|Birth Day:||July 5, 1927|
|Death Date:||November 23, 2005(2005-11-23) (aged 78)
|Birth Place:||Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States|
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As per our current Database, Beverly Tyler died on November 23, 2005(2005-11-23) (aged 78)
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Tyler was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, on July 5, 1927, the daughter of a secretary and factory employee, who secured piano and music lessons for their daughter at a young age. She was reared in adjacent Dunmore, Pennsylvania, attended Central High School, and she and her parents were devout Methodists who were active in the Dunmore Methodist Church where Beverly sang in the choir. When she was 14 years old, Tyler passed screen and voice tests and was informed, "you're a movie actress."
Tyler appeared on Broadway during her teenage years as the female lead in the 1945 production The Firebird of Florence.
Tyler debuted in films billed as Beverly Jean Saul in The Youngest Profession (1943). She worked in over 30 motion pictures between 1943 and 1957, some of which included The Green Years (1946), My Brother Talks to Horses (1947), The Fireball (1950), Voodoo Island (1957), Toughest Gun in Tombstone (1958), and Hong Kong Confidential (1958). In 1953, Tyler played Lorelei Kilbourne on the television program Big Town. She also was seen in shows such as The Andy Griffith Show, Bonanza and Hazel. She was considered for the roles of Betty Schaefer in Sunset Boulevard (1950), Eve Harrington in All About Eve (1950), Georgie Elgin in The Country Girl (1954), and Marylee Hadley in Written on the Wind (1956), but never got any part.
Tyler's last appearance on the small screen was in 1961, and for the next couple of decades she focused on marriage, motherhood, and was a mainstay on the local theatre and supper club circuit in Reno until her retirement in 1990. She did return to her native Scranton/Dunmore area in 1950 to promote her picture The Fireball and was given the key to the city by then mayor James T. Hanlon and she also went back to spend a few weeks in 1990 after her retirement to visit her old neighborhood with a childhood friend with whom she had kept in touch.
In May 1962, she married Jim Jordan, Jr., the son of the famed 1930s radio couple Fibber McGee and Molly, and had a son and three daughters. They remained married until his death in December 1998.
Beverly Tyler died under her married name of Beverly Jordan on November 23, 2005, in Reno, Nevada, from pulmonary embolism and was laid to rest at Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery in Reno, Nevada. She was survived by a son and three stepdaughters.
Currently, Beverly Tyler is 95 years, 8 months and 27 days old. Beverly Tyler will celebrate 96th birthday on a Wednesday 5th of July 2023.
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