Carla Balenda (born November 22, 1925) is an American former film and television actress.
November 22, 1925
|Occupation||American film and television actress|
After being billed as Sally Bliss in "a few minor roles in RKO productions," she changed her name to Carla Balenda. She explained: "Sally Bliss was just too cute. And I'm not cute at all. That name would type me, probably in ingenue roles -- and I'm not the type."
|1944||Swing in the Saddle||Judy Bayliss|
|Dancing in Manhattan||Billie|
|Meet Miss Bobby Socks||Pillow|
|1945||Eadie Was a Lady||Doris|
|Rustlers of the Badlands||Sally Boylston|
|1950||Hunt the Man Down||Rolene Wood|
|1951||Sealed Cargo||Margaret McLean|
|The Whip Hand||Janet Keller|
|1952||The Pace That Thrills||Eve Drake|
|Outlaw Women||Beth Larabee|
|1953||Prince of Pirates||Princess Maria|
|1966||Seconds||Operating room nurse|
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