Over the course of her short career, Inger received a number of awards for her television work. The most notable of her awards were:
1962 Emmy Nomination - Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
The Price of Tomatoes on The Dick Powell Show
1963 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in Television
Awarded in 1964 for The Farmer's Daughter

(l) Inger receiving her Golden Globe (photo by Santiago Rodriguez) (r) full page ad in Daily Variety March, 1964
TV Guide 1964 Favorite Female Performer - The Farmer's Daughter


(l to r):(1eft) Male counterpart winner David Janssen of The Fugitive, Inger, TV Guide publisher James Quirk, and emcee/presenter Bob Hope; (center) congratulatory full page ad from Daily Variety from Screen Gems; (right) Inger with Farmer's Daughter producer Peter Kortner

Another view of the winners

The Golden Apple Award
given by the Hollywood's Women's Press Club on December 7, 1965
(l to r): Michael Wayne, Inger, Donna Reed, Dorothy Malone, Jane Russell, and Lorne Greene

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