b. Millicent Maxine Edwards, 24 August 1928, Jackson Heights, NY, USA, d. 26 August 1998, Friendswood, Tx, USA. Dance from early youth, Edwards was briefly on Broadway, showing up in the chorus of Ziegfeld Follies Of 1943, and sang and danced in a variety of sketches in Olsen And Johnson’s Laffing Area Just (1944), which acquired music and lyrics by Burton Street and went at the wintertime Garden Theater for 232 shows. In 1947 she visited Hollywood where she was contracted to Warner Brothers, showing up in several minimal musicals, playing occasionally uncredited little bit parts. Her 40s movies included That Hagen Gal (1947, with Shirley Temple), Two Men From Tx (1948, with Morgan and Jack port Carson), and Tucson (1949, with Jimmy Lydon, George Reeves as well as the Cass Nation Children). In the first 50s, and today with Republic, Edwards co-starred with Roy Rogers in musical Westerns such as for example North Of THE FANTASTIC Divide (1950), Center FROM THE Rockies and In Aged Amarillo (both 1951), throughout a spell when Dale Evans was pregnant and therefore from the studios. Edwards also made an appearance within a string of low-budget nonmusical films, mainly Westerns, among that have been Pony Soldier (1952, with Tyrone Power), Natural powder River (1953), The Vacationers, Trip A Violent Mile as well as the Dalton Women (all 1957). Wedded in the middle-50s and with two kids, Edwards produced fewer movies and spent a lot of her period with her family members and also doing work for spiritual causes. She do, however, show up on tv in series such as for example Cheyenne (1956), The Thin Guy as well as the Restless Weapon (both 1957), Stories Of Wells Fargo (1957, 1959, 1960), Wagon Teach (1958, 1959), Cimarron Town, M Squad, and Bonanza (all 1959), Perry Mason and Everglades (both 1961). The elder of both daughters from Edwards’ initial relationship, Deborah Winters, can be an celebrity. She also got a boy to her second hubby, although this relationship too finished in divorce. With the middle-60s Edwards was practically retired from showbusiness.