|Also Known As: ||
||June 18, 1928
||Cause of Death:
||suicide by overdose of sleeping pills
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Became a fashion model as a teenager; twice made the cover of LIFE magazine
Made Broadway debut
Replaced Barbara Bel Geddes in the leading female role of the hit Broadway comedy, "The Moon Is Blue" (Date approximate)
Made feature film debut reprising her role in Otto Preminger's adaptation of "The Moon Is Blue"
Signed by 20th Century-Fox
Made second of two films for Fox, "Prince of Players"; was her last film for eight years
Returned to Broadway after many years to act a role in "Step on a Crack"
Returned to films when director Otto Premingers cast her in a supporting role in the film, "The Cardinal"; proved to be her last film
Worked for a time as a typist