Dorothy once released an album entitled Vamp of the Roaring 20's which was composed of songs she had sung on the television show The Roaring 209's.
Dorothy and her husband currently reside in Bainbridge Island, Washington.
According to show biz lore, Dorothy was cast in the lead role of the 1958 film The Bonnie Parker Story just three days after she arrived in Hollywood.
Dorothy's father was a businessman and her mother was an interior decorator.
Dorothy stood 5 feet, 4 inches tall when she was dancing and singing her little heart out on The Roaring 20's.
Dorothy reportedly dated Frank Sinatra for a time in the early 1960s.
Dorothy and her husband, Robert Day, have one child.
Dorothy's final film to date is Never a Dull Moment which was released in 1968 and in which she co-starred with Dick Van Dyke and Edward G. Robinson.
Dorothy co-starred with legendary comic Lou Costello in his final film, The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock.
Dorothy made her film debut in the 1958 B-movie The Bonnie Parker Story.
Dorothy is a graduate of the University of Washington.