Life[change | change source]
Born Beverly Jean Saul in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the daughter of a secretary, she was just a teenage girl when she had her singing debut on the localradio. A short time later she moved with her mother to Hollywood and gave her film debut in the 1943 premiere comedy comedy The Youngest Profession .
Between 1956 and 1961 she also co-operated in various television series; Including the episode When Mr. Twilight Died (original title: Vengeance ) of the Western series Bonanza . Her last appearance in front of the camera was in a Thanksgiving themed episode of the TV series Hazel .
In the context of her marriage to Jim Jordan Jr. on May 6, 1962, she completed her career as a film actor and later appeared only on stage at supper clubs and playhouses in Reno, Nevada throughout the 1980s.
Filmography (selection)[change | change source]
- 1946: The Green Years
- 1950: Rolling Fever
- 1952: The Cimarron Kid
- 1952: The Battle of Apache Pass
- 1957: Voodoo Island
- 1957: Chicago Confidential
- 1958: The Toughest Gun in Tombstone
References[change | change source]
- "Beverly Tyler - The Private Life and Times of Beverly Tyler. Beverly Tyler Pictures". www.glamourgirlsofthesilverscreen.com.