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Gloria Talbott was an American singer, dancer, and television actress born on February 7, 1931.
Gloria Talbott was 69 years old when she died, and she began her career in acting at a very young age. Gloria Talbott was suffering from kidney disease, in which the kidneys are functioning at less than 15% of normal levels.
Gloria Talbott was divorced, and her ex-husbands were Grover Sandy Sanders, Gene Parrish, Dr. Steven J. Capabianco, and Dr. Patrick Mullally. Talbott toiled in film continuously in 1950. She did the role of Rose Rodriguez in 'The Rodriguez Story' featurette in 1952. She made an appearance in 'Crashout' (the Humphrey Bogart comedy), 'We're No Angels', 'Lucy Gallant', and 'All That Heaven Allows'. All of these are from the same year, 1955. Gloria Talbott popped up in 'The Oregon Trail' with Fred MacMurray as an Indian named Shona.
Gloria Talbott's net worth is approximately $1 - 5 million.
Gloria Talbott's primary profession was acting, and she earned money through acting. There is no information regarding Gloria Talbott's earnings per year.
Gloria Talbott is 5 ft 4 in (163 cm).
On February 7, 1931, Gloria Talbott was born in California, US, and when she died on September 19, 2000, she was 69 years old.
Gloria Talbott was born in Glendale, California. Gloria Talbott's parents are Scott Swift and her Mother named, Andrea Finley, and she has siblings named Lori Talbott. She tackled her career as a child actress in many films like 'Maytime' in 1937, 'Sweet And Low-Down' in 1944, and in 1945, 'A Tree Grows In Brooklyn'. Gloria Talbott studied at Glendale High School. Gloria Talbott was in the cast of 'One Fine Day', which acts like a satire, introduced on the plat at the Biltmore Theater in Los Angeles city in November 1948.
Gloria Talbott has a sister named Lori Talbott, born in 1925. After leaving school, Gloria formed a dramatic group and played shows called arena-style shows at various clubs. After her first marriage, she halted her acting and resumed working enormously in film and TV after her divorce. Gloria Talbott finished her schooling in her hometown. Then later, Gloria Talbott completed her college education in her hometown.
Gloria Talbott was married to Gene Parrish in 1948. Followed by Grover Sandy Sanders, Dr. Steven J. Capabianco, and lastly, Dr. Patrick Mullally in 1970. She remained married to Dr. Patrick Mullally until her death in 2000.
Gloria Talbott was later known as a scream queen, and she gained so much fame for this title after appearing in many horror movies, like 'The Daughter Of Dr. Jekyll' in 1957, 'The Cyclops' in 1957, 'I Married a Monster from Outer Space' (1958), and 'The Leech Woman' in 1960. Her last film role was as Bri Quince in the Western film 'An Eye For An Eye' in 1966.
Gloria Talbott won the Primetime Emmy Award. In many partial filmographies like 'Maytime' in 1937 as a little girl, Gloria Talbott did appear in many partial filmographies. 'Sweet And Low-Down' in 1944 as a girl on the dance floor. 'A Tree Grows In Brooklyn' in 1945 as a teenage girl in the classroom. 'Desert Pursuit' in 1952 as an Indian girl. 'We're Not Married!' in 1952 as a girl in Hector's daydream. 'Northern Patrol' in 1953 as a Meg Stevens and in 1955, 'Crashout' as a girl on the train.
Gloria Talbott's hobbies were photography, traveling, reading, learning, and surfing the internet. She loved eating non-vegetarian foods.
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