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Acteur dans 36 films

Né(e) le 23 juillet 1925

Lieu de naissance
Los Angeles, California, USA

Gloria DeHaven

Acteur dans

1997

  • Croisière galère

1994

  • Outlaws: The Legend of O.B. Taggart

1985

  • That's Dancing!

1983

  • Bog

1977

  • Sharon: Portrait of a Mistress

1976

  • Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood
  • Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood

1975

  • Who Is the Black Dahlia?

1974

  • Nakia
  • That's Entertainment!
  • That's Entertainment!

1972

  • Call Her Mom

1955

  • The Girl Rush

1954

  • Ça c'est Paris

1953

  • Down Among the Sheltering Palms

1951

  • Two Tickets to Broadway

1950

  • I'll Get By
  • La Jolie Fermière
  • Trois petits mots
  • The Yellow Cab Man

1949

  • The Doctor and the Girl
  • Yes Sir, That's My Baby
  • Scene of the Crime

1948

  • Summer Holiday

1945

  • Between Two Women

1944

  • L'introuvable rentre chez lui
  • Step Lively
  • Two Girls and a Sailor
  • Broadway Rhythm

1943

  • Best Foot Forward
  • Parade aux Étoiles

1941

  • La femme aux deux visages
  • The Penalty

1940

  • Keeping Company
  • Susan et Dieu

1936

  • Les Temps Modernes
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gloria Mildred DeHaven (born July 23, 1925) is an American actress, singer and a former contract star for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Early life and career DeHaven was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of actor-director, Carter DeHaven, and actress, Flora Parker DeHaven, both former vaudeville performers. She began her career as a child actor with a bit part in Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times (1936). She was signed to a contract with MGM. Despite featured roles in such films as Best Foot Forward, The Thin Man Goes Home (1944) and Summer Stock (1950), and being voted by exhibitors as the third most likely to be a "star of tomorrow'" in 1944, she did not achieve film stardom. She portrayed her own mother, Flora Parker DeHaven, in the Fred Astaire film Three Little Words (1950). DeHaven also appeared as a regular in the television series and soap operas As the World Turns, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and Ryan's Hope. She was one of the numerous celebrities enticed to appear in the all-star box office flop, Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976), and has guest starred in such television series as Robert Montgomery Presents, Appointment with Adventure (episode entitled "The Snow People"), The Guy Mitchell Show, Johnny Ringo (as Rosemary Blake in "Love Affair"), The Rifleman, Wagon Train, The Lloyd Bridges Show, Marcus Welby, M.D., Gunsmoke, Mannix, Fantasy Island, Hart to Hart, The Love Boat, Mama's Family, Highway to Heaven, Murder, She Wrote and Touched by an Angel. She was also on five episodes of Match Game 75 along with Patti Deutsch and Buck Owens as guest panelists.





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