Lyn Wilde, American singer and actress, Died at 93

  Actors, Music

Lyn Wilde was born on October 10, 1922, and died on September 11, 2016.

Lee Wilde, they are twin sisters.

Together they appeared in films of the early to mid-1940s.

They started singing with their siblings in church, and by their teens were singing hymns for their local radio station, as well as performing in Illinois and Kentucky.

The two graduated from East St. Louis Senior High School in 1939.

As of 1940 they were band singers, and in 1942 they made their film debuts, as vocalists for the Charlie Barnet Band, performing one song in the Harriet Hilliard film Juke Box Jenny.

Together they also performed with Bob Crosby for a short while.

Together they did live performances led to another featured film appearance in the Judy Garland film Presenting Lily Mars in 1942.

And Joe Pasternak was impressed by them and signed them to a seven-year contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios.

Twin sister Lee predeceased her.

Lyn Wilde passed away at 93 years old.