Stage and display actress who also debuted about Broadway inside a 1931 creation of You Said It and subsequently appeared in various Hollywood movies, including Million Buck Legs, THE BEST Broadcast of 1936, and Select a Star. As a girl, she worked well as both a trapeze designer and a vaudeville performer. She made an appearance inside a 1933 Gershwin musical entitled Pardon My British. She was the Polish-born child of the circus clown. She relocated to america in the 1920s; she wedded Bud Ernest in 1935. She starred with Jack port Oakie in the 1932 film Mil Dollar Legs.