Suzanne Alexander (I) (1931–1975)

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  • Suzanne Alexander, Suzanne Ames, Virginia Bates, Bobette Bentley, Eve Bernhardt, Shirley Buchanan, Toni Carroll, Sue Casey, Mitzie Uehlien, Eileen Coghlan, Rita Corday, Barbara Darrow, Barbara Dobbins, Joyce Mackenzie, Kasey Rogers, and Gilbert Roland in The French Line (1953)
  • Vincent Price, Suzanne Alexander, Nejla Ates, Mari Blanchard, Kalantan, Connie Cane, Leonteen Danies, and Paula Vernay in Son of Sinbad (1955)
  • Joan Collins, Suzanne Alexander, Peggy Connelly, and Diane DuBois in The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955)
  • Kim Novak, Suzanne Alexander, Charlotte Alpert, Suzanne Ames, Bette Arlen, Roxanne Arlen, Joanne Arnold, Nejla Ates, Virginia Bates, Bobette Bentley, Eve Bernhardt, Mari Blanchard, Carol Brewster, Shirley Buchanan, Gwen Caldwell, Sue Casey, Mary Icide, Mitzie Uehlien, Rosemary Colligan, Janet Comerford, Alyce Cronin, Barbara Drake, Elaine DuPont, Jane Easton, Mary Ann Edwards, Gilda Fontana, Sally Forrest, Chris Fortune, Mary Gleason, Nora Hayden, Marjorie Holliday, Arline Hunter, Joanne Jordan, Claire Kelly, Keith Kerrigan, Mary Langan, Joi Lansing, Barbara Lohrman, Jackie Loughery, Nephru Malouf, Dede Moore, Nancy Moore, Diana Mumby, Anna Navarro, Lili St. Cyr, Kalantan, Patricia Channing, and Connie Cane in Son of Sinbad (1955)
  • Suzanne Alexander, Charlotte Alpert, Suzanne Ames, Roxanne Arlen, Joanne Arnold, Leon Askin, Bobette Bentley, Eve Bernhardt, Mari Blanchard, Marilyn Bonney, Carol Brewster, Shirley Buchanan, Gwen Caldwell, Anna Lee Carroll, Sue Casey, Mitzie Uehlien, Sally Forrest, Jay Novello, Lili St. Cyr, Patricia Channing, and Connie Cane in Son of Sinbad (1955)

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Personal Details

Born

Gwendolyn Ann White

Toronto, Canada

Died

(age 44)
San Francisco, California, USA

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