Audrey Young was an American actress and singer.
In the 1940s, Young worked as a contract actor for Paramount Pictures, playing in over 20 movies between 1944 and 1949.
In Lady in the Dark, she made her acting debut (1944).
Before she became an actor, she sang with Tommy Dorsey's orchestra, and she appeared in a number of movies, including Blue Skies, singing (alone or with a group).
With a few notable exceptions like Danger Street and The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap, the most of her parts were minor and unacknowledged.
In 1957's Love in the Afternoon, she made her last movie appearance as Gary Cooper's character's opera date in an uncredited part.
Young made an appearance on a Paramount Studios variety show that aired on Los Angeles station W6XYZ (later KTLA) on November 1, 1944.
She sang "Getting Sentimental Over You" and "What a Difference a Day Makes." Young "had a terrific voice and was quite telegenic," according to Cy Wagner, who reviewed the artist for the trade newspaper Billboard.
She sung in vaudeville as well.
Young served as a wardrobe consultant on two of her husband's films, The Apartment and Some Like It Hot.
Audrey Young's net worth was $2.5 million at time of her death.
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Audrey Young was married to Billy Wilder from 1949 to 2002.
Children: Audrey Young has no kids.
Parents: Audrey Youngâ€™s father is Stratton Young.