Allene Roberts Biography
Allene RobertsÂ (September 1, 1928 - May 9, 2019) was an American actress. Born in Fairfield Highlands, Alabama, a suburb ofÂ Birmingham, she starred in twelve movies between 1947 and 1954 and appeared on TV inÂ Four Star Playhouse,Â The Adventures of SupermanÂ andÂ Dragnet. Her first big picture wasÂ The Red HouseÂ starringÂ Rory Calhoun,Â Julie LondonÂ andÂ Edward G.
Robinson. That movie was considered by the critics to be the 'sleeper hit' of the year. She starred inÂ Knock on Any DoorÂ starringÂ John DerekÂ andÂ Humphrey Bogart, and inÂ Union StationÂ withÂ William Holden. As well other films, such as the serialÂ Bomba on Panther IslandÂ (Monogram Pictures, 1949). As of 2009, she resides inÂ Huntsville, Alabama, the widow of Ralph Cochran; the couple had four children, John, Leslie, Julie and Laurie.