Canadian by birth, Carol Veazie built her entertainment career as an actress in many successful Hollywood movies. Veazie's acting career began mostly with her roles in various films, such as the Edmond O'Brien crime picture "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 "Auntie Mame" (1958). She worked in television in her early acting career as well, including a part on "First Love" (NBC, 1953-56). She continued to act in productions like the Carol Lynley adaptation sequel "Return to Peyton Place" (1961), "Tender Is the Night" (1962) and the Lee Remick dramatic adaptation "Baby, the Rain Must Fall" (1965). She also worked in television around this time, including a part on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (CBS, 1961). In the latter half of her career, she tackled roles in the Jane Fonda comedy adaptation "Cat Ballou" (1965) and the mystery thriller "Signpost to Murder" (1965) with Joanne Woodward. She also was featured in the TV movies "The Great American Beauty Contest" (ABC, 1972-73) and "The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped" (ABC, 1973-74). Veazie more recently acted on "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" (ABC, 1974-75). Veazie passed away in July 1984 at the age of 89.