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Born in Portland (Oregon), she was a vaudeville performer and actress in Broadway theatrical productions. Portland Hoffa met Fred Allen working on The Passing Show in 1922, and joined him to represent the vaudeville numbers devised by him and focused on humor and juggling. The couple got married before Allen began his long career of success on the radio in 1932. Hoffa gained fame for her high-pitched voice, jokes and participation in her husband’s program, Allen’s Alley.
The poor health of Fred Allen was the main reason why the actor stopped presenting his program after 1949, but Hoffa often participated with him in the radio show of Tallulah Bankhead, The Big Show (1950-52) . She also acted as “mysterious guest” in an episode of the television show What’s My Line? (Guess his life), in which Allen was a panelist from 1954 until his death in 1956. Hoffa and Allen also acted in the films Is Everybody Listening? (1947) and Buck Benny Rides Again (1940), starring Jack Benny.
Hoffa remarried in 1959, with the musician and publicist Joe Rines. In 1965 Hoffa compiled a large volume of Allen’s correspondence that was published under the name of Fred Allen’s Letters. Rimes died in 1986, and Hoffa died on Christmas Day 1990 in Los Angeles, California. Like her first husband, Portland Hoffa has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her radio activity, at 1640 Vine Street.
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