Louise Stanley, born Louise Keyes (January 28, 1915 – December 28, 1982), was an American actress. Born in Springfield, Illinois, Keyes changed her name to Stanley when she decided to embark on an acting career. Although obtaining many minor roles, her career never lifted her to major stardom, but she did star in roughly twenty-four B-movies during her short career, most of which were B-Westerns. In 1935 she signed a contract with Paramount, which was not renewed after the initial six months. She then began working for Warner Bros., and was from time to time "loaned out" for use in westerns. In 1937 she was cast in the leading role, starring alongside Tex Ritter, in the western Riders of the Rockies, directed by Robert N. Bradbury.
Deceased||Louise Stanley passed away on 28th Dec 1982 aged 67.|||