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Brook Byron (1913–2006)

Brook Byron was born on July 31, 1913 in Weakley County, Tennessee, USA as Sara Delma Bynum. She was an actress, known for Auntie Mame (1958), Dimples (1936) and Laughing at Trouble (1936). She died on May 29, 2006 in Leland, Michigan, USA. See full bio »


(age 92) in Leland, Michigan, USA
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 1961-1962 The Untouchables (TV Series)
Marie LaRose / Madame Amy
- The Ginnie Littlesmith Story (1962) ... Marie LaRose
- The Nero Rankin Story (1961) ... Madame Amy
 1959 Richard Diamond, Private Detective (TV Series)
- Echo of Laughter (1959) ... Edna
 1958 M Squad (TV Series)
Lillian Hurd
- Guilty Alibi (1958) ... Lillian Hurd
 1954 The Brighter Day (TV Series)
Althea Dennis (1954-1955) (original television cast)
 1954 Lady in the Dark (TV Movie)
 1951 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
 1951 Martin Kane (TV Series)
Irene Daley
- Movie Theater Murder (1951) ... Irene Daley
 1950 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- The Champion (1950) ... Palmer
 1949 Hands of Mystery (TV Series)
- Murder Market (1949)
 1949 Southward Ho Ho! (Short)
The Blonde
 1936 Laughing at Trouble
Mary Bradford (as Delma Byron)
 1936 Dimples
Betty Loring (as Delma Byron)
 1936 Champagne Charlie
Iris (uncredited)
 1936 Everybody's Old Man
Miss Martin (as Delma Byron)
 1935 Professional Soldier
Gypsy Dancer (uncredited)

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Delma Byron

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