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Judy Garland

Judy GarlandAKA Frances Ethel Gumm

Born: 10-Jun-1922
Birthplace: Grand Rapids, MN
Died: 22-Jun-1969
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Accident - Overdose
Remains: Buried, Ferncliff Cemetery, Hartsdale, NY

Gender: Female
Religion: Anglican/Episcopalian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Singer, Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Dorothy in Wizard of Oz

Father: Francis Avent Gumm ("Frank", d. spinal meningitis)
Mother: Ethel Milne (d. 5-Jan-1953)
Sister: Mary Jane Gumm ("Susie", b. 9-Sep-1915, d. May-1964 suicide)
Sister: Dorothy Virginia Gumm ("Jimmie", b. 4-Jul-1917, d. 27-May-1977)
Husband: David Rose (bandleader, m. 28-Jul-1941, div. 8-Jun-1944, d. 23-Aug-1990)
Husband: Vincente Minnelli (film director, m. 15-Jun-1945, div. 29-Mar-1951, one daughter)
Daughter: Liza Minnelli (actress, b. 12-Mar-1946)
Husband: Sidney Luft (producer, m. 8-Jun-1952, div. 19-May-1965, one daughter, one son)
Daughter: Lorna Luft (actress/performer, b. 21-Nov-1952)
Son: Joey Luft (photographer, b. 29-Mar-1955)
Husband: Mark Herron (actor, b. 8-Jul-1928, m. 14-Nov-1965, sep. 1966, div. 9-Jan-1969, d. 13-Jan-1996)
Husband: Mickey Devinko ("Mickey Deans", disco promoter, m. 15-Mar-1969 until her death, d. 11-Jun-2003)
Boyfriend: Tyrone Power (actor)

    High School: Hollywood High School, Hollywood, CA (attended)
    High School: University High School, Los Angeles, CA (graduated)

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Contract (1935-48)
    Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
    Job's Daughters
    March of Dimes
    Oscar (Juvenile) 1940
    Golden Globe 1955 for A Star is Born
    Grammy 1997 (lifetime achievement, posthumous)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6764 Hollywood Blvd.
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1715 Vine St.
    Suicide Attempt 1947
    Suicide Attempt 1951
    Nervous Breakdown
    Shock Treatment
    Drug Overdose Hong Kong (May-1964)
    Stomach Pumped Hong Kong
    Huguenot Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Hepatitis, Smoking, Alcoholism, Insomnia, Depression, Amphetamines

    I Could Go on Singing (15-May-1963) · Jenny Bowman
    A Child Is Waiting (13-Feb-1963) · Jean Hansen
    Gay Purr-ee (24-Oct-1962) · Mewsette [VOICE]
    Judgment at Nuremberg (14-Dec-1961) · Irene Hoffman
    Pepe (21-Dec-1960) · Herself
    A Star Is Born (29-Sep-1954) · Vicki Lester
    Summer Stock (31-Aug-1950) · Jane Falbury
    In the Good Old Summertime (29-Jul-1949) · Veronica Fisher
    Words and Music (9-Dec-1948) · Herself
    Easter Parade (30-Jun-1948) · Hannah Brown
    The Pirate (20-May-1948) · Manuela
    Till the Clouds Roll By (5-Dec-1946) · Marilyn Miller
    Ziegfeld Follies (8-Apr-1946) · Great Lady
    The Harvey Girls (18-Jan-1946) · Susan Bradley
    The Clock (22-Mar-1945) · Alice Mayberry
    Meet Me in St. Louis (28-Nov-1944) · Esther Smith
    Girl Crazy (26-Nov-1943) · Ginger Gray
    Thousands Cheer (13-Sep-1943) · Herself
    Presenting Lily Mars (29-Apr-1943) · Lily Mars
    For Me and My Gal (21-Oct-1942) · Jo Hayden
    Babes on Broadway (31-Dec-1941) · Penny Morris
    Life Begins for Andy Hardy (15-Aug-1941) · Betsy Booth
    Ziegfeld Girl (25-Apr-1941) · Susan Gallagher
    Little Nellie Kelly (22-Nov-1940) · Nellie Kelly
    Strike Up the Band (27-Sep-1940) · Mary Holden
    Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (5-Jul-1940) · Betsy Booth
    Babes in Arms (13-Oct-1939) · Patsy Barton
    The Wizard of Oz (12-Aug-1939) · Dorothy
    Listen, Darling (18-Oct-1938) · Pinkie Wingate
    Love Finds Andy Hardy (22-Jul-1938) · Betsy
    Everybody Sing (4-Feb-1938) · Judy Bellaire
    Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (25-Nov-1937) · Cricket West
    Broadway Melody of 1938 (20-Aug-1937) · Betty Clayton
    Pigskin Parade (23-Oct-1936) · Sairy Dodd

Appears on postage stamps:
USA, Scott #4077 (39 cents, issued 10-Jun-2006)

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