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Born: July 20, 1925 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Akron, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Akron, Ohio
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In the early 1940s worked as receptionist at Akron radio station, occasionally performing in bit parts
1943:
Began working regularly as radio performer; then worked as model
1947:
Signed to a contract by MGM
1948:
Film debut in a bit part in "The Pirate"
1948:
Had first real screen role in the musical "Easter Parade"
1949:
Had breakthrough role in "Champion"
1950:
Cast opposite future husband Jack Carson in "The Good Humor Man"
1951:
Began working in television, making appearances on "Pantomime Quiz" and "Lux Studio Theatre"
1954:
Appeared in "Invitation to Marriage" on TV's "Fireside Theatre"
1955:
Played recurring role on TV's "The Bob Cummings Show"
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TV series debut as regular, Edie Hart, girlfriend to "Peter Gunn"
1962:
Starred with Elvis Presley in "Kid Galahad"
1966:
Won the Silver Bear Best Actress Award at the Berlin Film Festival for "Lord Love a Duck"
1966:
Briefly replaced an ill Dorothy Malone as Constance Mackenzie in the ABC primetime serial "Peyton Place"
1967:
Made TV-movie debut, "How I Spent My Summer Vacation"
1968:
Last feature films to date, "The Impossible Years", "The Money Jungle" and "Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?"
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In the 1970s and 1980s, made guest appearances on many TV shows like "Medical Center", "Kojak", "Switch" and "Quincy, M.E."

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