They had a daughter, Elaine born in 1941 , and a son, Anthony born July 8, 1943. Noir: Nine Dark Visions of the City of Angels. In 1962, a reporter found her living at the all-women's in , working as a waitress downstairs in the cocktail lounge. In the book, Lake discusses her career, her failed marriages, her romances with , and , her alcoholism, and her guilt over not spending enough time with her children. Disney Voice Actors: A Biographical Dictionary.
Lake had a complex personality and acquired a reputation for being difficult to work with. With the help of Nason Schoeffler, Radke formed a band called From Behind These Walls, which was renamed as. In the book, Lake stated to Bain that her mother pushed her into a career as an actress. Lake attended , where she was known for her beauty.
Lake and DeToth filed for bankruptcy that same year. She was teamed with and. I've had a varied experience playing them and also appearing as heroines. She was cremated and, according to her wishes, her ashes were scattered off the coast of the Virgin Islands. He has also stated that the mixtape may be released for around Christmas. Marriages and children Lake's first marriage was to art director , in 1940.
However, Lake did not think this meant she would have a long career and maintained her goal was to be a surgeon. The band recorded the demo. The role would make Lake, still in her teens, a star. She also continued appearing in stage roles. The band began to play in the scene in Las Vegas.
Elaine Frederick Alternative title: Time is Terror Television Year Title Role Notes 1950 Herself — Guest Performer Episode 2. Radke has openly denounced religion due to its treatment of people, saying he felt bitter and found hypocrisy in that Christianity was initially discriminatory against gay people but became accepting of them later on. It's all rap, but they're singing all the choruses on it. They were divorced in 1959. I am free and clear of unpleasant characters, unless they are strongly justified. New York Publicity photo c.
Days before Diana's birth, Lake's mother sued her for support payments. Lake had a relatively minor role in a film produced by , also 1945 , co starring Sonny Tufts; Lake was top billed but her part was smaller than Joan Caulfield. Lake died in July 1973 from and at the age of 50. Lake was one of the models for the animated character in the film? Scream Queens: Heroines of the Horrors. Lake subsequently apologized to the president of McGill, who was simply amused when she explained her habit of self-dramatizing. Though it was determined that Radke had contact with Boswell, police found no evidence that Radke or his entourage had assaulted Boswell as she'd claimed they did and an eyewitness reported that she was visibly intoxicated upon exiting Radke's vehicle.
Instead, Lake was cast in 's with. She later sued for unpaid wages on the film. The Virgin Islands Daily News. In 1948 Paramount decided not to renew Lake's contract. Radke met Max Green from the band Almost Heroes at a talent show.
According to news from the time, Lake's son was born prematurely after she tripped on a lighting cable while filming a movie. During the fight, 22-year-old Chase Rader, a man who had accompanied Radke, shot 18-year-old Michael Allen Cook three times, killing him, as well as wounding another man, Colquitt's brother. Lake's mother, Constance Frances Charlotta née Trimble; 1902—1992 , of Irish descent, married Anthony Keane, a newspaper staff artist, also of Irish descent, in 1933, and Lake began using his surname. The Virgin Island Daily News. Lake and DeToth divorced in 1952. Archived from on June 6, 2013.
This claim was included in several press biographies, although Lake later declared it was bogus. Scathing reviews of The Hour Before the Dawn included criticism of her unconvincing German accent. I don't want to hang on after I've reached a peak. Lake and in trailer for 1946 Lake then made a second film produced by , 1946 , which reunited her with Ladd. She made her first film outside Paramount since she became a star, a Western, 1947 , directed by her then-husband , which reunited her with Joel McCrea, despite his earlier reservation.
She had a troubled childhood and was diagnosed with , according to her mother. Her final screen role was in a low-budget horror film, 1970. Since So Proudly We Hail only The Blue Dahlia had been a hit. Lake later claimed she attended and took a premed course for a year, intending to become a surgeon. The male lead in I Married a Witch was eventually played by and the resulting movie, like The Glass Key, was successful at the box office.