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Beryl Wallace (Beryl Heischuber) was born on 29 September, 1912 in Brooklyn, New York, USA, is an Actress, Soundtrack. Discover Beryl Wallace's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of Beryl Wallace networth?

Popular As Beryl Heischuber
Occupation actress,soundtrack
Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 29 September 1912
Birthday 29 September
Birthplace Brooklyn, New York, USA
Date of death 17 June, 1948
Died Place Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, USA
Nationality USA

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In 1948, Carroll was in the final planning stages of opening a larger theater just one block from his current location. The new one would rival New York's Radio City Music Hall and cost upwards of $15,000,000.


Her last films, in which she was again reduced to secondary femmes, were in The Woman of the Town (1943) and Enemy of Women (1944). Most of her other films, to her detriment, had the gorgeous gal serving as mere set decoration and in unbilled parts. Throughout her minor film reign, she remained a star attraction at Earl Carroll's spectacular musical reviews. During World War II, sexy Beryl did her part by singing and hosting on radio shows. She also entertained soldiers at the Masquers Club and danced at the Hollywood Canteen. The fact that her film career did not amount to too much did not have her overly concerned. She WAS a star -- in Earl Carroll's extravaganzas.


Blake and Dick Purcell, who fought over her in Air Devils (1938), Roy Rogers in Sunset on the Desert (1942), and Richard Dix in The Kansan (1943).


She went on to perform in nearly two dozen "B" films, mostly action adventures or westerns, opposite a number of good-looking leading men including Kermit Maynard in Rough Riding Rhythm (1937), Larry J.


From there she made her movie debut in a film adaptation of Carroll's Broadway play Murder at the Vanities (1934), and then went on to appear in a number of small roles until co-starring with western star Tom Keene in the Monogram programmer Romance of the Rockies (1937).


Outside of Carroll's Vanities of 1930, 1931, 1932, 1935 and 1940, Beryl also appeared on Broadway in the musical comedy "Treasure Girl" (1928), Carroll's "Murder at the Vanities" (1932) and "The Women" (1936), in which she had a small part as a model. The pencil-browed brunet and producer/mogul Earl Carroll, who was at least 16 years her senior, began to engage in a personal relationship as well as professional. In Hollywood he had her headlining his shows at the Earl Carroll Theatre and Restaurant on Sunset Boulevard.


Voluptuous Beryl Wallace was born in Brooklyn, New York, the eldest of nine children of working class Austrian-Jewish émigrés. With her knockout looks and obvious shapeliness, the "Big Apple" beauty naturally gravitated toward an entertainment career and first turned to dancing. She was only a teenager when, acting on a casting call ad, earned a role in the "Earl Carroll Vanities" of 1928. Carroll changed her marquee name to "Beryl Wallace" and off she went to appear in other provocative shows that featured flesh and fantasy themes, some even requiring frontal nudity.