Sheree North Movies and Career Information

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Jan 17, 1932
Los Angeles
Dawn Shirley Crang Bethel, known as Sheree North, was an American film and television actress, dancer, and singer. North rose to prominence as Twentieth Century-Fox's alternative to Marilyn Monroe, upon signing with the studio in 1954. She starred in How to Be Very, Very Popular and The Lieutenant Wore Skirts; however, the studio soon lost interest in promoting her and assigned her roles in B-movies. After her release from Fox in 1958, North's film career declined. During the 1960s and 70s, she appeared in several television guest spots, including Gunsmoke, The Mary Tyler Moore Show. In the 90s, she appeared in two episodes of Seinfeld. She also appeared in several Broadway productions throughout her career. North died of complications from surgery in November 2005.

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