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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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1942:
Worked as a Harry Conover model; appeared on cover of LIFE magazine (May 11, 1942)
1940:
Acted with Morningside Players (date approximate)
1942:
Broadway debut as dumb blonde in George Abbott's production of the musical, "Beat the Band"
1943:
First starring Broadway role, "Kiss and Tell"
1944:
Signed a four-figure contract with Paramount, guaranteeing her a yearly option to work six months on Broadway
1944:
Starred in first feature, "Miss Susie Slagle's" (not released until 1946)
1945:
Appeared in a bit part in first feature to be released, "Duffy's Tavern"
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Starred in several musicals and westerns
1948:
Toured with John Payne in "Voice of the Turtle"
1950:
TV debut in "Saturday's Children"
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Appeared in summer stock productions of "Claudia" and "Dream Girl" in the early 1950s
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Appeared in dramatic roles on numerous TV anthologies in the 1950s
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Starred in live TV comedy series, "My Favorite Husband" opposite Barry Nelson
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Co-produced and starred in TV series, "Sally"
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Became vice president, North Star Company of Nevada, an oil-interest combine in the late 1950s
1962:
Appeared in stock producion of "Cactus Flower"
1963:
Returned to film after an eight-year hiatus in "Cattle King"
1965:
Named vice president of Lustre Shine Company Inc.
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Made two Western programmers for A.C. Lyles, "Red Tomahawk" (1967) and "Buckskin" (1968)
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Featured in TV series, "The High Chaparral"
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Appointed vice president, TV programming, Donnelly Telecommunications
1987:
Made guest appearance on TV series, "Murder She Wrote"
1991:
Last feature film, "Evil Spirits"

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