Gloria de Haven

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Gloria DeHaven was the daughter of the popular "polite comedy" stage-and-film team of Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven. DeHaven made her screen debut as one of Paulette Goddard's younger sisters in Charles Chaplin's Modern Times, on which her father was assistant director. In her teen years, DeHaven secured work as a band vocalist, which led to singing parts in such film musicals as Best Foot Forward (1943), Step Lively (1944) and Summer Holiday (1948). Under contract to MGM from 1940 to 1950, the vivacious and talented DeHaven was the studio's all-purpose ingenue, acting opposite everyone from William Powell to Red Skelton. She later starred in a series of Technicolor musicals at 20th Century-Fox. When musicals fell out of public favor, DeHaven's film career waned and she turned her energies to performing in nightclubs, summer-stock and on the TV-guest-star circuit. During the 1970s and 1980s, she made cameo appearances in a few films; later she was also seen on a semi-regular basis on the TV series Ryan's Hope, Nakia and Murder She Wrote. In 1997, DeHaven returned to feature films with a co-starring role opposite Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon and Dyan Cannon in Martha Coolidge's Out to Sea. She died in 2016, at age 91.

Highest Rated Movies



36% Out to Sea Vivian 1997
100% That's Entertainment! III Actor 1994
No Score Yet Bog Ginny Glenn Adrianna 1983
No Score Yet Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood President's Girl I 1976
No Score Yet Banjo Hackett Lady Jane 1976
No Score Yet So This Is Paris Colette d'Avril/Jane Mitchell 1955
No Score Yet Two Tickets to Broadway Hannah Holbrook 1951
No Score Yet Summer Stock Abigail Falbury 1950
No Score Yet Three Little Words Mrs. Carter DeHaven 1950
No Score Yet The Yellow Cab Man Ellen Goodrich 1950
No Score Yet Yes Sir That's My Baby Sarah Jane Winfield 1949
No Score Yet The Doctor and the Girl Fabienne Corday 1949
No Score Yet Scene of the Crime Lilli 1949
No Score Yet Summer Holiday Muriel McComber 1948
60% The Thin Man Goes Home Laurabelle Ronson 1945
No Score Yet Step Lively Christine Marlowe 1944
No Score Yet Two Girls and a Sailor Jean Deyo 1944
No Score Yet Broadway Rhythm Patsy Demming 1944
No Score Yet Thousands Cheer Herself 1943
No Score Yet Best Foot Forward Ethel 1943
25% The Two-Faced Woman Debutante 1941
No Score Yet Susan and God Enid 1940
100% Modern Times Gamin's Sister 1936


No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Phyllis Grant Local Gossip
  • 1989
  • 1987
No Score Yet Highway to Heaven
Phoebe Hall
  • 1987
No Score Yet Mama's Family
  • 1983
No Score Yet Quincy, M.E.
  • 1977
No Score Yet Gunsmoke
  • 1974
No Score Yet Marcus Welby, M.D.
  • 1973


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