Yvette Vickers, a 1950s cult movie actress and former Playboy Playmate was found dead in her Benedict Canyon home. She kept to herself in recent years and a neighbor discovered her almost mummified body after noticing yellowing mail piling up in the mailbox and no sign of Ms. Vickers. Apparently she has passed away months ago in an upstairs room. News reports say that a space heater was left on and still functioning (even though the electric bill hadn’t been paid in months).
Yvette Vickers started her career in the 1950 movie, “Sunset Boulevard” and went on to have parts in various westerns and TV episodes (including Emergency!, My Three Sons and Dragnet). After the flop of “Short Cut ot Hell” (James Cageny directed), she turned to B-movies. In 1958, she starred in “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman” followed that in 1959 by starring in “Attack of the Giant Leeches”. She was a playmate of the month in 1959.
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