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Fran Carlon

Show Count: 25
Series Count: 2
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: April 2, 1913, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Died: October 4, 1993, New York City, New York, USA

Fran Carlon (August 15, 1913 – October 4, 1993) was an American actress who was most successful in radio and television.

She was born in Indianapolis and grew up in Chicago. She received her theatrical training at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre and later at the Pasadena Playhouse. She began her early stage career in the role of Little Eva in a touring production of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Her Broadway credits included Sunrise at Campobello and Men of Distinction. She went to Hollywood where she appeared in films withDouglas Montgomery, Loretta Young and the Ritz Brothers.

Her radio roles included the reporter Lorelei Heilbron in Big Town, sister Sue in Big Sister, Rhoda Brent in Blackstone, The Magic Detective and Irene in Our Gal Sunday. She played the lead in Kitty Keene, Mary Marlin and Joyce Jordan, MD. She was also in episodes of Mary Noble, Backstage Wife; Lora Lawton; Ma Perkins; The Chicago Theater of the Air; Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons and Theatre Five.

Her television roles included Ada in The Hamptons (TV series), Julia Burke in As the World Turns and Portia Blake in Portia Faces Life.

She was married to Casey Allen, a radio actor and announcer, and had two children.

In 1993, she died of cancer in Manhattan, New York.

Source: Wikipedia

Blackstone, The Magic DetectiveBlackstone, The Magic Detective
Show Count: 56
Broadcast History: 3 October 1948 to 3 April 1949
Cast: Ed Jerome, Ted Osborne, Fran Carlon
Broadcast: 23rd January 1952
Added: Mar 12 2011
Broadcast: 25th September 1964
Added: Aug 23 2013
Broadcast: 19th December 1951
Added: Dec 29 2011
Broadcast: 1st October 1964
Added: Sep 13 2013
Broadcast: 6th October 1964
Added: Sep 17 2013
Broadcast: 20th October 1964
Added: Nov 15 2013
Broadcast: 11th March 1965
Added: Mar 12 2012
Broadcast: 11th February 1965
Added: Feb 11 2014
Broadcast: 4th June 1965
Added: Jun 21 2012