She instinctively swept it from her face, but she was sure that it had cost her the part. Veronica was never diagnosed as schizophrenic and had she been working in films would have proven impossible. This comes from a request by Kevin. Paramount art supervisor John Engstead recalled hearing news of her affairs on a daily basis. Veronica felt like an actress.
In 1949, she starred in the Twentieth Century film 1949. He German-Irish father worked on board a ship for an oil company and was killed in an explosion in Philadelphia harbor when little Constance was just twelve. The latter film was a shade better than the previous two. Presumably, the contents were eventually spread along the Virgin Islands coastline in accordance with her wishes several decades earlier. At the hearing she managed to convince the court that her husband was totally responsible for the breakdown of the marriage and that she was a fit mother to care for their daughter Elaine.
Along with Rita Hayworth, Lauren Bacall, and Gene Tierney, Lake was one of four inspirations that helped create the character Jessica Rabbit. She liked Alan Ladd and admired Paulette Goddard for her honesty. Soft waves draped her cheek and a single S-curl fell seductively over one eye. The beautiful actress with the long blonde hair was dead at the age of 50. The studio stopped giving her plum roles. His successes of late had earned him a say in who would appear opposite him, and that meant one thing only to big Al.
My father was a professional wrestler and wrestled under several different names. Their drooping locks began to present a safety issue. The picture was going to be a hit, he said, and that would make her Connie a star. It seemed that Veronica was dumped in just about any film to see if it could be salvaged. Veronica Lake wore looser curls than actresses of the day. Great beauty is one of the most glamorous trademarks of full blown Hollywood stardom. Now, instead of playing coeds, she had a decent, speaking part.
Veronica Lake would make 26 pictures. During the early part of her career she was build as Connie Keane. I'm no longer interested in doing what's expected of me. After all, other would-be starlets took a while before they ever received a bit part. That rat race killed them and I knew it would kill me, so I had to get out.
Her acting itself suffered because of the accent. In 1949, she starred in the Twentieth Century film 1949. On the verge of a nervous breakdown, Lake ran away, flew the airplane solo to New York, and tried to establish a career on Broadway and in television. Connie had previously been diagnosed as a classic schizophrenic and her parents saw acting as a form of treatment for her condition. As historians we can only determine for ourselves how reliable a source might be.
The Keanes lived in Saranac Lake, New York where Lake went to St. By the late 1940s however, Lake's career had begun to decline in part due to her struggles with mental illness and alcoholism. She had a troubled childhood and was diagnosed as schizophrenic, according to her mother. It was a minor part, to be sure, but it was a start. I would just not trust it as a credible source of information on Veronica, period.
Lake was just becoming known to audiences thanks to starring opposite in Preston Sturges' screwball classic Sullivan's Travels. While still a child, Veronica's parents moved to Florida when she was not quite a year old. Things were going nicely until I leaned my elbows on the edge of the table…. Lake won both popular and critical acclaim, most notably for her role in Sullivan's Travels and for her femme fatale roles in film noirs with Alan Ladd, during the 1940s. Ladd, meanwhile, had small role in Citizen Kane 1941. Lake's maternal grandparents, James F. The movie was a success.