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Barbra Fuller


Barbra Fuller was born on July 31, 1921 in Nahant, Massachusetts, USA. She is an actress, known for Alias the Champ (1949), Unmasked (1950) and Harbor of Missing Men (1950). She was previously married to Lash La Rue. See full bio »

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Known For

Alias the Champ Colette LaRue
(1949)
Unmasked Linda Jackson
(1950)
Harbor of Missing Men Mae Leggett / Miss Higgins
(1950)
Tarnished Nina
(1950)

Filmography

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 1973 The Roommates
Sylvia (as Barbara Fuller)
 1970 Daniel Boone (TV Series)
Woman
- Noblesse Oblige (1970) ... Woman (as Barbara E. Fuller)
 1965 Lassie (TV Series)
Fire Lookout
- Lassie Saves a Life (1965) ... Fire Lookout
 1960-1964 Perry Mason (TV Series)
Maid / Joan Leonard
- The Case of the Careless Kidnapper (1964) ... Maid (as Barbara Fuller)
- The Case of the Prudent Prosecutor (1960) ... Joan Leonard (as Barbara Fuller)
 1960 U.S. Marshal (TV Series)
Meg O'Flynn
- Destination Nowhere (1960) ... Meg O'Flynn (as Barbara Fuller)
 1960 My Three Sons (TV Series)
Mrs. Phelps
- Lady Engineer (1960) ... Mrs. Phelps
 1958 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)
Supporting Player
- Bachelor TV Lives (1958) ... Supporting Player (uncredited)
 1958 Colgate Theatre (TV Series)
Mrs. Phillips
- Mr. Tutt (1958) ... Mrs. Phillips
 1958 State Trooper (TV Series)
Lois Brinkman
- The Clever Man (1958) ... Lois Brinkman (as Barbara Fuller)
 1958 Trackdown (TV Series)
Mrs. Phillips
- The Bounty Hunter (1958) ... Mrs. Phillips (as Barbara Fuller)
 1957 The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series)
Sandra Mitchell
- Fate Travels East (1957) ... Sandra Mitchell (as Barbara Fuller)
 1956 The Millionaire (TV Series)
Milly Carter
- The Jill Mayfield Story (1956) ... Milly Carter (as Barbara Fuller)
 1955-1956 Four Star Playhouse (TV Series)
Joan Webb / Jenny
- The Other Room (1956) ... Joan Webb (as Barbara Fuller)
- Alias Mr. Hepp (1955) ... Jenny (as Barbara Fuller)
 1955 The Lineup (TV Series)
- The Dennis Case (1955)
 1955 Medic (TV Series)
Nurse
- Physician, Heal Thyself (1955) ... Nurse (as Barbara Fuller)
 1953 City of Bad Men
Mrs. Adler (uncredited)
 1953 Adventures of Superman (TV Series)
Sally
- Crime Wave (1953) ... Sally (as Barbara Fuller)
 1951 Front Page Detective (TV Series)
Joyce Sinclair / Fran Bishop
- The Murderer Is Anonymous (1951) ... Joyce Sinclair
- Alibi for Suicide (1951) ... Fran Bishop (as Barbara Fuller)
 1950 Lonely Heart Bandits
Laurel Vernon
 1950 Trial Without Jury
Corinne Hollister
 1950 The Savage Horde
Louise Cole
 1950 Women from Headquarters
Ruby Cain
 1950 Rock Island Trail
Annabelle Marsh
 1950 Harbor of Missing Men
Mae Leggett / Miss Higgins
 1950 Singing Guns
Girl (uncredited)
 1950 Tarnished
Nina
 1950 Unmasked
Linda Jackson
 1949 Alias the Champ
Colette LaRue
 1949 Flame of Youth
Lila Coletti
 1949 The Red Menace
Mollie O'Flaherty
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Personal Details

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Alternate Names:

Barbara E. Fuller | Barbara Fuller

Spouse:

Lash La Rue  (divorced)
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Trivia:

Barbra Fuller was once married to Western Motion Picture Star, Lash LaRue. Ms. Fuller was an accomplished actress of radio (playing the part of Claudia for 14 years on "One Man's Family"), film and television, having played twice opposite Charles Boyer. "One Man's Family" is credited as the first Soap Opera and won the first Pulitzer Prize for a radio show. Fuller was only married once. She and ... See more »

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