She was, they all said, a dangerous woman. The film director Nicholas Ray, one of her four husbands, always insisted that he didn't like her, but he was infatuated with her. Many had a similar reaction. In the conservative 1950s, she was like no-one else, and it's no…more
Gloria made her Broadway debut in 1943.
Gloria's mother was the stage actress Jean Grahame.
Gloria was often dubbed for Italian releases by Rina Morelli.
Gloria can trace her family tree back to King Edward 3.
Gloria won an Oscar for her role in The Bad and the Beautiful.
Gloria performed all her own vocals for her role in Oklahoma.
Gloria made her film debut in 1944.
Gloria made her stage debut in 1934 at Pasadena Playhouse.
Gloria's father, Michael Hallward, was an architect.
Gloria is buried at Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery in Chatsworth, California.
Gloria has a star on the Hollywood walk of fame at 6522 Hollywood Boulevard.
Gloria was nearsighted and often wore glasses.
Gloria appeared in 39 feature films.
Gloria was married 4 times.
Gloria was the younger sister of the actress Joy Hallward.
Gloria caused a scandal in 1960 by marrying her stepson.
Gloria: There's always a race against time. I don't think for one moment that life gets better. How can it? One's body starts to fall apart.
Gloria: It wasn't the way I looked at a man, it was the thought behind it.
Gloria: You go through life in a series of peaks and valleys.
Gloria: I don't think I ever understood Hollywood.
Gloria: I married Nicholas Ray, the director. People yawned. Later on I married his son, and from the press's reaction - you'd have thought I was committing incest or robbing the cradle!