Jane Nigh

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Bonnie Lenora "Jane" Nigh (born February 25 1925–5 October 1993) was an American actress. She was discovered in 1944 by Arthur Wenzler while working in a defense plant. She later signed a contract with Fox Studios. She appeared in movies such as Give My Regards to Broadway and Sitting Pretty (uncredited - 1948).

She played roles for Fox Studios as a redheaded sweetheart or as a spicy lady. She acted from 1944 until 1961.

Nigh, along with Pat McVey, co-starred in the TV series Big Town, with McVey playing the city editor of a newspaper, and Nigh his secretary.

She died in Kern County California on October 5, 1993 of a stroke at the age of 68.

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External links

Jane Nigh at the Internet Movie Database


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