|Yvonne De Carlo|
De Carlo, c. 1955
|Born||Margaret Yvonne Middleton
September 1, 1922
West Point Grey (present-day Vancouver), British Columbia, Canada
|Died||January 8, 2007
Los Angeles, California, United States
|Cause of death||Heart failure|
|Education||Lord Roberts School
King Edward High School
|Occupation||Actress, dancer, singer|
|Notable work||Sephora from Cecil B. DeMille’s The Ten Commandments (1956)|
|Spouse(s)||Robert Drew “Bob” Morgan (m. 1955; div. 1973)|
|Children||Bruce Morgan (b. 1956)
Michael Morgan (1957â€“1997)
|Parent(s)||William Middleton (father)
Marie De Carlo (mother)
Men, no matter what their promises, rarely leave their spouses… the louses.
After I made my hit in 'Salome,' Universal sent me to New York so I could learn to be a proper movie star.
I enjoyed being in 'The Ten Commandments.' That was a great experience – to suddenly become one of those holy people. I was holier than thou.
I was named Margaret Yvonne. 'Margaret' because my mother was very fond of one of the derivatives of the name. She was fascinated at the time by the movie star Baby Peggy, and I suppose she wanted a Baby Peggy of her own.