Batman,' because you could be nasty and mean, and in the fifties women could never (unless you were some 'B' picture actress) be mean, bad, and nasty. It was so satisfying; I can't tell you how satisfying it was.
Julie: I'm magnificent. I'm five feet, eleven inches and I weigh 135 lbs., and I look like a racehorse.
Julie: Tell me I'm beautiful, it's nothing. Tell me I'm intellectual, I know it. Tell me I'm funny and it's the greatest compliment in the world.