Anne Helm. IMDB
Anne Helm was born in 1938 in Toronto, Canada. She began working as a John Roberts Power model in New York when she was a teenager. In 1960 she made her film debut in “Desire in the Dust”.
She starred opposite Elvis Presley in “Follow That Dream” and opposite Robert Goulet in “Honeymoon Hotel”. Most of her acting career though was on primetime U.S. television. She is now a respected children’s writer.
Born in Toronto, Anne Helm’s entire Canadian “show biz” career consisted of playing “Alice in Wonderland” at camp and acting in a Christmas pantomime at Montreal’s Her Majesty’s Theatre. When she was 14, she and her mother relocated to New York, where Helm studied ballet and began modeling for John Robert Powers.
The title role in aShirley Temple’s Storybook (1958) TV production of “The Sleeping Beauty” lured her to the West Coast, where she landed roles in a succession of subsequent feature films and TV series (and was briefly Elvis Presley‘s main squeeze–on-screen and off). More recently billing herself as “Annie Helm”, she is also a writer and illustrator of children’s books.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Weaver <TomWeavr@aol.com>