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Josephine 'Jo' Douglas O'Roarke
She acted in Sumner Arthur Long's play, "Never Too Late," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Bert Lahr in the cast. Wally Peterson was director.
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Because you think differently, you're considered disagreeable, and upstage, and difficult. An original thinker always has to fight.
The play in which she was starring when she unexpectedly died was "Never Too Late" at the Mineola Playhouse on Long Island (she didn't show up for the performance one night, and it turned out that she had died in her hotel room). She was playing the role of the pregnant wife created on Broadway and on screen by Maureen O'Sullivan