Fairfax Hall Junior College
Reportedly became involved in the potentially scandalous misuse of money; was in debt to loan sharks; husband called in FBI to investigate and resolve the matter
Reportedly did uncredited screenwriting work on "Rooster Cogburn", starring John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn; produced by husband Hal Wallis
Last film, "The Day of the Wolves"
Played the unconcerned wife of a kidnap victim in "The Happening"
Had featured role in "The Sons of Katie Elder", starring John Wayne and Dean Martin
Cast as a call girl turned movie star in "The Carpetbaggers", based on the Harold Robbins' novel
Played the attractive agent of a best-selling writer in "Wives and Lovers"
Portrayed the lusty Herodias in "The Big Fisherman", helmed by Frank Borzage
Received Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for playing a prim and proper writing teacher attracted to one of her students (Frank Sinatra) in "Some Came Running"
Cast as the witchy older sister Cordelia in the remake of "My Man Godfrey"
Co-starred with Rock Hudson in "Battle Hymn", the fact-based drama about a minister haunted by his actions during WWII
Became a blonde for appearance in the Billy Wilder-directed "Sabrina"
Had featured role in "Abbott and Costello Go to Mars"
Was topbilled in "Geisha Girl", although did not play title character
After marriage to producer-director Ray Stahl, settled in NYC
Contract with RKO ended
Had small role as a maid in "Born to Kill"
Singer Ella Logan reportedly saw her photograph on her father's desk and Logan contacted her husband, a producer, to test Hyer
Film debut in uncredited bit role as a party guest in "The Locket"
While studying at Pasadena Playhouse's summer program, spotted by a talent scout from Paramount; auditions but is not given contract