Mary Lou Metzger
BiographyPittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
The cute, elfin, auburn-haired Mary Lou Metzger was born to Ernie and Helen Metzger in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who later moved to Philadelphia. She got any early start in show business, when she portrayed "Amaryliss" in a national tour of Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man" and also appeared in various plays and musicals and the Ted Mack Family Hour (1952) on television. Read more... Boys", trio arrangements with Gail Farrell and Sandi Griffiths, various solo numbers, and song/dance numbers with Jack Imel. She is also best-known as "the girl" Lawrence dances with at the end of the show. Today, the versatile performer remains as busy as ever, with personal appearances at theaters, telethons, television commercials, concerts and public television pledge drives.