Actress, Singer. She had roles in movies including "Jungle Woman" (1944), "The Red House" (1947), with Edward G. Robinson, Task Force" (1949) with Gary Cooper, "The Fat Man" (1950) and "A Question of Adultery' (1958). London was married to Jack Webb from "Dragnet" for 5 years. She was then married to Bobby Troup for many years. He was a songwriter who wrote the popular tune "Route 66." His most famous role was playing 'Dr. Joe Early' on the 1970's TV series "Emergency!," costarring Julie, who played 'Nurse Dixie McCall.' London and Webb remained friends after their divorce in the early 1950s, and it was Webb (executive producer of "Emergency!") who recommended her and Troup to Robert A. Cinader, co-creator and producer of "Emergency!" Her hit song was "Cry Me a River" in 1955 and made 32 albums. Other songs include "Around Midnight," "In the Middle of a Kiss," "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning," and "My Heart Belongs to Daddy." She suffered a stroke in 1995, and was in poor health until her death in Encino, California, at the age of 74.
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