Inger acted as a judge on the Hugh O'Brien Acting Awards Competition. Her co-judges were Greer Garson, Dorothy Manners, James Coburn, Bill Cosby, and Charlton Heston.

Some of Inger's Adresses

When she migrated to  New York in 1951,  she lived at a walk up apartment at Madison Avenue and 91st Street.
During her  early days in Hollywood, she  lived at 1623 N. Martel, Los Angeles, CA.
Her final address was 8000 Woodrow Wilson Drive, where she was found dead.

Her last agent was Mr. Wilt Melnick of the Chasin-Park-Citron Agency.

Inger was scheduled for a new series, called The Most Deadly Game (originally to be called Zig Zag), with Ralph Bellamy and George Maharis, about highly trained criminologists. After Inger's death, Yvette Mimieux took over the role, but the show folded within three months

Her Co-Stars

Inger was on screen with many of the most well-known actors and actresses of her time. Many of her co-stars are now considered icons of the film industry. They include:

Anthony Quinn
George Hamilton
Mel Ferrer
Henry Fonda
George Peppard
Harry Belafonte
James Stewart
Eric Braeden
James Mason
Richard Widmark
Dean Martin
Rod Steiger
Burt Reynolds
Rod McDowall
Charlton Heston
Glenn Ford
Bing Crosby
Clint Eastwood
Yul Brynner
Irene Pappas
Claire Bloom
Charles Boyer
Lorne Greene
Orson Welles
E.G. Marshall
George Segal
Don Nelson
Don Murray
Peter Falk
Walter Pidgeon

Inclinette publicity from TV Guide
Farmer's Daughter toon
from TV Guide / Daily Variety

Autographed picture