|Died||December 31, 1970 (aged 43)|
|Cause of death||suicide by overdose|
|Years active||1948 - 1957|
|Spouse(s)||Mike Conrad (1950-?)|
|Children||Steven Kinberg (b. 1955)|
Dalbert was born in Paris and moved to the United States, following World War II. She was discovered by the Paramount studio head Hal Wallis who hoped to develop her into a major star. She was cast in a supporting role in The Accused but was left demoralized at her treatment by the overbearing director William Dieterle.
Dalbert did not develop as a leading star but appeared in a mixture of small roles in larger-budget films while playing the female lead in B Pictures, such as Trail of the Yukon (1949). From 1951 onwards, she appeared mostly in television before retiring in 1957 and returning to her native France.
|1948||Sorry, Wrong Number||Cigarette Girl||Uncredited|
|1949||The Accused||Susan Duval|
|1949||Trail of the Yukon||Marie Laroux|
|1950||Mark of the Gorilla||Nyobi|
|1951||My Favorite Spy||Theresa|
|1951||The Lady and the Bandit||Cecile|
|1951||Target Unknown||Barefoot Maid||Uncredited|
|1953||The 49th Man||Margo Wayne|
|1956||The Best Things in Life Are Free||Hostess||Uncredited|
- Dick, Bernard F. Hal Wallis: Producer to the Stars. University Press of Kentucky, 2004.