Carol Veazie was a Canadian actress who brought her acting talents to Hollywood films. Veazie began her acting career in film, appearing in such titles as the Edmond O'Brien crime flick "A Cry in the Night" (1956), the Bette Davis dramatic adaptation "The Catered Affair" (1956) and the comedy "Designing Woman" (1957) with Gregory Peck. She also appeared in the adaptation "Auntie Mame" (1958) with Rosalind Russell. Veazie worked in television around the start of her acting career with a role on "First Love" (1953-56). Her film career continued throughout the sixties in productions like "Return to Peyton Place" (1961) with Carol Lynley, "Tender Is the Night" (1962) and the Lee Remick dramatic adaptation "Baby, the Rain Must Fall" (1965). She also worked in television during these years, including a part on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961). Nearing the end of her career, she tackled roles in "Cat Ballou" (1965) with Jane Fonda and the suspenseful mystery "Signpost to Murder" (1965) with Joanne Woodward. She also was featured in the TV movies "The Great American Beauty Contest" (1972-73) and "The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped" (1973-74). Veazie last acted on "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" (1974-75). Carol Veazie passed away in July 1984 at the age of 89.