Yvonne De Carlo
Birth Name: Yvonne De Carlo
Birth Place: Point Gray, British Columbia, CA
Death Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
The Canadian DeCarlo, abandoned by her father, was raised by a poor but ambitious mother and never finished high school because she had to work. Moving to the U.S., DeCarlo won a beauty contest and eventually snagged a contract at Paramount in 1941. For several years she did extra work and played bits: she can be spotted in "The Road to Morocco" (1942) and "For Whom the Bell Tolls" (1943), played a secretary in "The Crystal Ball" (1943) and a Native American princess on loan-out to Republic in "The Deerslayer" (1943). Paramount used her as a threat to Dorothy Lamour should their resident jungle princess refuse to put on a sarong yet again, but they eventually dropped her contract. Universal,...
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