Helena Kallianiotes Net Worth

Helena Kallianiotes was born on March 24, 1938, is Actress, Producer. Helena Kallianiotes was born in Greece. At age 10 she came to America and lived in Boston, Massachussetts. At 16 she started belly dancing in Boston night clubs. In 1958 she left Boston and worked as a belly dancer across the U.S. She settled in California, where she belly danced at The Greek Village on Hollywood Boulevard and in San Francisco. She also belly danced in Elko and Las Vegas, Nevada. She taught folk and belly dancing at The Intersection and owned a private skating ring, Skate Away, and a private supper club, Helena's. She began working with young artists, writers, and directors. In 2013 she executive-produced the short film The Pump and the Rose.
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Who is it? Actress, Producer
Birth Day March 24, 1938
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Actress, dancer, property manager

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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During the late 1960s, Helena Kallianiotes was the resident belly Dancer at The Intersection, a Greek restaurant in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. This engagement led to her first film appearance as an uncredited belly Dancer in the 1968 film Head, directed by Bob Rafelson and starring The Monkees. Kallianiotes was later cast in another Rafelson film Five Easy Pieces, starring Jack Nicholson and Karen Black, in which she played Palm Apodaca, a neurotic, foul-mouthed "butch" hitch-hiker, traveling with her companion played by Toni Basil. In 1972, Kallianiotes appeared in her most celebrated role as the ultra-aggressive roller derby skater Jackie Burdette in The Kansas City Bomber for which she received a Best Supporting Actress nomination for the 1973 Golden Globe Awards. Other film roles include Mata Hari in Shanks (1974), Elaine Reavis in The Drowning Pool (1975), Anita in Stay Hungry (1976), and the Visionary Woman in The Passover Plot (1976).