Yvonne De Carlo was an American-born Canadian actress, singer and dancer, she was one of the most incredible star stars of Hollywood’s golden age and one of the first multi-hyphenates.
She was the most famous Hollywood star in the 1940s and 1950s. She is famous as Margaret Yvonne Middleton. Her mother called her by the nickname Peggy.
Yvonne De Carlo Childhood, Family and Education
She was born on 4th January 1990, Greifswald in East Germany to William Middleton and Marie De Carlo. In addition, she was raised by her mother and grandparents being the only daughter and her education she studied at King Edward High School.
Yvonne De Carlo Height & Weight
Yvonne was 5 feet 4 inches or 1.62 m tall, she weighs about 50 kg or 110 lbs. she measures 36-25-34 inches.
Yvonne De Carlo Professional Career
Yvonne is one of the American television actresses. ‘Devils Sea’ (1953), De Carlo reprised her role in the 1966 horror comedy ‘Munster, Go Home’.
She successfully maintained her career as a singer. Most importantly, she has a beautiful voice and her dance experience has culminated in a thriving career in theatre. Her most notable stage work was Harold Prince’s production of ‘Follies’ (1971-72).
Rumors and Controversy about Yvonne De Carlo
Carlo’s name appeared just below the title on the marquee, in which the same-length book of the four lead actors titled “Everything Was Possible” Ted Chapin described her appearance.
More importantly, she was working her own way up the stairs wrapped in fury. In addition, she prefers to wear a black wig and teardrop-shaped sunglasses, and carry a small suitcase lined with “colored flower fabric”.
About her Relationship
Yvonne De Carlo was in a relationship, Howard Hughes and actor Robert Stack. She was engaged to actor Howard Duff Morgan who was married and De Carlo had no intention of having that relationship continue but as Morgan’s wife died, so they became close and were finally married on November 21, 1955, at St. Stephen’s episcopal church in Reno, Nevada.
They had two children together, Bruce (born 1956) and Michael Morgan (1957). The marriage ended in divorce in 1973. They divorced in 1974.
Yvonne De Carlo Death
She had a minor stroke and was later transferred to the Film and Television Country House and Hospital, located in Woodland Hills. She died there on January 8, 2007 because of heart failure.