23 May 1928
|Other names||Jean Carson|
Biff McGuire (m. 1960)
Carson became an over-night star in Love From Judy, a musical by Hugh Martin and Jack Gray, and produced by Emile Littler, that played at the Saville Theatre in London from 1952 to 1953. After producer Max Liebman saw her in that production, he signed her to a contract to appear on television in the United States.
In 1960, Carson married her second husband, actor Biff McGuire, while both were starring in the Broadway revival of Finian's Rainbow. The couple toured together in 1961 in Camelot, with McGuire as King Arthur and Carson as Guenevere. Later, they performed at the Seattle Repertory for fifteen years, often together. McGuire and Carson live in Los Angeles.
- 1948 - A Date With a Dream
- 1953 - Love in Pawn
- 1955 - As Long as They're Happy
- 1955 - An Alligator Named Daisy
- 1957 - Rockets Galore! (US title: Mad Little Island)
- 1961 - Seven Keys
- 1964 - My Fair Lady (bit part)
- "Jean Carson". Unsung Heroines. Retrieved 3 February 2008.
- Gaver, Jack (September 16, 1962). "Vivacious Jeannie Carson Is Waiting for New Musical". Tennessee, Kingsport. Kingsport Times-News. p. 30. Retrieved January 12, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- "British Film Institute Film & TV Database". Retrieved 22 December 2008.
- "Jeannie Carson". Playbill Vault. Retrieved 13 January 2016.
- Jeannie Carson at the Internet Movie Database
- Jeannie Carson at the Internet Broadway Database
- Jeannie Carson on What's My Line in 1957
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