They Shall Have Music
(performer: "Nocturne in B flat minor, Op.9, No.1" 1830-1 - uncredited, "Waltz in D flat, Op. 64, no. 1 'Minute;" 1846-7 - uncredited)
(1953) She acted in F. Hugh Herbert
's play, "The Moon is Blue", at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Robert Flemyng
and Biff McGuire
in the cast.
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5' 6½" (1.69 m)
Did You Know?
My awkward age didn't arrive 'til I was eighteen. By that time, everyone at Paramount regarded me as their kid-sister. When I became eighteen, the boys up front still thought of me as that pink-cheeked youngster they'd known so long. They considered me too young for ingénue roles, too young for glamor roles, and too young for romance. I didn't do anything. Everyone thought I was old hat.
Her father, Louis William Loehr, was a prosperous oil company exec and her mother, the former Eartha Thes, an accomplished pianist and teacher who guided Diana's early musical career. By age 12, the young prodigy was playing with the Los Angeles Junior Symphony Orchestra.