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Birthday: 25.01.1912 year
Age: 94 years
Place of birth: Jersey city, NJ, USA
Date of death: 19.09.2006 year
Citizenship: United States
Original name: Elizabeth Ellen Gillies
Born Allen then Elizabeth Ellen Gillies in Jersey city, new Jersey. For some time she worked as a model under the auspices of the Agency ‘Ford Agency’, has not yet received the fiftieth part in ‘The Jackie Gleason Show’. Honing your professional skills and for some time worked under Helen Hayes in her acting troupe, Elizabeth moved to the big and small screens.
In total, she played many bit parts in various TV productions. It can be seen in projects such as ‘The Fugitive’, ‘Kojak’, ‘Columbo’ and ‘Buck Rogers in the 25th Century’. On a regular basis Allen worked in ‘Bracken’s World’,’The Paul Lynde Show’, ‘C. P. O. Sharkey’, ‘Another World’ and soon followed the spin-off of the latter, ‘Texas’. In total, on stage, film and television actress worked for three decades.
Most memorable to a wide audience of Elizabeth at that time the role of the scary saleswoman in one of the episodes of the first season of the classic television series ‘the Twilight Zone’. In that release, miss Marsha white (Anne Francis) realized that it is only a dummy, which for a month have been allowed to live among men. The character Elizabeth is also a dummy, whose leave must be next on the schedule – which explains her odd behavior.
In 1963, Allen played together with John Wayne, Dorothy Lamour and Lee Marvin in the main role in the film John Ford ‘Donovan”s Reef’. A little later she got another starring role, this time in the film ‘Diamond Head’, c Charlton Heston and Yvette and Mimi. Both pictures starred, interestingly, in Hawaii. Also Allen played with James Stewart in ‘Cheyenne Autumn’; in 1963 she won the ‘Laurel Award’ as ‘the most promising actress of the year’.
Elizabeth was nominated twice for ‘Tony’ for the Broadway production of ‘The Gay Life’ and ‘Do I Hear a Waltz’. To this day her beautiful singing can be heard in recordings of the original productions ‘Waltz’, actively sold on the CD.
In 1996, Elizabeth left the show business, not attracting to this fact special attention. His last role Allen played on Broadway in a production of ’42nd street’. She died in 2006 from kidney disease; at the time of death she was seventy-seven years.