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The victim was a cotton-picker: part black, part Cherokee.The man was white - the son, probably, of the cotton fields' owner.And that was all by accident, on a friend's dare." Kitt travelled to Paris with Dunham's company. In 1951, Orson Welles cast her as Helen of Troy in his Parisian production of Dr Faustus, famously calling her "the most exciting woman in the world".Soon, she says, "the newspapers were picking me out of the company. The two were rumoured to be lovers, which Kitt denies.Eartha’s show was a big success and ran for 11 months.One night she was seen by an awestruck Welles who went on to offer her the role of Helen of Troy in a show he was producing which notably featured his own version of Faust.She's had true success with her own Grammy-nominated albums, stamping her indelible style on hits such as Santa Baby, C'est Si Bon and I Want to Be Evil.More recently, Kitt has given her voice to such characters as Yzma in Disney's The Emperor's New Groove, and she continues to sell out cabaret clubs on both sides of the Atlantic.
Legendary producer Ahmet Ertegun tried to transform her into, as she tells it, "the biggest blues singer in the world".The petite 22-year-old South Carolinian invariably draws applause by her singing of “Yo Creo Yo Tengo un Amor” (I Think I Have a Love), a song she wrote herself.Her brief recital between the dramatic portions of the production is certainly worth the price of admission.I was in a play and he'd just done his first film so we were both becoming known at that time.It was a good time."At only 25, Kitt was finding fame on Broadway in Mrs Patterson and finally with a succession of bestselling records.