She acted in Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, and Noel Coward's musical, "Cockie!," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Max Wall in the cast.
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I think I was the first glamorous British comedienne - I had blonde hair and not bad legs. I wasn't like the eccentric Nellie Wallace but being glamorous made it harder. You had to time the gags perfectly
In 1949 she announced her engagement to actor Barry Wicks
, only to declare, nearly two years later, while in a summer show at Bexhill-on-Sea, that she was "too busy" for marriage. She never married and was survived by two brothers.
The "Lucille Ball" of the United Kingdom.