1928 Kathleen Hughes
This article is about the American actress. For the leader in the Relief Society, see Kathleen H. Hughes. For the Irish historian, see Kathleen Hughes (historian).
Kathleen Hughes (born November 14, 192 is an American film, stage, and television actress from Hollywood, California.
She was discovered in a Little Theater production in 1948. Signed to a seven-year contract with 20th Century Fox, she made fourteen films for the studio. She appeared in five motion pictures for Universal Studios, including the cult film, It Came From Outer Space. Released on May 27, 1953, the sci fi feature was adapted from the writing of Ray Bradbury. It was Universal's first entry into the 3D Film medium.
Had scenes in "Ironweed", "Revenge" and "The Couch Trip" that were all cut out before their releases. Niece of screenwriter F. Hugh Herbert.
She considers The Glass Web (1953), with Edward G. Robinson, her best film. Hughes credits actor Paul Henreid with giving her the major break in her career. This came when he chose her for the role of the stunning blonde in the movie, For Men Only (1952). The film is also known as The Tall Lie.