Date of Birth: 02/14/1927
Lois Ruth Hooker was born in the Canadian city of Kitchener, February 14, 1927. At age 15, she ran away from home to join the Canadian Army, which entered the Second World War. Initially, it was adopted as a soldier, but later transferred to the Army Corps of entertainment. She traveled with the troops in Europe, where she performed musical and dance numbers. The fact that she was still a minor at the headquarters learned just by being in London, and in order to avoid judicial deportation to Canada, she enrolled at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where he became friends with Roger Moore, who also studied there.
At the age of twenty, she moved to Hollywood, where he quickly found a job as an actress, while changing its name to Maxwell. In 1948, for her role in the movie "The girl from Hagen," she became the owner of "Golden Globe" award as the best aspiring actress. participated in a photo shoot