HILLARY BROOKE DECEASED Autographed 8X10 PHOTO EXCELLENT SIGNATURE QUALITYAUTHENTICATED BY JSA (JAMES SPENCE AUTHENTICATION) Hillary Brooke was an American film actress. Born: September 8, 1914, Astoria, New York, NY Died: May 25, 1999, Bonsall, CA Spouse: Raymond A. Klune (m. 19601988), Jack Voglin (m. 19411948) Children: Carol Klune, Donald Klune Siblings: Arthur Peterson, Arthur Peterson Jr. Brooke began her acting career in movies, co-starring in two Sherlock Holmes movies with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943) and The Woman in Green (1945). She was a regular on several television series of the early 1950s, playing Roberta Townsend, the glamorous love interest of Margie's father Vern Albright on the 19521955 TV series My Little Margie. On The Abbott and Costello Show, produced in the early 1950s and syndicated for many years afterward, Brooke played the role of a straitlaced, classy tenant of the rooming house where the two main characters lived. She was treated with reverence by the duo and was not a target of pranks and slapstick. The love interest of Lou Costello, she always addressed him as "Louis". As with the other main characters, her character's name was her real name. She also appeared in Africa Screams (1949) and Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952) with the comedy team. Brookes other movie credits include Jane Eyre (1943), The Enchanted Cottage (1945), Lucky Losers (1950) with The Bowery Boys, the Alfred Hitchcock thriller The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), the 3-D film The Maze (1953), and the sci-fi Invaders from Mars (1953). On September 28, 1957, she played Doris Cole in the second episode of Perry Mason, titled "The Case of the Sleepwalker's Niece". Brooke also played Angela Randall in I Love Lucy's "The Fox Hunt", which aired February 6, 1956. She retired from television in 1960 following guest appearances on Richard Diamond, Private Detective as Laura Renault and in Michael Shayne as Greta Morgan.
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