Sally Forrest

Birthday: May 28, 1928
Birthplace: Not Available
American actress Sally Forrest went from high-school dance instructor to movie dancer in 1946 with her first film, Till the Clouds Roll By (1946). Forrest was briefly a protégé of actress/director Ida Lupino, who cast Forrest in Not Wanted (1949) and Hard Fast and Beautiful (1950); in the latter film Forrest delivered her best screen performance as a brilliant but emotionally cold-blooded tennis pro. Most of the actress' later performances were bland leading-lady types, though she was quite alluring as an inappropriately blonde Persian harem girl in Son of Sinbad (1955). Sally Forrest's last movie appearance was in Ride the High Iron (1957), which began life as a TV pilot film but was released theatrically when the pilot failed to sell. She continued to appear in sporatic TV episodes for several years, before retiring from acting in 1967. Forrest died in 2015 at age 86.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
89% While the City Sleeps Nancy Liggett 1955
No Score Yet Son of Sinbad Ameer 1955
No Score Yet The Strange Door Blanche de Maletroit 1951
No Score Yet The Strip Jane Tafford 1951
No Score Yet Excuse My Dust (Mr. Belden's Amazing Gasmobile) Liz Bullitt 1951
No Score Yet Hard, Fast and Beautiful Florence Farley 1951
No Score Yet Vengeance Valley Lily Fasken 1951
No Score Yet Mystery Street Grace Shanway 1950
No Score Yet Young Lovers Carol Williams 1950
No Score Yet Dancing in the Dark Secretary 1949
No Score Yet Not Wanted Sally Kelton 1949
93% Take Me Out to the Ball Game Dancer 1949
No Score Yet The Young Lovers Director 1949
No Score Yet Never Fear (The Young Lovers) Actor 1949
100% Till the Clouds Roll By Chorus Girl 1947

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Rawhide
1959-1965
Clovis Loreen
  • 1964
  • 1959

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