November 3, 1929
Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, United States
|Occupation||Television and Film Actress|
|Spouse(s)||Alan Wells (1953-1956) Divorced|
Though mainly involved in television series, she began her career by appearing in films during the late 1940s and the early 1950s. Her first movie was in the 1949 film noir White Heat, starring James Cagney and Virginia Mayo. Other early screen credits included The Story of Seabiscuit and Chain Lightning.
She appeared in numerous television shows including The Abbott and Costello Show, General Electric Theater, Cavalcade of America, The Lone Ranger, The Roy Rogers Show, Tales of Wells Fargo, 77 Sunset Strip and The Jack Benny Program.
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