Yvonne De Carlo was a Canadian-American actress, singer, and dancer, born on September 1, 1922, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She became a prominent Hollywood star during the golden age of cinema, known for her beauty, talent, and versatility. Yvonne De Carlo’s birth name was Margaret Yvonne Middleton. She began her career in entertainment as a dancer in nightclubs and as a chorus girl on Broadway. Her big break came when she was signed by Paramount Pictures in the early 1940s. Although she initially had minor roles, she gained attention for her beauty and quickly climbed the ranks to more significant roles. In 1945, Yvonne De Carlo had a breakthrough role in the Technicolor adventure film “Salome, Where She Danced,” where she portrayed the title character, a dancer involved in a spy plot during World War I. This role brought her widespread recognition and established her as a leading lady.…