Betty Ann Grove

Theater Actor

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Who is Betty Ann Grove?

Betty Ann Grove is an American actress and singer. A petite redhead with a powerful voice, she recorded in the 1950s. In 1950, she debuted on Broadway in the 1948 original production of Kiss Me, Kate, playing Lois Lane/Bianca, a lead role that was originated by Lisa Kirk. She appeared on Broadway in three other shows as well: The 1968 original production of George M!; the 1979 original production of I Remember Mama; and the 1983 revival of On Your Toes. From 1949–56 she was the featured singer on ABC-TV's Stop the Music and appeared on such television programs as The Bert Parks Show, The Red Buttons Show and Ozark Jubilee.

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on July 23, 2013

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