( b. Mar 25, 1944 Chester, Pennsylvania, USA - d. Aug 07, 2013 Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA ) Female
In 1964 and '65, Kelly Garrett appeared four times on the nationally syndicated television musical-variety program, "Shindig." That was followed by appearances on "Your Hit Parade," "Headliners with David Frost," "The Jim Nabors Show," "The Dean Martin Comedy Hour," "The Joey Bishop Show," "Playboy After Dark" and 29 turns on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."
Among the songs Garrett recorded were "Baby It Hurts," "Tommy Makes Girls Cry," "Leavin' on My Mind," "Love's the Only Answer," "Nothing Left to Give," "You Step into My World" and "As Far as We Can Go."
In the 1970s, Garrett moved to New York to try her talents on Broadway. She won critical acclaim for her musical performances in Mother Earth (1972) and The Night That Made America Famous (1975), and she earned a Tony Award nomination for the latter.
Although she never made a feature film, Garrett sang an Oscar-nominated song, "Richard's Window" from "The Other Side of the Mountain," at the 1976 Academy Awards ceremony.