November 14, 1922
July 7, 1973
5 ft 1¾ in | 157 cm
35-22-35 in | 89-56-89 cm
45 kg | 99 lbs
7 US | 37.5 EU
Veronica Lake was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States, on November 14, 1922, was an American actress.
Young Veronica Lake first started performing in MGM studio's acting farm, the Bliss-Hayden School of Acting (now the Beverly Hills Playhouse).
She made her big screen debut in drama film Sorority House (1939) in uncredited role as Coed.
She got her television debut NBC series Lights Out (1950) in episode "Beware This Woman", in role as Mercy Device.
Veronica's breakthrough performance came as Sally Vaughn in military drama movie I Wanted Wings (1940).
She landed her stage debut in a play "Thought for Food" (1939).
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Sullivan's Travels (1941) romantic comedy as The Girl
This Gun for Hire (1942) noir crime as Ellen Graham
I Married a Witch (1942) fantasy romantic comedy as Jennifer
The Glass Key (1942) crime drama noir as Janet Henry
The Blue Dahlia (1946) noir crime as Joyce Harwood
Ramrod (1947) Western as Connie Dickason
So Proudly We Hail! (1943) war action as Lt. Olivia D'Arcy
Miss Susie Slagle's (1945) drama as Nan Rogers
Slattery's Hurricane (1949) drama noir as Dolores Greaves
Out of This World (1945) romantic comedy as Dorothy Dodge
Duffy's Tavern (1945) musical comedy as Herself
She played various characters in anthology series Lux Video Theatre (1950-1953) in 3 episodes.
Attended St. Bernard's School, in Saranac Lake, New York and all-girls Catholic boarding school in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Studied at the McGill University and Miami High School.
Had German and Irish ancestry.
She is also known for her iconic hairstyle.
Her real name was Constance Frances Marie Ockelman.
She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located on 6918 Hollywood Boulevard in 1960.
She made 7 movies with Alan Ladd.
Published her memoir "Veronica: The Autobiography of Veronica Lake" in 1970.
Veronica died on July 7, 1973, Burlington, Vermont, United States, at the age of 50.
She was married to:
Robert Carleton-Munro (1972-1973)
Joseph A McCarthy (1955-1959)
André De Toth (1944-1952) they had a son, Andre Anthony Michael III and a daughter, Diana
John S. Detlie (1940-1943) they had a daughter, Elaine and a son, Anthony
She dated Bob Hope (1943).