Arlene Dahl’s first role was in 1947’s “My Wild Irish Rose,” in which she co-starred opposite Dennis Morgan (via IMDb). Some of her most notable film appearances include her roles in 1949’s “Reign of Terror” and “Scene of the Crime,” as well as 1953’s “Here Comes the Girls” and 1959’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth.” Other films include 1951’s “No Questions Asked,” 1956’s “Wicked as They Come,” and 1964’s “Kisses for My President.”
In the latter half of her professional run, Dahl took on four-episode arcs on shows “One Life to Live” and “The Love Boat.” All told, the actor racked up nearly 50 acting credits throughout her celebrated career. Her most recent appearance was a one-episode guest spot on the action-adventure series “Air America,” that aired in 1999. In her later years, Dahl moved on from acting to become a beauty writer and cosmetics executive.
Along with her son Lorenzo Lamas and her husband Marc Rosen, Dahl is survived by two other children, as well as grandchildren and great grandchildren.