Grant Withers
(Movies & TV)
Cary Grant
(Movies & TV)
Norman Foster (director)
(Movies & TV)
Clark Gable
(Movies & TV)
David Niven
(Movies & TV)
Sally Blane
(Movies & TV)

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Loretta Young

Knowledge Identifier: +Loretta_Young


Loretta Young

American actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1913.

Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (6%), Italy (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: California, Grant Withers, Cary Grant

Linked to: Ramona Convent Secondary School, Republican Party, American Broadcasting Company, CBS




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Loretta Young was born in 1913 add something


Starting as a child actress, she had a long and varied career in film from 1917 to 1953 add something


Robert Nathan - But his luck soon changed during the 1920s, when he wrote seven more novels, including "The Bishop's Wife", which was later made into a successful film starring Cary Grant, David Niven, and Loretta Young


It was not until 1928 that she was first billed as "Loretta Young" in "The Whip Woman" add something


In 1930, Young, 17, eloped with 26-year-old actor Grant Withers and married him in Yuma, Arizona add something


Young was married to actor Grant Withers from 1930 to 1931 add something


Janet Gaynor - However, when Darryl F. Zanuck merged his fledgling studio, 20th Century Pictures, with Fox Film Corporation to form Twentieth Century Fox, her status became precarious and even tertiary to that of actresses Loretta Young and Shirley Temple, although she always received top billing in every movie that she made during the 1930s, including "Ladies in Love" with Constance Bennett, Young, and Tyrone Power


Grant Withers - In 1930, at twenty-six, he eloped to Yuma, Arizona, with 17-year-old actress Loretta Young


Spencer Tracy - From September 1933 to June 1934, Tracy had a public affair with Loretta Young, his co-star in Man's Castle.


Clark Gable - Gable had a daughter, Judy Lewis, the result of an affair with actress Loretta Young that began on the set of The Call of the Wild in 1934.


Marion Burns - In the 1934 film "Born to Be Bad" Burns starred alongside Cary Grant and Loretta Young


In 1935, Young had an affair with a then-married Clark Gable while on location for "The Call of the Wild" add something


Loretta Young gave birth to Judith Young on November 6, 1935, in a house she and her mother owned in Venice, California add something


Sally Blane - Blane married actor and director Norman Foster in October 1935, eight months later in June 1936 they had their first child Gretchen named after her sister Loretta Young


Norman Foster (director) - In October 1935, he wed actress Sally Blane, an older sister of Loretta Young


Norman Foster (director) - He and Sally had their first child in June 1936 named Gretchen after her sister Loretta Young, they had a son named Robert


Ferdinand de Lesseps - De Lesseps was portrayed by Tyrone Power in the 1938 film "Suez", with Loretta Young, a film which provoked complaints and legal action from de Lesseps' family and the Egyptian government


Jack Kelly (actor) - Kelly made his film debut in an uncredited role in the 1939 biopic "The Story of Alexander Graham Bell", opposite Don Ameche and Loretta Young


She married producer Tom Lewis in 1940 and they divorced very bitterly in the mid 1960s add something


Jezebel (film) - On November 25, 1940 it was adapted to Lux Radio Theater with Loretta Young


Vladimir Rosing - The novel was subsequently made into a film in 1941 called "The Men in Her Life", starring Loretta Young


The Great Lie - On March 2, 1942, Brent and Astor reprised their roles for a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast, with Loretta Young assuming the Davis role


The Philadelphia Story (film) - "Lux" presented it again in 1943 with Robert Taylor, Loretta Young and Robert Young


Along Came Jones (film) - "'Along Came Jones"' is a 1945 Western comedy film starring Gary Cooper, Loretta Young, William_Demarest, and Dan Duryea, in which Cooper mercilessly spoofs his own slow-talking cowboy persona


Orson Welles - In 1946, International Pictures released Welles's film The Stranger, starring Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young, and Welles.


In 1947, she won an Oscar for her performance in "The Farmer's Daughter" add something


Karolyn Grimes - She played "Debbie" in the 1947 Christmas film, "The Bishop's Wife" starring Cary Grant, David Niven, and Loretta Young


She won the 1948 best actress Academy award for her role in the 1947 film "The Farmer's Daughter", and received an Oscar nomination for her role in "Come to the Stable", in 1949 add something


In 1949, she received another Academy award nomination for "Come to the Stable" add something


Charles Tazewell - Loretta Young made a recording of the story for Decca records released in 1950


In 1952 she appeared in radio, print, and magazine ads in support of Dwight D. Eisenhower and was in attendance at his inauguration along with Anita Louise, Louella Parsons, Jane Russell, Dick Powell, June Allyson, and Lou Costello, among others add something


In 1953, she appeared in her last theatrical film, "It Happens Every Thursday", a Universal comedy about a New York couple who move to California to take over a struggling weekly newspaper add something


Young moved to the relatively new medium of television, where she had a dramatic anthology series, "The Loretta Young Show", from 1953 to 1961 add something


In 1958, Lewis' future husband Joseph Tinney told her "everybody" knew that Gable was her biological father add something


Minus Young's introductions and conclusions, the series was rerun as the "Loretta Young Theatre" in daytime by NBC from 1960 to 1964 add something


Dack Rambo - At & After moving to Los Angeles in the 1960s, the brothers were discovered by actress Loretta Young and cast in her CBS series, "The New Loretta Young Show"


Judy Morris - She performed in two other roles in the USA, at the age of 10 on the "The Loretta Young Show", and in 1960, at the age of 13, on "The Chevy Mystery Show" hosted on that occasion by Vincent Price


In both 1968 and 1981 she was a vocal supporter of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan add something


It appeared in syndication into the early 1970s, before being withdrawn add something


A scandal erupted in 1973, when Young's son Christopher Lewis, 29, was charged with child molestation and filming and distributing child pornography, along with 13 other men whom the police labeled a "chicken flick ring add something


In the 1990s, selected episodes from Young's personal collection, with the opening and closing segments intact, were released on home video, and frequently shown on cable television add something


She married fashion designer Jean Louis in 1993 add something


Jean Louis - In 1993, four years after the death of his second wife, Louis married former client Loretta Young

Loretta Young died in 2000 add something


Young died on August 12, 2000, from ovarian cancer, at the Santa Monica, California home of her half-sister, Georgiana Montalbán, and was interred in the family plot in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California, California add something


Jane Wyman - She attended the funeral of her long-time friend Loretta Young in 2000


In 2011, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs, California, Walk of Stars was dedicated to her add something


Judy Lewis died of cancer, on November 25, 2011, aged 76 add something


The claim was reported in an article in BuzzFeed by Anne Helen Petersen in July 2015 add something