In 1965, she starred in the pilot for a proposed comedy series, called "The Eve Arden Show", where she played a widow who disrupted the households of family and friends whenever she dropped in for a "short" visit. Also co-starred Steve Franken
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5' 7½" (1.71 m)
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I've worked with a lot of great glamorous girls in movies and the theater. And I'll admit, I've often thought it would be wonderful to be a femme fatale. But then I'd always come back to thinking that if they only had what I've had - a family, real love, an anchor - they would have been so much happier during all the hours when the marquees and the floodlights are dark.
Adopted her stage name while looking over some cosmetics and spotting the names "Evening in Paris" and "Elizabeth Arden".
Often played sarcastic, wise cracking characters