Elizabeth “ Betty “ Clooney was born April 12, 1931 at Maysville, KY. She married Pupi Campo on September 7, 1955. They had 4 children. Betty died on August 6, 1976 at Las Vegas, NV. She died, unexpectedly of a brain aneurysm. In honor of Betty the Clooney family founded the Betty Clooney Foundation . The Betty Clooney Foundation is for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury and has been serving the needs of persons with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) since 1983.
After the Clooney Sisters broke up their act and Rosemary went solo, Betty, who was still just a teenager, had her own local television show in Cinncinati, Ohio called "Teen Time". She later appeared on countless variety shows in the 1950s where she sang, danced and acted in skits that showcased her beautiful voice and brilliant sense of humor. She recorded for several record labels including King, RCA and Coral where she had a minor hit with the song "Sin And Satin" and also filmed several soundies of popular hits. She provided the singing voice for Vera Ellen in the film White Christmas that starred her sister Rosemary and features their now famous duet "Sisters". Not one to really seek fame, she subsequently retired from showbiz to raise her family appearing only sporadically on her siblings TV shows until her death.
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