How rich is Brigid Bazlen?
Brigid Bazlen net worth:
Brigid Bazlen information
Brigid Bazlen information
|Birth date:||June 9, 1944, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States|
|Death date:||May 25, 1989, Seattle, Washington, United States|
|Birth place:||Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, USA|
|Spouse:||Marlin Greene (m. 1972–1979), Jean-Paul Vignon (m. 1966–1968)|
|Parents:||Arthur Bazlen, Maggie Daly|
Brigid Bazlen net worth & biography:Brigid Mary Bazlen (June 9, 1944 – May 25, 1989) was an American actress. Although she made only three Hollywood films, The Honeymoon Machine, King of Kings, and How the West Was Won, she is still remembered for the latter two. Her career, and her life, were cut short by her death from cancer at the age of 44. Wikipedia
More about Brigid Bazlen:
|Bright Promise||1969||TV Series||Nurse Radford (1972)|
|Days of Our Lives||1965||TV Series||Mary Anderson #1 (1972)|
|How the West Was Won||1962||Dora Hawkins|
|King of Kings||1961||Salome|
|The Honeymoon Machine||1961||Julie Fitch|
|Too Young to Go Steady||1959||TV Series||Pam Blake|
|Hawkins Falls: A Television Novel||1955||TV Series||Nellie Corey|
Looks like we don't have Brigid Bazlen awards information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have Brigid Bazlen salary information. Sorry!
|1||At age fifteen was touted as "the next Elizabeth Taylor". While under contract at MGM, she was promoted in a publicity campaign as "the new American Bardot".|
|2||The daughter of Arthur Bazlen, a retail chain executive, and Maggie Daly, a Chicago newspaper columnist.|
|3||Discovered at the age of seven, when she was seen by an executive from NBC while waiting for the school bus in front of her house.|
|4||Signed to an exclusive contract by M-G-M Studios, in 1961, where she appeared in only three films: King of Kings (1961), The Honeymoon Machine (1961) and How the West Was Won (1962).|
|5||In 1958, the "Blue Fairy" was one of the earliest Chicago children's show produced in color (WGN-TV, Channel 9.) Appearing in a blue gown, diamond tiara, and clasping a silver wand, Bazlen, suspended by wires, would fly across the small television stage, lip syncing "I'm the Blue Fairy, I'll grant you a wish, to make all your dreams come true..." She then introduced stories enacted by the Rufus Rose Marionettes. It was a short-lived fantasy series, but it inspired at least one Ernie Kovacs sight gag. It was a direct take-off of the Blue Fairy opening, with a Kovacs twist. Mustachioed cigar-chopping Kovacs in blue gown, blond wig, holding a silver wand flew across the stage, slamming headfirst into a wall on the opposite side, then, still suspended by the fly wire, dangled lifeless.|
Looks like we don't have Brigid Bazlen quotes information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have Brigid Bazlen trademarks information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have Brigid Bazlen pictures. Sorry!