Blonde leading lady Constance Moore started in films as a contract player at Universal. She appeared as Wilma Deering in the 1938 serial Buck Rogers, and was Edgar Bergen's love interest in the W.C. Fields vehicle You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939). A band singer before and after her Universal sojourn, Moore briefly forsook films to star in the 1942 Broadway musical comedy By Jupiter, then returned to Hollywood as the star of a string of above-average Republic musicals. She virtually retired from filmmaking in 1947, making unexpected return appearances in 1951's The Thirteenth Letter and 1967's Spree. Sporadically active on TV in the 1960s, Constance Moore was a regular on the 1961 Robert Young "dramedy" Window on Main Street and the 1965 soap opera The Young Marrieds.