NELSON Harriet( Actress)
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Harriet Nelson was born July 18, 1909, died Oct. 2, 1994. She was a famous American singer and actress.
Name Harriet Nelson is the stage name actress. At birth, she was named Peggy Lou Shnayter. Harriet was born in Des Moines, Iowa. She began performing on the stage. In particular, the actress participated in various vaudeville. With its beautiful voice and good looks Harriet received leading roles in productions and was always at the forefront.
. During a speech Harriet she met her future husband, conductor and jazz orchestra leader Ozzie Nelson
. Ozzy periodically began to invite her as a singer at his concerts. For a while it appeared under the name Harriet Hilliard. But three years after their acquaintance, the couple decided to officially register their relationship.
Harriet Nelson has quite a lot of film roles, where she served as an ensemble singer. During the Second World War, she traveled the country with performances and has performed in various musicals and vaudeville. Harriet won millions of hearts with its openness and joie de vivre. She inspired the army of soldiers leaving the front, what has brought great benefit to the state.
In the film 'Honeymoon Lodge' wife of Nelson appeared together. The same can be seen in the picture 'Hi, Good Lookin'. And in 1944, the radio broadcast was their own show 'The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet'. The transfer was a success among the audience, and that this work served as a good start career Harriet on television.
In 1977, the couple, Nelson appeared in the film 'Ozzie's Girls'. At this time the screen appeared a few films with the participation of Nelson's sons, Ricky and David.
In the 1980's by Harriet Nelson almost starred in films and worked on radio. She moved to Laguna Beach, California. The actress died on Oct. 2, 1994. The cause of her death was cardiac arrest.
Harriet Nelson was buried in the cemetery 'Forest Lawn' is located in the Hollywood Hills. Together with her grave are the graves of her husband and son Ricky, who died in a plane crash.
Harriet Nelson with her husband made a huge contribution to the development of American cinema. For his services spouses Nelson won his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.