Gloria Faythe (1914–1985)

Actress | Script Department



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  • Mary Ashcraft, Nadine Dore, Ruth Eddings, Gloria Faythe, and Betty Lorraine in Palmy Days (1931)
  • Betty Grable, Loretta Andrews, Edna Callahan, Nadine Dore, Ruth Eddings, Gloria Faythe, Amo Ingraham, Adele Lacy, Jean Lenivich, Betty Lorraine, Neva Lynn, Nancy Nash, Faye Pierre, Nita Pike, Betty Slocum, Hyca Slocum, Betty Stockton, Dorothy White, Hazel Witter, and Mildred Dixon in Palmy Days (1931)
  • Gloria Faythe, Althea Henley, Ann Ingraham, Ruby Keeler, Cynthia Lindsay, Dick Powell, Marietta Myers, and Pat Fara in Footlight Parade (1933)
  • Billy Barty, Margaret Cathew, Gloria Faythe, June Gittelson, June Glory, Theresa Harris, Clarence Nordstrom, Fred 'Snowflake' Toones, Billy West, Kathy Cunningham, and Patricia Douglas in Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
  • Loretta Andrews, Eleanor Bayley, De Don Blunier, Diane Bourget, Margaret Carthew, Dolores Casey, Mary Cassidy, Beatrice Coleman, Diane Cook, Virginia Dabney, Diane Douglas, Maxine Doyle, Ruth Eddings, Gloria Faythe, June Glory, Muriel Gordon, Virginia Grey, Patricia Harper, Donna La Barr, Adele Lacy, Mary Lange, Ethelreda Leopold, Lois Lindsay, Nancy Lyon, Mae Madison, Marie Marks, Betty McIvor, Martha Merrill, Ruth Moody, Jean Rogers, Louise Seidel, Bee Stevens, Victoria Vinton, Mildred Dixon, Pluma Noisom, Mary Egan, Vivian Wilson, Marguerite Caverley, Branche Macdonald, Sue Rainey, Gladys Cummings, Cecilia Fisher, Avis St John, Mary Casiday, Shirley Denise, and Azelie Cecil in Dames (1934)
  • Gloria Faythe, Renee Whitney, and Kathy Cunningham in Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)

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Personal Details

Born

Gloria K. Cook

Los Angeles, California, USA

Died

(age 70)
Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

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