Wynne Gibson

Actor, Talent agent, Chorus girl
Born: 07/03/1905 in Bronx, New York, USA

Filmography

Actor (19)

Children of Pleasure (Movie)

Emma Gray (Actor)

City Streets (Movie)

Agnes (Actor)

Double Cross (Movie)

Fay (Actor)

Flirting with Fate (Movie)

Bertha (Actor)

Gambling (Movie)

Maizie Fuller (Actor)

Her Bodyguard (Movie)

Margot Brienne (Actor)

I Give My Love (Movie)

Judy Blair (Actor)

If I Had a Million (Movie)

Violet Smith (Actor)

Man of the World (Movie)

Irene Hoffa (Actor)

Man's World (Movie)

Blossom Donovan (Actor)

Night After Night (Movie)

Iris Dawn (Actor)

Racketeers in Exile (Movie)

Babe DeVoe (Actor)

Street of Missing Men (Movie)

Annie (Actor)

The Devil Is Driving (Movie)

(Actor)

The Falcon Strikes Back (Movie)

Mrs. Lipton (Actor)

The Fall Guy (Movie)

Lottie Quinlan (Actor)

The Gang Buster (Movie)

Zella (Actor)

The Road to Reno (Movie)

Mrs. It-Ritch (Actor)

The Strange Case of Clara Deane (Movie)

Clara Deane (Actor)

Relationships

John Gallaudet

Husband
married c. 1926 divorced

Frank Gibson

Father

Elaine Gibson

Mother
Christian Scientist authorized healer

Beverly Roberts

Companion
met during filming of "Flirting With Fate" (1938)

Milestones

1946

Hired for a featured role in original production of the Irving Berlin musical "Annie Get Your Gun"; withdrew during out-of-town tryouts because she felt her role was shrinking because of Ethel Merman's jealousy

1944

Moved to NYC

1942

Last features, "The Falcon Strikes Back" and "Mystery Broadcast"

1936

Returned to Hollywood and worked at various studios

1934

Signed with RKO when her Paramount contract expired; studio often loaned her out leading to her frustration; Gibson decamped to England in 1935

1932

Had first leading film role in "The Strange Case of Clara Deane"

1932

Appeared as a prostitute in the anthology film "If I Had a Million"

1931

Put under contract by Paramount; made six films in her first year under the agreement

1930

Put under contract by MGM; featured in "Children of Pleasure"

1930

Starred in the L.A. stage play "Molly Magdalene"

1930

Turned down a role in "Madame Satan"; asked to be released from MGM contract

1929

Film acting debut in "Nothing But the Truth", helmed by Victor Schertzinger

1928

First dramatic role on Broadway in "Jarnegan", opposite Richard Bennett

1925

Broadway debut in the musical "When You Smile"

1925

Appeared in the stage musical "Sunny", starring Marilyn Miller

1921

Began career as a chorus girl in "Tangerine"

Featured in the radio serial "My True Story"

Made guest appearances in TV programs like "Studio One" and "Valiant Lady"

Joined Ray Raymond's vaudeville act, The Melody Charmers

Formed a "sister" dance act with Billie Vernon (later Mrs. James Cagney); appeared together in "Lew Fields' Ritz Girls of 1922" and "Lew Fields' Snapshots of 1923"

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