Rita Morley Harvey remains active after a half-century career in radio, television, and theater. She served on the board of directors of the Screen Actors Guild, New York Branch, 19621971; the New York Local of AFTRA, 19751980; and AFTRA National, 19801989. She has been a delegate to over twenty-five AFTRA national conventions and longtime cochair of "Stand By!, "the official publication of the New York Local. As the Coty Girl, making up to twelve live appearances daily in the early 1950s, she was dubbed "America s Most Televised Girl." Appearing in numerous soap operas and prime time dramas, she also played featured roles on Broadway in "The Seven Year Itch "and "The Impossible Years.""