Barbara Lee Payton was a well-known American film actress. She was renowned for her battles with drug addiction and alcoholism and her stormy social life. She was noticed for the first time for her performance in ‘Trapped.’ Her performance in ‘Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye’ was praised and her acting skills were recognized. Her screen charisma was significantly acknowledged. However, this was the only high point in her career, after which her career began to decline. Some of her other notable roles in films include ‘Drums in The Deep South,’ ‘Only The Valiant,’ ‘Murder Is My Beat,’ ‘Four Sided Triangle,’ ‘The Flanagan Boy,’ ‘Run for The Hills,’ and more. She also appeared in The Great Jesse James Raid,’ that received a limited release to theatres.
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