Irene Vernon (born Irene Vergauwen, January 16, 1922 – April 21, 1998) was an American actress. Contents 1 Background 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Death 5 Filmography 6 References 7 External links Background [ edit] Vernon was born Irene Vergauwen in Mishawaka, Indiana, and graduated from Mishawaka High School.
Irene Vernon was born on January 16, 1922 in Mishawaka, Indiana, USA. She was an actress, known for Fireside Theatre (1949), Bewitched (1964) and The Sound of Fury (1950). She was previously married to Emmanuel Rosenberg. She died on April 21, 1998 in South Bend, Indiana, USA. Family (1) Trivia (3)
Irene Vernon was born on 16 January 1922 in Mishawaka, Indiana, USA. She was an actress, known for Fireside Theatre (1949), Bewitched (1964) and The Sound of Fury (1950). She was previously married to Emmanuel Rosenberg. She died on 21 April 1998 in South Bend, Indiana, USA. Born January 16, 1922 Died April 21, 1998 (76) Add to list Photos
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Zodiac Sign: Irene Vernon was a Capricorn. People of this zodiac sign like family, tradition, and dislike almost everything at some point. The strengths of this sign are being responsible, disciplined, good managers, while weaknesses can be to be the know-it-all, unforgiving, condescending and expecting the worst. The greatest overall compatibility...
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Vernon and Irene Castle, original names Vernon Blythe and Irene Foote, (respectively, born May 2, 1887, Norwich, Norfolk, Eng.—died Feb. 15, 1918, Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.; born 1893, New Rochelle, N.Y., U.S.—died Jan. 25, 1969, Eureka Springs, Ark.), American husband-and-wife dancing team, famous as the originators of the one-step and the turkey …
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Few at home guessed that this frumpy housefrau was once a sex kitten in motion pictures of the '30s & '40s. A heart ailment led to massive weight gain and ultimately forced her to give up the job. She died just a few months after leaving the show. When Fran Ryan stepped in as Mrs. Ziffel in 1969 it was seamless.