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Suzanne Alexander was a multi-talented actress, vocalist, and model who never achieved the stardom that she deserved. As someone who was born into an artistic family, there were high expectations for her; her father was a musician, her mother was a model, and her brother was an actor. She acted a bit in regional theater before starring in movies like Cat-Women of the Moon (1953), Down Three Dark Streets (1954), and The Garment Jungle (1957). Meanwhile, she was seen on weekdays co-hosting the television series' The Juke Box Jury with Peter Potter and Queen For a Day with Jack Bailey.