Famous as the long time wife of popular Canadian game show host of Let's Make a Deal Monty Hall. She helped him produce and write his TV special Lights, Camera, Monty during their 70 year marriage and prior to her June 2017 death.
She graduated with her bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto. She would later earn her MFA from UCLA.
She served as an associate producer for the HBO production of Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes. In 1975, she co-authored the cookbook The Celebrity Kosher Cookbook alongside rabbi Jerome Cutler.
She shared three children named Joanna, Sharon, and Richard with her late husband.
She helped produce the 1985 TV film Do You Remember Love starring Joanne Woodward.