Janet Blair in a Gold Bikini - Framed Picture - 12" x 16"
Janet Blair was a big band singer who became a popular American film and television actress.
Blair began her acting career on film in 1941, being placed under contract to Columbia Pictures. Before that, she was a featured singer in the Hal Kemp Orchestra. During World War II she appeared as the pin-up girl in the March 1944 issue of Yank Magazine.
She made a string of successful pictures, although she is today best remembered for playing Rosalind Russell's sister in My Sister Eileen (1942) and Rita Hayworth's best friend in Tonight and Every Night (1945).
She made a rare dramatic appearance in the British horror film Night of the Eagle (1962).
Also, Blair was a star musical performer in premier nightclubs and supper clubs like the Empire Room at the Waldorf Astoria in New York.