Played a brief but memorable role as Farley Granger's caustic estranged wife who is strangled by Robert Walker in Hitchcock's classic Strangers on a Train (1951).
She was remembered by many for her role as the second "Louise Tate" on Bewitched (1964).
Was seen by a talent scout, auditioned at Paramount, made a screen test and was cast in a leading role (Special Agent (1949)) in a movie the next week,.
Spotted by a talent agent and signed with Paramount in 1949.
Has successfully written several crafts and interior design books based on the Bewitched (1964) television series and holiday occasions.