Nancy Malone began her career at the age of six, modeling and appearing on live radio and television programs. She went on
to become an accomplished actor, director and producer and was a co-founder of Women in Film, the nonprofit organization dedicated
to supporting women's roles within the entertainment industry. The collection consists of material representing Malones' involvement
in various projects as actress, director and producer, her association with Women in Film, her contributions to the advancement
of the entertainment community and her various achievements outside of the industry.
Nancy Malone was born in Queens Village, New York on March 19, 1935. At the age of six she started modeling and was featured
on many leading, popular magazine covers. She began appearing on live radio and television programs, and was cast as Margy
Martin on CBS-TV's first soap opera,
The First Hundred Years. She also appeared on popular programs such as
The Alcoa Hour and
Hallmark Hall of Fame. She made her Broadway debut in 1952 in the title role of Ronald Alexander's comedy
Time Out for Ginger, in which she was nominated for the Sarah Siddons Award in 1954. Malone got her big break in 1960 when she landed the role
of Libby, the girlfriend of Detective Adam Flint on the police drama
Naked City. Malone earned an Emmy nomination for outstanding performance by a supporting actress and stayed with the program until it
went off the air in 1963.
35 linear ft.
(62 boxes, 2 record cartons, and 4 flat boxes)
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