Dorothy Lamour ( 10 de diciembre 1914 – 22 de septiembre 1996) fue una actriz de cine, y cantante estadounidense. Se la recuerda sobre todo por trabajar en la serie de exitosas comedias Road to... con Bing Crosby y Bob Hope . Primeros años Lamour nació en Nueva Orleans, Luisiana, como Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton.
Dorothy Lamour was an American actress and singer who starred in the Road to... movies, a series of comedies with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. She was known for her sarong roles and songs, such as \"Moonlight and Shadows\" and \"The Moon of Manakoora\". She died in 1996 at the age of 81.
Compartir: DOROTHY LAMOUR. (1914-1996) Medía 1’65. Presencia glamourosa del cine estadounidense de los años 30 y 40, Dorothy Lamour, cuyo verdadero nombre era el de Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton, nació el 10 de diciembre del año 1914 en la ciudad de Nueva Orleans, estado de Louisiana.
Dorothy Lamour was a French-born actress who starred in many Hollywood films as a sarong-wearing adventurer. She was Miss New Orleans in 1931 and a band vocalist before becoming an actress. She appeared in 73 films, including The Jungle Princess, Creepshow 2, and Donovan's Reef. She died in 1996 at age 81.
Dorothy was a great actress with roles in Disputed Passage (1939), Dixie (1943) and On Our Merry Way (1948). She could show great range in both comic and dramatic roles. After making three films in 1949, her career began to trail off.
22 de sept. de 2023 · Dorothy Lamour, (born December 10, 1914, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.—died September 22, 1996, Los Angeles, California, U.S.), American actor who was best remembered by filmgoers as the sarong-clad object of Bob Hope’s and Bing Crosby’s attention in a series of "Road" pictures.