Piotrowsky shared a touching statement about McGuire on Twitter late Wednesday evening. Since the hurricane, Kim became an accomplished author with her dear husband Gene by her side and publishing books of his own.
Marilyn Beck, "Beresford slight disturbs Zanuck". Today is a very sad day. " Other critics were no less descriptive, and variously described her as "a hideously contorted floozy" (New York Times), "gorgeously grotesque" (Newsweek), "a character with a mug like silly putty with eyes" (The Advocate), and "a sort of junior Margaret Hamilton" (Atlanta Journal Constitution).
Notwithstanding the quirkiness of the series, she grasped the opportunity to break away from her Hatchetface image. "Cry-Baby casting creative - or is it bizarre?".
Kim McGuire, the actress who played Mona "Hatchet-Face" Malnorowski in the 1990 John Waters movie "Cry-Baby," died Sept. 14, 2016, according to multiple news sources.
Kim McGuire, Who Played Hatchet-Face In 'Cry-Baby,' Dead At 60.
May the God of tender mercies bring comfort to the family.
Ivor Davies, "From 'Twin Peaks' to 'On the Air' with weirdness intact". ", "My condolences to the family. In September 2002, they became members of a local theatre group, the Mississippi Repertory Theatre Company, McGuire in the capacity of legal counsel, and Piotrowsky as director of marketing and advertising. In December 1997, she was admitted to the California State Bar and began working as an attorney in Los Angeles, specialising in entertainment and appellate law. "YOU SHINED SO BRIGHTLY IN THIS LIFE KIM.  Prospective candidates were invited to send a recent photograph to "Cry-Baby Productions, 222 St. Paul Pl., Baltimore, MD, 21201. Nationality: American. When McGuire, 60, died of complications from pneumonia Wednesday at the Physicians Regional Hospital Pine Ridge campus in North Naples, it was a surprise to everyone. Place of Death: Naples, Florida, United States.
Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Kim McGuire (1 Dec 1955–14 Sep 2016), Find a Grave Memorial no. Kathy O'Malley and Hanke Gratteau, "O'Malley & Gratteu, Inc". Like Cry-Baby, the latter series was set in the 1950s; McGuire played the role of Nicole Thorne, a "shrewish publicist" to a television executive.
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Shortly after the tragedy, they relocated to Mississippi and then eventually to Naples, Florida. ", By the mid-1990s, McGuire had all but given up on her film career. 
" To find a suitable actress, Waters placed a print advertisement that simply requested: "Wanted: Girl with a good body and an alarming face who is proud of it". Today is National Voter Registration Day! Full Name: Kim Diane McGuire. Kim and Gene were living in New Orleans at the time and unfortunately lost everything in the hurricane. Her facial features were greatly exaggerated with makeup and prosthetics for the part.
Mark Sauer, "Survivors outside New Orleans feel they're forgotten".
Kim McGuire, known for her iconic character Mona “Hatchet-Face” Malnorowski in John Waters’ cult musical comedy “Cry-Baby,” has died, according to … Kim passed away on September 14, 2016 at the age of 60 in Naples, Florida, USA. Glen Elsasser, "Still Waters has John gone Hollywood?
MY CONDOLENCES TO ALL WHO LOVED YOU.
McGuire was also an accomplished attorney. ".
Born in Louisiana, McGuire rose to fame with her role as the boisterous and strange-looking Hatchet-Face in the 1990 film.