Virginia Gilmore Net Worth

Virginia Gilmore was born on July 26, 1919 in  El Monte, California, United States, is Actress, Soundtrack. Virginia Gilmore's father was a British army officer who retired to California. Educated at a convent in Hollywood, she made her stage debut at 15 with a San Francisco theater company and at 20 made her first movie for Samuel Goldwyn. Although her career started out well, she was soon relegated to leading and supporting parts in B pictures, and as offers dwindled, she retired from films in 1952. She still kept her hand in show business as a stage and television actress, and eventually became a drama coach.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day July 26, 1919
Birth Place  El Monte, California, United States
Age 101 YEARS OLD
Died On March 28, 1986(1986-03-28) (aged 66)\nSanta Barbara, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Leo
Occupation Actress
Years active 1939–1970
Spouse(s) Yul Brynner (m. 1944; div. 1960)
Children 1

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Biography/Timeline

1939

Virginia Gilmore was born as Sherman Virginia Poole in El Monte, California. Her father was a retired officer of the British Army. She began her stage career in San Francisco at the age of 15, but moved to Los Angeles in 1939 to pursue work in films. When her movie career was not progressing, Gilmore mustered the nerve to approach Samuel Goldwyn at his home. As a result of their meeting, he promised her a screen test. She did soon land some small movie roles. Her better known film appearances both occurred in 1941: Western Union, directed by Fritz Lang, and Swamp Water directed by Jean Renoir.

1943

When her movie role options began to dwindle, Gilmore left Los Angeles for New York City and started working on Broadway. In 1943, Gilmore played in Those Endearing Young Charms and The World’s Full of Girls. In 1944, she played the title role in Dear Ruth, which was directed by Moss Hart. Starting in the late 1940s, Gilmore had many television roles. In 1949, she and her husband, Yul Brynner, were featured on We’re On, an NBC television series. Between 1966 and 1968, she taught drama at Yale University. In her later years, Gilmore was a leader in Alcoholics Anonymous.

1946

In 1944, she married Yul Brynner. The couple had one son, Yul "Rock" Brynner, born on December 23, 1946. They divorced in 1960.

1986

She died from emphysema at her home in Santa Barbara, California in 1986, aged 66.