Lisa Gaye

Active - 1954 - 1969  |   Born - Mar 6, 1935 in Denver, CO  |   Genres - Action, Comedy, Drama, Western, Musical

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A dancer at Los Angeles' Biltmore Hotel, Lisa Gaye (née Griffin) signed with Universal-International in 1953 and played a standard leading-lady role in Drums Across the River (1954). She also did such typical '50s genre pictures as Rock Around the Clock (1956) and Shake, Rattle and Rock (1957), but was busier on television, where she appeared on The Bob Cummings Show and the popular series Death Valley Days and Perry Mason. Gaye, who is the sister of former leading ladies Debra Paget, Teala Loring and Ruell Shayne, left show business in the '60s to raise her family. She should not be confused with the later cult star of the same name.

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