(press agent - uncredited) / (technical adviser)
Herself - Today Girl (1961)
"Anita Colby's Beauty Book" (Prentice-Hall).
1 Portrayal |
11 Interviews |
14 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Did You Know?
[about her early acting career, prior to her staff job at "Harper's Bazaar"] I said I was going to be a top model, and I was. Then I had five offers from Hollywood. I went out there and found everything easy. I was earning more than Lucille Ball
and Joan Fontaine
. I was sure I was going to be a star any day, so I didn't do any work. Suddenly I awoke to the fact that I wasn't getting anywhere. ...
In 1947 she was executive assistant to Henry Ginsberg
at Paramount Pictures. She was the first woman to occupy this executive position.