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Margaret Yvonne Middleton (Peggy, Technicolor Queen of Hollywood, The Most Beautiful Girl in the World, Queen of Technicolor) was born on 1 September, 1922 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is an Actress, Soundtrack. Discover Yvonne De Carlo'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 Yvonne De Carlo networth?

Popular As Margaret Yvonne Middleton (Peggy, Technicolor Queen of Hollywood, The Most Beautiful Girl in the World, Queen of Technicolor)
Occupation actress,soundtrack
Age 85 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 1 September 1922
Birthday 1 September
Birthplace Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Date of death 8 January, 2007
Died Place Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
Nationality Canada

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Yvonne De Carlo Height, Weight & Measurements

At 85 years old, Yvonne De Carlo height is 5' 4¼" (1.63 m) .

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Height 5' 4¼" (1.63 m)
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Who Is Yvonne De Carlo's Husband?

Her husband is Bob Morgan (21 November 1955 - 1974) ( divorced) ( 2 children)

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Husband Bob Morgan (21 November 1955 - 1974) ( divorced) ( 2 children)
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Yvonne De Carlo Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Yvonne De Carlo worth at the age of 85 years old? Yvonne De Carlo’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Canada. We have estimated Yvonne De Carlo's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Harvard, Here I Come! (1941)$35
Casbah (1948)$25 .000
The Ten Commandments (1956)$25,000
Satan's Cheerleaders (1977)$25,000

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After her role in The Barefoot Executive (1995), she retired from acting at age 72.


Her mother, Marie DeCarlo Middleton, died from a fall on December 19, 1993.


In the 1970s, she was the celebrity spokesperson for Bank of America.


Was named the Honorary Mayor of North Hollywood in 1966.


However, with film roles drying up, she took what turned out to be the role for which she will be best remembered--that of Lily Munster in the smash series The Munsters (1964). However, she still was not completely through with the big screen.


Appearances in such films as McLintock! (1963), The Power (1968), The Seven Minutes (1971) and La casa de las sombras (1976) kept her before the eyes of the movie-going public.


Guest-starred on the pilot episode of Bonanza (1959) as Gold Rush entertainer Lotta Crabtree.


Her performance served as a springboard to another fine role, this time as Amantha Starr in Band of Angels (1957).


In 1956, she appeared in the film that would immortalize her best, The Ten Commandments (1956). She played Sephora, the wife of Moses (Charlton Heston). The film was, unquestionably, a super smash, and is still shown on television today.


Met Bob Morgan on the set of Shotgun (1955). They were married for 19 years, until their divorce in 1973.


Her last film in 1952 was Hurricane Smith (1952), a picture most fans and critics agree is best forgotten.


In 1951, RKO Radio Pictures tried to compose a film noir entitled "The Sins of Sarah Ferry". The story was about a courthouse clerk in Binghamton, New York who finds herself falling in love with a beautiful liar whose accused of armed robbery as well as a hit run charge involving a death. The cast would have starred Laraine Day, Fred MacMurray, Yvonne De Carlo, Hugh Beaumont, Glenn Ford, Howard Duff and Evelyn Keyes, with the studio wanting to shoot on location in Binghamton and neighboring Johnson City. This project never materialized because the plot was considered to close of a generic step-up of Double Indemnity (1944) and the studio never received a reply via phone call or standard mail from the Binghamton Courthouse or then Mayor Donald Kramer granting them permission to film on location in the area and negotiate a fair range of payment. Based on that neglect, the studio immediately canceled this project and moved on.


At the start of the 1950s, Yvonne enjoyed continued success in lead roles.

Her talents were again showcased in movies such as The Desert Hawk (1950), Silver City (1951) and Scarlet Angel (1952).

In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Yvonne appeared on such television series as Bonanza (1959) and The Virginian (1962).


She had a meaty role in Criss Cross (1949), a gangster movie, as the ex-wife of a hoodlum.


Her next film was the highly regarded Burt Lancaster prison film Brute Force (1947).

Time after time, Yvonne continued to pick up leading roles, in such pictures as Slave Girl (1947), Black Bart (1948), Casbah (1948) and River Lady (1948).


After a year off the screen in 1946, she returned in 1947 as Cara de Talavera in Song of Scheherazade (1947), and many agreed that the only thing worth watching in the film was Yvonne.


The next year, started out the same, with mostly bit parts, but later that year, she landed the title role in Salome, Where She Danced (1945) for Universal Pictures. While critics were less than thrilled with the film, it was at long last her big break, and the film was a success for Universal. Now she was rolling.

Her next film was the western comedy Frontier Gal (1945) as Lorena Dumont.


In The Deerslayer (1943), she played Wah-Tah. The role did not amount to much, but it was much better than the ones she had been handed previously. The next year was about the same as the previous two years. She played small parts as either secretaries, someone's girlfriend, native girls or office clerks. Most aspiring young actresses would have given up and gone home in defeat, but not Yvonne. She trudged on.


The rest of 1942 and 1943 saw her in more uncredited roles in films that did not quite set Hollywood on fire.


Although the film Harvard, Here I Come! (1941) was quite lame, Yvonne glowed in her brief appearance as a bathing beauty.


They came back to Hollywood in 1940, where Yvonne would dance in chorus lines at night while she checked in at the studios by day in search of film work. After appearing in unbilled parts in three short films, she finally got a part in a feature.


In 1937, when Yvonne was 15, her mother took her to Hollywood to try for fame and fortune, but nothing came of it and they returned to Canada.


Yvonne De Carlo was born Margaret Yvonne Middleton on September 1, 1922 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She was three when her father abandoned the family. Her mother turned to waitressing in a restaurant to make ends meet--a rough beginning for an actress who would, one day, be one of Hollywood's elite. Yvonne's mother wanted her to be in the entertainment field and enrolled her in a local dance school and also saw that she studied dramatics. Yvonne was not shy in the least. She was somewhat akin to Colleen Moore who, like herself, entertained the neighborhood with impromptu productions.


Her maternal grandfather, Michele "Papa" De Carlo, was Sicilian. Her maternal grandmother, Margaret Purvis, was Scottish. Michele met Margaret in Nice, France, and they married in 1897. Yvonne's mother, Marie, was born in Nice in 1903. The De Carlo family moved to Canada in 1912.