Elizabeth Rosiland Miller
July 7, 1911
Pensacola, Florida, U.S.
|Died||September 16, 1996 85) (aged|
Montecito, California, U.S.
|Resting place||Hollywood Forever Cemetery|
(m. 1941;died 1958)
(m. 1959;div. 1960)
(m. 1968;div. 1972)
Joan Perry (born Elizabeth Rosiland Miller; July 7, 1911 – September 16, 1996),  was an American film actress, model, and singer. She was known as Betty Miller during her career as a model. 
Perry attended Plant High School in Tampa, Florida. 
Perry gained early acting experience by participating in class plays in Tampa, Florida.  In the early 1930s, Perry worked as a model in New York City. In 1935, she went to Hollywood and was signed under contract to Columbia Pictures, and during her time there, she co-starred with actors such as Ronald Reagan, Ralph Bellamy, Lew Ayres, and Melvyn Douglas.
Following her leave from Columbia in the early 1940s, she went to Warner Bros.; her movies included International Squadron (1941) and Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941).
When animators Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera planned to transfer their stock to Taft Broadcasting in the mid-1960's, Mrs. Perry came to the fore again and fought them over Harry Cohn's will.[ citation needed ]
Perry was married three times. On September 30, 1941, she wed Columbia Pictures mogul Harry Cohn in New York City.  They remained married until his death in 1958. She later married Harry Karl in 1959 and then actor Laurence Harvey in 1968.  She had a home in Palm Springs, California. 
Joan Perry died from emphysema in September 1996 at age 85 in Montecito, California.  She is buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, California,  under her original married name of Joan Cohn.[ citation needed ]
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