More DetailsHide DetailsShe played the role of Maggie in the Fresno Community Theater production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams. She claimed to be nervous about having to appear in her slip during most of the play's second act. Even though briefly embarrassed, the actress professed a love of the stage. She liked it more in some respects than either television or films because of "the feeling of being more in touch with people."
Snowden became an actress in B-movies like All That Heaven Allows, The Square Jungle, The Creature Walks Among Us, and Hot Rod Rumble. Her screen career was a brief one, enduring only from 1954 - 1961.
More DetailsHide DetailsHer last performance in movies was an uncredited part as Evie in The Comancheros (1961). Her last TV roles came in episodes of This is Alice (1958) and Tightrope (1960).
She married accordionist Dick Contino who was once romantically involved with Piper Laurie. She met him at a party given by Tony Curtis to celebrate the first TV show performance of Rory Calhoun. Within three months Snowden and Contino wed. After a year, with the arrival of their first child, Snowden's career was all but over. She chose to be a stay-at-home mom who cared mostly about her family. She hated housework but enjoyed cooking.
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