Carol Ohmart Movies and Career Information
Jul 03, 1927
Salt Lake City
Carol Ohmart (born July 3, 1927) is an American actress and model most noted for B-Movies of the 1950s. Born Armelia Carol Ohmart in Salt Lake City, Utah, Ohmart won the Miss Utah title at the age of 19, leading to a modeling career. She won fourth place in the Miss America Pageant. In 1955 Paramount signed her and billed her as "the next Marilyn." After a few forgettable roles, Ohmart was written off. Among her most noted roles was in William Castle's House on Haunted Hill in 1959, where she played the murder-plotting wife of Vincent Price. In the 1970s Ohmart had steady work on television, with roles in Get Smart, Perry Mason, and Barnaby Jones. Her last film role was in 1974 with the film, The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe. After her acting career, Carol Ohmart left Hollywood to study metaphysics. She was married three times.