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|Also Known As:||Died:||June 18, 1991|
|Born:||June 1, 1922||Cause of Death:||cancer|
|Birth Place:||Orange, New Jersey, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Worked as a Harry Conover model; appeared on cover of LIFE magazine (May 11, 1942)
Acted with Morningside Players (date approximate)
Broadway debut as dumb blonde in George Abbott's production of the musical, "Beat the Band"
First starring Broadway role, "Kiss and Tell"
Signed a four-figure contract with Paramount, guaranteeing her a yearly option to work six months on Broadway
Starred in first feature, "Miss Susie Slagle's" (not released until 1946)
Appeared in a bit part in first feature to be released, "Duffy's Tavern"
Starred in several musicals and westerns
Toured with John Payne in "Voice of the Turtle"
TV debut in "Saturday's Children"
Appeared in summer stock productions of "Claudia" and "Dream Girl" in the early 1950s
Appeared in dramatic roles on numerous TV anthologies in the 1950s
Starred in live TV comedy series, "My Favorite Husband" opposite Barry Nelson
Co-produced and starred in TV series, "Sally"
Became vice president, North Star Company of Nevada, an oil-interest combine in the late 1950s
Appeared in stock producion of "Cactus Flower"
Returned to film after an eight-year hiatus in "Cattle King"
Named vice president of Lustre Shine Company Inc.
Made two Western programmers for A.C. Lyles, "Red Tomahawk" (1967) and "Buckskin" (1968)
Featured in TV series, "The High Chaparral"
Appointed vice president, TV programming, Donnelly Telecommunications
Made guest appearance on TV series, "Murder She Wrote"
Last feature film, "Evil Spirits"
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