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Barbara May Theresa Werle (October 6, 1928 –January 1, 2013) was an American actress and singer, best known for her role in 1966 Seconds. Her other film credits included Battle of the Bulge in 1965; the 1965 musical comedy, Harum Scarum; The Rare Breed in 1966; Gunfight in Abilene in 1967; Charro! in 1969; Krakatoa, East of Java in 1969; and Gone with the West in 1975. Her television credits ranged from appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show; a starring role on the short-lived series, San Francisco International Airport, opposite Lloyd Bridges and Clu Gulager, from 1970 to 1971; and recurring roles on the NBC television series, The Virginian, during the 1960s and 1970s.
Werle was born on October 6, 1928, in Mount Vernon, New York. She became a ballroom dancer after graduating from a Catholic high school. He early awards included the Harvest Moon Ball during the early 1950s.
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