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Brigid Bazlen
Birth: Jun. 9, 1944
Fond du Lac
Fond du Lac County
Wisconsin, USA
Death: May 25, 1989
King County
Washington, USA

Actress. She was discovered at the age of seven when an NBC executive saw her waiting for a school bus in front of her home. For two years she played the role of the daughter on an early television soap opera called Hawkins Falls which was produced in Chicago. In 1958, she played the self titled role of "The Blue Fairy" on the Peabody Award winning children's show produced by television station WGN in Chicago. She later co-starred in the 1959 TV series "Too Young To Go Steady" and appeared opposite Steve McQueen in the motion picture "The Honeymoon Machine". She was only 16 years of age when she won the part for which she is most famous, the role of Salome in the 1961 movie epic, "King Of Kings". She retired from acting after a role in another movie epic, the 1962 film "How The West Was Won" in which she played the daughter of Walter Brennan. She returned to acting briefly in 1972, appearing in the NBC soap opera "Days Of Our Lives" but then permanently retired and moved to Seattle where she died of cancer at the age of 44. (bio by: Decal) 
Family links: 
  Marguerite Daly Bazlen (1916 - 1992)
  Ann Stuart Bazlen*
  Brigid Bazlen (1944 - 1989)
*Calculated relationship
Calvary Cemetery
Fond du Lac
Fond du Lac County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: Cenotaph
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Originally Created by: Decal
Record added: Mar 30, 2007
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- Roses♥~
 Added: Apr. 9, 2015

- Jackie
 Added: Apr. 5, 2015
Brigid, When I was a small boy watching you in the Blue Fairy, I thought you were the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. You made my childhood a bit more enchanted. I still think you are beautiful.
- Bob James
 Added: Mar. 23, 2015
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