After Laramie, Byington guest-starred in "Oh, Those Hats! I hope to see you all again, por favor!! Her career included a seven-year run on radio and television as the star of.
However, since she was already of legal age, she decided to start her acting career in New York City, saying that she enjoyed it, and, "I can't do anything else very well.
In 1952, she joined Radio to become the lead role of the widowed Lily Ruskin, in the.
In January 1957, she testified in the trial of the as a character witness on behalf of DaLonne Cooper, who was a "part-time script girl" for December Bride.
For her contributions to the film and television industries, Byington has two stars on the : a at 6507 , and a television star at 6231 Hollywood Boulevard.
She was a contract player who appeared in films from the 1930s to the 1960s.
In August 1955, Byington began taking flying lessons in , but the studio made her stop because of insurance problems.
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