Ina Balin was an American stage, film, and television actress.
16 Facts About Ina Balin
Ina Balin's father, Sam Rosenberg, was a dancer, singer and comedian who worked in the Borscht Belt.
Ina Balin later quit show business to join his family's furrier business.
Ina Balin's mother was a Hungarian-born professional dancer who escaped a troubled family life by marrying at age 15.
Ina Balin graduated from high school at age 15 after having spent five years at a boarding school in Pennsylvania.
Ina Balin first appeared on television on The Perry Como Show.
Ina Balin appeared with Joseph Cotten, Fernando Lamas and Dean Jagger in the 1969 made-for-television movie The Lonely Profession.
Ina Balin did summer stock, which led to roles on Broadway.
Ina Balin first starred on Broadway in Compulsion, portraying Ruth.
In 1959, Ina Balin landed her first film role in The Black Orchid.
Ina Balin was Paul Newman's love interest in the 1960 screen adaptation of From the Terrace.
Co-starring with Jerry Lewis in the 1964 hit comedy The Patsy, Ina Balin had a secondary part in 1965's The Greatest Story Ever Told.
In 1959, Ina Balin won the Theatre World Award for her performance in the Broadway comedy A Majority of One.
In 1966, Ina Balin toured Vietnam with the USO on the first of many trips to the war-torn region.
Ina Balin had been at the hospital seeking a lung transplant.