Appeared in Frederick Knott's play, "Dial M for Murder," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ, with Eric Berry (also director) in the cast.
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5' 3½" (1.61 m)
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 I just haven't time [to remarry]. On two separate occasions recently men offered me $1 million if I would marry them. So I said, "Suppose I already have $1 million? Now what will you give me?" They couldn't offer anything, not love, not a life together, not adventure - just the dough. I don't need that. I'm very good with money.
She was a licensed pilot, champion balloonist, expert rider, prize-winning tuna fisherman, a hole-in-one golfer, Cordon Bleu chef and licensed interior decorator.
Often played delicate women put through emotional turmoil