|Who is it?||Actress|
|Birth Day||June 08, 1923|
|Birth Place||Port Carbon, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Age||97 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||October 1, 2007 (aged 84)\nHatfield, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
Maley was in the Broadway productions of I Gotta Get Out (1947) and Joy to the World (1948).
The daughter of James and Grace (née Williams) Maley, she wed garment manufacturer Rickey Rafield in 1952, a union that reportedly lasted only 12 weeks before it was annulled. She married secondly, many years later, apparently to a policeman from New York; that union also was eventually dissolved.
Maley had a brief seven-year acting career on television from 1953-60. Her first appearance was as Diane Chandler in Ramar of the Jungle. She made three appearances in The Star and the Story, three on Dragnet, starring Jack Webb, three on Richard Diamond, Private Detective, and three on Perry Mason, starring Raymond Burr.
She appeared in Private Secretary January 10, 1954. She appeared in "Wanted Dead or Alive" the episode was "The Kovack Affair" with Steve McQueen (original air date March 28, 1959).
In 1957 she played murderess Lola Florey in the Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the Silent Partner", and played "The Blonde Woman" in the 1958 episode of The Walter Winchell File "The Reporter". She made her final television appearance in 1960 as Verna in Lock-Up starring MacDonald Carey.