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Elizabeth Allen, birthname Elizabeth Ellen Gillease, was a theater, film, and television actress and singer.
The actress and singer were born on January 25, 1929, in Jersey City, New Jersey. Eliza Allen's acting career spans over 40 years in the entertainment industry, from the mid-'50s - '90s.
Elizabeth Allen began her modeling career as a teenager signed under Ford Agency. Her career as a fashion model lasted five years before she landed her first role as a TV actress.
Elizabeth Allen acted in five different TV shows, including 'The Jackie Gleason Show' (1956), 'The Paul Lynde Show' (1972-1973), 'Bracken's World' (1969), 'CPO Sharkey' (1976), and 'Texas' (1980), the daytime drama series.
Elizabeth Allen had an estimated net worth of $1-5 million.
Even when her net worth is known, her per-year earnings are not known.
Elizabeth Allen was 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) tall.
Elizabeth Allen was 77 years old when she passed away on September 19, 2006.
There is no information on Elizabeth Allen's childhood and education besides her teenage modeling career that spanned over five years.
Elizabeth Allen tied the know with Baron Karl von Vietinghoff-Scheel. Elizabeth and Baron were married in 1952 and separated in 1955, after three years of marriage. The actress never remarried and did not have any children.
Elizabeth Allen was popularly known as a leading theatrical actress who started her career as a member of the cast of five various TV series.
Before the success of her theatrical career, teenage Elizabeth Allen pursued a modeling career under Ford Agency. Elizabeth Allen had a successful five-year modeling career before she tried out for her first role as a TV actress in 1953.
Elizabeth Allen was popularly known as the Away We Go! girl in 'The Jackie Gleason Show' (1956). The TV actress also made several other guest-star appearances on TV shows such as 'The Paul Lynde Show' (1972), 'Bracken's World' (1969), and 'Texas' (1980), a daytime drama series.
Elizabeth Allen was nominated two times for a Tony award for her Broadway performances.
The first nomination was in 'The Gay Life' (1962) for Best Actor Supporting Or Featured (Musical). Her second nomination was for Best Actor In A Musical for her leading performance in 'Do I Hear A Waltz?' (1965).
Elizabeth Allen was a philanthropist, environmentalist, and animal lover. She made several donations to worthy causes, such as Greenpeace and Save The Children, among other fundraisers.
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