The 50’s actress Julie Newmar is the original Catwoman known for appearing in the 1960s Television series Batman. Similarly, Newmar repeats her role by providing the voices for animation films Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman Vs. Two-Face.

The actress Julie is widely obtaining from her incredible acting skills. She is living a limelight life via her successful professional career. But, what about Julie’s details? Is she living a single life following the divorce from her first husband? Know about Julie’s love life.

Julie Newmar’s Seven Years Long Marital Relationship

The Star Trek: The Original series actress Julie, 88, was married to J. Holt Smith. J. Holt is a lawyer by profession.

The original Catwoman, Julie Newmar and lawyer J. Holt Smith were married from August 5, 1977, to 1984
Image: The original Catwoman, Julie Newmar and lawyer J. Holt Smith were married from August 5, 1977, to 1984
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How and when Newmar and Smith met one another is unclear. But, it seems like the duo dated several months before exchanging the wedding vows on August 5, 1977, in New York. The detailed information regarding their wedding is missing.

Following the 1977 marriage, Julie and J. Holt shared a good bond as perfect married partners. However, in 1984, the married duo ended their beautiful marital life. Julie and J. Holt divorced after seven years long marital relationship. Additionally, the information regarding their separation is missing.

Julie Newmar Is Mother To Son

The 5-feet-11-inch (180 cm) tall actress Julie gave birth to her and her then-husband’s son John Jewl Smith on February 25, 1981. John was born with Down Syndrome. Later, he suffered from hearing impairment at three in 1983.

Julie Newmar with her son John Jewl Smith. John has down syndrome and hearing
Snap: Julie Newmar with her son John Jewl Smith. John has down syndrome and hearing impairment.
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The 40-years-old John Jewl currently lives with her mother, Julie. Despite his health problems, he is working as an artist. On March 5, 2016, Newmar revealed that her son started working as an artist through a Facebook post.

Julie wrote, “John Jewl Smith (my son), began life as an artist. Though deaf, he was encouraged by two gifted teachers to embark on a path of lively imagery out of his unique vision. A primary inspiration for John is his mother’s nationally recognized garden where he paints en Plein air.”

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