Actress. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she began her career in radio at an early age. During the 1940s, she appeared in several motion pictures, most notably musicals often as a dancer and singer. Among her film credits are “Rainbow Island” (1944), “Duffy’s Tavern” (1945), “Blue Skies” (1946), “Variety Girl” (1947), “Are You with It?” (1948) and “The Countess of Monte Cristo” (1948). She had a featured role in the Broadway musical “Paint Your Wagon” (1951 to 1952), and retired from the entertainment industy shortly after to raise her family. She was formerly married to actor Edmond O’Brien. She died from kidney failure.
- March, 16, 1927
- New York
- January, 03, 2009
- San Fernando Mission Cemetery