The star of Republic Pictures' notoriously bad Daughter of the Jungle (1949), and, she claims, a second cousin to both Charles Lindbergh and Gig Young, Lois Hall was discovered by an agent while performing with the famed Pasadena Playhouse. She had a walk-on in the Cary Grant comedy Every Girl Should be Married (1948) and then settled into a long stint as a leading lady to such B-Western stars as Charles Starrett, Johnny Mack Brown, and Whip Wilson. Hall also did the inevitable serials, The Adventures of Sir Galahad (1949) and Pirates of the High Seas (1950), and was frequently seen on television's The Range Rider series until semi-retiring in 1958 to care for her family. Widowed in 1995, Hall works as an ambassador for the Baha'i One World Faith but has returned to acting on such television shows as Profiler (2000) and in the feature films Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) and Bad Boy (2002). ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi