Kitty O’Neil was an American stunt performer. Who was crowned “the fastest woman in the world” was a cow? Kitty faced many difficulties in her life but still, she did not give up in her life.
Today is his 77th birth anniversary. Today the world is celebrating its 77th birth anniversary. She is an inspiration for women. A woman who was unable to hear was crowned the “Fastest Woman in the World”.
Who Was Kitty O’Neil?
Kitty O’Neil was born on March 24, 1946, in Corpus Christi, Texas, United States. His mother’s name was Patsy Lynn Compton, and she was a Cherokee Native American. His father’s name is John R. O’Neill, an oil wildcatter by profession, who was Irish.
He suffered many physical assaults in his life. He had to face many diseases in his coming life due to which he had stopped hearing. But he never let these statements become an obstacle to his success in his life.
She said in one of her interviews that when she fell ill and her wrist got injured. But he never gave up. He achieved his dream of becoming a professional athlete.
He did many stints like water skiing, motorcycle racing, and falling from unnecessary heights.
He started his career as a stunt double on the big screen in the year 1970. She was a pod woman performing in 1976 (The Bionic Woman), 1977–1979 (Wonder Woman), an institution for Hollywood bigwigs
In the year 1976, she was awarded the crown of ‘Fastest Woman Alive’ for breaking all the records for her rocket-powered car. He clocked a speed of 512.76 mph, breaking the previous record which stood at 200 mph. At that time no one was feeling that she could not break the record of women and men.