(Summer 1950) She acted in Siegfried Geyer's play, "Candlelight," in a Kenley Players production in Lakewood Park Theatre in Barnesville, Pennsylvania. John Kenley was artistic director.
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Acting is truly a glorious and noble profession. When anyone can give other people a few hours of escape or enchantment away from the ills of the world and their own personal lives, that's a very worthwhile occupation.
In an interview with Jean by writer Marcia Borie in 1972 at Jean's home in Eagle Rock, CA, she admitted that at age 16 she invented her real last name and birthplace to make herself more interesting. The truth is she was born in Butte, MT, not Deer Lodge, which to her sounded more romantic. She also changed her real name, Luis Stephanie Zalinska (she was of Polish-French descent), to Lois Mae ...
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