Two sons - Bruce Morgan and Michael Morgan. Stepdaughter Bari Morgan. Son, Michael, died in 1997.
Took the part of Lily on "The Munsters" (1964) to help pay husband Bob Morgan's medical bills. Morgan, an actor/stuntman, had suffered near-fatal injuries while filming How the West Was Won (1962). By her own admission, Ms. De Carlo never imagined, at the time, that Lily Munster would become her most famous role.
When her son, Michael died in 1997, the causes were unknown, although a Santa Barbara Police report contains concerns about possible foul play.
She married the stuntman Robert Drew Morgan, whom she met on the set of Shotgun, on November 21, 1955. They had two sons, Bruce Ross (b. 1956) and Michael Robert (11/14/1957 - 11/01/1997). Morgan also had a daughter, Bari Lee (b. 1947), from a previous marriage. Morgan's left leg had to be amputated after he was run over by a train while doing stunt work on How the West Was Won (1962). However, his contract with MGM assumed no responsibility for the accident. De Carlo and Morgan filed a $1.4 million lawsuit against the studio, claiming her husband was permanently disabled. They divorced in June 1968.