Princess Livingston was born on Aug 10, 1900 in USA. Princess Livingston's big-screen debut came with Wild Gals of the Naked West directed by Russ Meyer in 1962.
Princess Livingston may not have had a long and extensive career in motion pictures, but her distinctive looks and wacky demeanor made her a delightful and unforgettable presence in the regrettably few films that she did appear in. Livingston was born on August 10, 1900 in Queens, New York. She began her career in show business in the 1940's as a burlesque comedienne in which she usually performed comic routines with a male partner. Livingston was running a motel in Hollywood prior to being cast in her first movie as the scary woman in the saloon in Russ Meyer's Wild Gals of the Naked West (1962). Livingston went on to act in a few more films for Meyer; she's especially memorable as the zany red-haired woman dancing wildly at Z-Man's decadent party in the outrageous camp cult classic Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970). Livingston died at age 76 on October 29, 1976 in Los Angeles County, California.
BirthdayAug 10, 1900
Place of BirthQueens, New York, USA