Betty Garrett

Betty Garrett has honoured the Broadway stage and played twice onscreen lover Frank Sinatra, but according to his son, Garrett Parks, the actress died Sunday (February 13).

91 Years old actress probably died of an aortic aneurysm.

Two roles most famous Garrett films were "Take Me Out to the ball" and "on the city," both in 1949, where she was a girl in love with Frank Sinatra.

What I find really interesting is that Garrett was developed at the index of Hollywood and his film career was shortened. Her husband, Larry Parks, had to bear witness to HUACC about his brief involvement in the part of the community. They were all two, and then on a blacklist.

Garrett later then to make appearances in both "All in the family" and "Laverne and Shirley" in the 1970s and 1980s. Latest work included guest-starring roles on "Boston Public," "becker" and "the anatomy of grey".

Betty in mourning his son Garrett and Andrew, two daughters-in-law and granddaughter.


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