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Barbara Payton during her arrest.

Barbara Payton during her arrest.

Barbara Payton, born Barbara Lee Redfield on 11/16/27 in Cloquet, MN. Died on 5/8/67 of heart and liver failure. An Actress from 1949 to 1955. She gained notice in the 1949 film "Trapped" co-starring Lloyd Bridges. She is best remembered for her stormy social life and battles with alcohol and drugs. She ended up being forced to sleep on bus benches and suffered regular beatings as a prostitute. Her life has been the subject of several books. She was married four times with one child!

Barbara Payton born as Barbara Lee Redfield on 16 November 1927 in Cloquet, Minnesota. She died 8 May 1967 in San Diego, California.

WEIRDLAND: The Barbara Payton Story

Barbara Payton (born Barbara Lee Redfield in blue-collar Cloquet, Minnesota) was eleven when the family-owned timber business .

Barbara Payton and husband John Lee Payton after a court awarded John full custody of their son.. Barbara's slide into Hell sped up dramatically after this.

Barbara Payton and husband John Lee Payton after a court awarded John full custody of their son. Barbara's slide into Hell sped up dramatically after this.

Barbara Payton

Born Barbara Lee Redfield November 1927 Cloquet, Minnesota, U. Died May 1967 (aged San Diego, California, U.

Barbara Payton born Barbara Lee Redfield in Cloquet, Minnesota (November 16, 1927 – May 8, 1967) was an American film actress. Her brief career was overshadowed by her tempestuous social and personal life along with her eventual battle with alcohol and drug addiction. It ultimately damaged her credibility as a serious actress and ended her career in Hollywood.

Birthday Remembrance, Barbara Payton Barbara Payton born Barbara Lee Redfield in Cloquet, Minnesota (November 1927 – May was an American.

Barbara Payton

Bellini posted this recently in the Lindsay Lohan going to jail thread, and it's an incredibly story. Barbara Payton, A Sad, True Tale of Hollywood By

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