Gale RobbinsMay 7, 1921, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Gale Robbins was an American actress and singer.\nBorn in Chicago, Illinois, Robbins graduated from high school in June 1939 and began her career with the Phil Levant band in 1940. She married her high school sweetheart, Robert Olson, in November 1944 when he was in the Air Force.\nStarting as a model and nightclub singer she made her film debut in In the Meantime, Darling in 1944. She appeared in several films, such as Calamity Jane and My Dear Secretary, and briefly sang parts of two songs in The Barkleys of Broadway, playing Shirlene May, the potential understudy to Ginger Rogers' character. Robbins sang another song, \"All Alone Monday,\" in another Fred Astaire vehicle, 1950's Three Little Words.\nRobbins entertained at many military bases with a troupe led by Bob Hope. She later focused on TV, hosting Hollywood House from 1949 to 1950. She released the album I'm a Dreamer, backed by Eddie Cano and his orchestra, in 1958. She made three guest appearances on The Bob Cummings Show between 1955-1958. Gale appeared on The Untouchables, in the episode \"The Antidote.\" She also had roles in such popular series as Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, 77 Sunset Strip and Mister Ed.