She acted in various movies and stage productions in the 1920s and ’30s, including June Moon and Move West. Her mom demanded that she stop the creation of Vanities in 1928 because of the ‘skimpy’ outfit she was necessary to put on. She sang with dance orchestras pursuing her acting profession, like the Williams-Walsch Orchestra in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. She wedded architect Neal Wendell Butler in 1941. She made an appearance in Hot-Cha, the final stage creation ever made by Florenz Ziegfeld.