Kitty O'Neil, a famous American stuntwoman and actress who was deaf from a young age, was commemorated by Google on her 77th birthday anniversary with a doodle featuring her in a yellow jumpsuit.
aShe went on to become one of Hollywood’s most famous stunt drivers.
Google celebrated Kitty O’Neil’s 77th birth anniversary with a doodle that depicted her in a yellow jumpsuit.
Despite being deaf since childhood, she became a well-known stunt driver in Hollywood and held the women’s absolute land speed record until 2019.
Kitty O’Neil was an American stuntwoman and actor who was born in Texas in 1946.
She became deaf at a young age due to contracting multiple diseases.
Despite this, she went on to become one of Hollywood’s most recognized stunt drivers and performers, appearing as a stunt double in several movies and shows.
In 1976, O’Neil set the women’s absolute land speed record driving a hydrogen peroxide-powered three-wheeled rocket car, reaching an average speed of 825.
Google Doodle celebrates 77th birth anniversary of late Kitty O'Neil
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