Successfully conquering Vaudeville, Radio, Screen, Television, Cabaret, Vegas and the Broadway Stage, one of entertainment's longest and most fascinating careers began at the age of 3, was billed as Baby Rose Marie. She starred in several of the earliest talking films, beginning with a 1929 short, Baby Rose Marie the Child Wonder, which was screened in theaters before feature films such as The Jazz Singer. In 1946, when Las Vegas opened its first big-time casino hotel, The Flamingo, Rose Marie was hired by Benjamin "Bugsy" Segal as one of the headliners, along with Jimmy Durante and Xavier Cugat. She had a brief Broadway career in Top Banana with Phil Silvers and in 1960, she accepted her first regular role on My Sister Eileen. The next year, The Dick Van Dyke Show premiered and Rose Marie became a household name. After five seasons, she moved to The Doris Day Show. She is the only original member of the hit game show Hollywood Squares to have worked on all of its reincarnations and its hosts. She toured extensively with Rosemary Clooney, Helen O'Connell & Margaret Whiting in 4 Girls 4 and has released her best selling memoirs Hold The Roses.

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