Loretta Young( Actress)
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Biography Loretta Young
Loretta Young (real name: Gretchen Young) was born on January 6, 1913, in Salt Lake City in Utah. When the future actress was three years old, her family moved to Hollywood. There, as a very young lady, Gretchen (as, indeed, and her sister, Elizabeth) was shot in the cinema and enjoyed great popularity among filmmakers and film lovers. She was considered an extremely gifted child (indeed, she three-year, was simply charming in the movie 'The Primrose Ring', for example).
. One of the stars of the time, Mae Murray, simply fell in love with baby and begged her mother to send her daughter to the content
. Despite the fact that the mother of Gretchen was against it, the young actress yet, over several years lived in the house of the famous Murray.
. In 1928, Gretchen Young has become a 'Loretta Young', starring in the film 'The Whip Woman'.
. At the time, Loretta Young (Loretta Young) has received a good education - she studied at the School Ramona Convent Secondary School.
. When the actress was seventeen years old, she met with actor Grant Winters (who at that time was already 26) and soon married him
. They signed the Arizona and hoped that their marriage will last for years. Alas, the marriage is not delayed and the following year collapsed.
In the early forties of last century, Loretta Young (Loretta Young) is actively filmed. During the Second World War, the actress also worked hard on various projects.
In 1947, the hardworking and talented actress was nominated for an Oscar and won a prestigious award. Just a few years, Loretta won 'Oscar' again.
Appearing on television, the actress participated in the creation of the project 'The Loretta Young Show'. For a long time its program delighted audiences in prime time, and after - was awarded with high awards.
. In the sixties, Loretta Young (Loretta Young) has nearly ceased to act in and only in the eighties back to the set, this time - on television.
. The actress died on August 12 of 2000, in Santa Monica
. Loretta died of ovarian cancer.