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|Subject: More than half century later, Judy Holliday’s son recalls mom's brief life, bright career of tragic Oscar, Tony winner, from interview a few years ago. ...
Holliday son Jonathan Oppenheim, editor and producer, is now 67.
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Date Posted: Monday, June 08, 03:00:31pm
In reply to:
"What's My Line?"
's message, "Judy's last TV appearance (1963) ..." on Monday, June 08, 02:19:50pm
“My mother carved her own path. She had this sort of faith in her own talent and its uniqueness.
In a certain sense, that’s what I would want to convey to my daughter. The talent is very, very specific
and unique. Everyone has their own very unique, very specific thing, but it’s easy to overlook it,”
says Oppenheim, who is rarely asked for interviews about his mother. “She was able to be herself.
...Find herself. Find her talent.”