Guest-starred in many radio programs in the 1940s and 1950s, including "The Lux Radio Theater," "Suspense" and "The Screen Guild Theater."
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5' 6¼" (1.68 m)
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I have the face of an aging choirboy and the build of an undernourished featherweight. If you can figure out my success on the screen you're a better man than I.
After Dick Cavett made a disparaging remark to John Houseman about Ladd's minimal acting talents. Of watching Ladd act in person Houseman replied, "You'd be in despair. You'd go down to the set and you'd say, 'Why are we even making this film?' Then you'd go to the rushes, and there'd be these beautiful eyes, full of hidden thoughts. A marvelous film actor.