from the trailer for
Vengeance Valley (1951)
May 28, 1928
San Diego, California, US
|Spouse(s)||Milo O. Frank Jr. (1951–2004; his death)|
She began her film career as a dancer in films in the 1940s before moving on to small film roles. After meeting director Ida Lupino, she was cast in a few of her films including Not Wanted and Hard Fast and Beautiful.
After moving to New York with her husband, writer and producer Milo Frank, her film work all but stopped. She appeared in summer-stock theater and on Broadway appearing in shows such as The Seven Year Itch. She appeared on an episode of Rawhide, entitled "The Incident of the Widowed Dove".
Forrest and her husband owned the former home of Jean Harlow and Paul Bern on Easton Drive, off Benedict Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills, California, when their tenant Jay Sebring was murdered at the nearby home of Sharon Tate.
- Till the Clouds Roll By (1946)
- Are You With It? (1948)
- Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)
- Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949)
- Not Wanted (1949)
- Dancing in the Dark (1949)
- Never Fear (1949)
- Mystery Street (1950)
- Vengeance Valley (1951)
- Hard, Fast and Beautiful (1951)
- Valentino (1951)
- Excuse My Dust (1951)
- The Strip (1951)
- Bannerline (1951)
- The Strange Door (1951)
- Code Two (1953)
- Son of Sinbad (1955)
- Ride the High Iron (1956)
- While the City Sleeps (1956)
- "Sally Forrest wins top role after failing in many tests". The Montreal Gazette. August 28, 1950. Retrieved February 28, 2014.
- "Motherhood's only ersatz for Sally Forrest's dog". The Milwaukee Sentinel. August 8, 1954. Retrieved February 28, 2014.
- Fleming, E.J (2009). Paul Bern: The Life and Famous Death of the MGM Director and Husband of Jean Harlow. McFarland; 1St Edition edition (January 9, 2009). p. 299. ISBN 978-0786439638.
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