RIP Sharon Douglas
Radio, film and TV actress Sharon Douglas died on June 18, 2016. Born Rhodanelle Rader in Stevens County, Oklahoma on October 16, 1920, she was one well-known radio actress at Las Cruces, New Mexico, before leaving for Hollywood to work in movies. After a supporting role in A Gentleman After Dark (1942), she received the leading role in Fog Island (1945), where she also wrote the soundtrack. After some other small roles in movies, she moved to the small screen of TV, where she did some work, but resumed her radio career later.
DOUGLAS, Sharon (Rhodanelle Rader)
Born: 10/16/1920, Stevens County, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
Died: 6/18/2016, U.S.A.
Sharon Douglas’ western – actress:
The Daughters of Joshua Cabe (TV) – 1972 (saleslady)