Appeared in "The Golden Fleecing" on Broadway.
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[about Roger Corman
] He gave me a lot of freedom, and also a chance to play a lot of parts that Universal would never have given me. Oddball, wacko parts, like the very disturbed girl in Sorority Girl
(1957) and things like that. I had a chance to do moments and scenes that I didn't get before.
In 1968, she married her second husband, actor Michael Roman
, but the marriage broke up in the early 1980s, in part due to Cabot's increasing mental fragility and paranoia. Cabot had reportedly been taking a growth hormone prescribed for her son, possibly a factor in heightening her mental illness.