Susan Morrow

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Susan Morrow
Susan Morrow in Cat-Women of the Moon.jpg
Morrow in Cat-Women of the Moon.
Born Jacqueline Ann Teresa Bernadette Immoor
(1931-05-25)May 25, 1931
Teaneck, New Jersey, U.S.
Died May 8, 1985(1985-05-08) (aged 53)
San Diego, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1951-1960
Spouse(s) Gary Morton
(m. 1953; annulled 1957)

William Robinson
(m. 1957; div. 1959)

Clarence Sheldon Attix Jr.
(m. 1963)
[1]
Children 4
Relatives Judith Exner (sister)

Susan Morrow (born Jacqueline Ann Teresa Bernadette Immoor, May 25, 1931 – May 8, 1985) was an American actress.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Born as Jacqueline Ann Teresa Bernadette Immoor to Frederick Kenneth Immoor and Katherine (Shea) Immoor, Susan Morrow was the elder sister of Judith Exner[2] and the first wife of comedian Gary Morton. They were married on December 17, 1953; the marriage was annulled on July 11, 1957.[2] In 1961, Morton became the second husband of Lucille Ball.[3]

Morrow co-starred with Charlton Heston in a 1952 western film, The Savage.

Her television career lasted only six years from 1954-1960. Among her appearances were two 1955 episodes of The Loretta Young Show, three 1957 episodes of Gunsmoke starring James Arness, and a 1958 episode of Perry Mason as Arlene Dowling in the title role of "The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary". In 1960, her three final appearances were on the westerns Bronco, Maverick, and Lawman.

She remarried twice more. Her second marriage was also unsuccessful, but her third, to Clarence Sheldon Attix Jr., on July 4, 1963, lasted until her death, and they had four children.[2]

She died in 1985, aged 53.

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.glamourgirlsofthesilverscreen.com/show/201/Susan+Morrow/register.php
  2. ^ a b c d Susan Morrow profile at IMDb; accessed June 25, 2009
  3. ^ Frew, Tim (2001) [1996]. Lucy: A Life in Pictures (Trade paperback) (First paperback ed.). New York: Barnes & Noble Books. p. 28. ISBN 0-7607-2866-6. 

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