Gene Eliza Tierney (November 19, 1920 – November 6, 1991) was an American
film and stage actress. Acclaimed as a great beauty, she became established as
a leading lady. Tierney was best known for her portrayal of the title character in
the film Laura (1944), and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress
Gene Tierney 11.19.1920 - 11.06.1991 (71 years old). Gene Tierney seemed
destined to become a debutant and part of the New York social scene, but she
was discovered by Hollywood during a family vacation to California. Although
she tried to make it in 'legitimate theater', she eloped with fashion designer Oleg
Documentary · Gene Tierney's life story would perfectly lend itself to a screenplay
for a successful Hollywood movie with herself starring in it. She grew up in a well-
to-do middle class family and began... See full summary » ...
Nov 8, 1991 ... Find the location of Gene Tierney's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, read a
biography, see related stars and browse a map of important places in their career
. ... In the early 1960s, she managed to pick up a few pieces of her career,
appearing in a television drama and in three films. The last was "The ...
Gene Tierney and Richard Widmark in Night and the City (1950) Gene Tierney
and Hugh Marlowe in Night and the City (1950) Gene Tierney in Where the ....
Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake -- Trailer for this film inspired Whirlpool
-- Trailer for this psychological drama Where the Sidewalk Ends -- Trailer for
Nov 19, 2013 ... Although cutting the scripts of full-length feature films that were in many cases still
available in theaters didn't appeal much to audiences at the time, these episodes
are great fun to listen to today. So, without further ado, from March 18, 1945,
starring Randolph Scott and Gene Tierney, here's the Old Gold ...
When Paramount Pictures fumbled Gene Tierney's proposed film debut in its
aborted adaptation of "National Velvet," 20th Century Fox saw promise in the
gimlet-eyed beauty with the regal cheekbones and curiously beguiling overbite.
Honing her craft under extreme conditions – she brooked the tempers of such
Jan 18, 2016 ... This pleased Howard Tierney who wished his daughter to persevere with the
theatre if she must act. In allowing her to audition for Broadway he compromised
in favour of a media that he viewed as more credible, elitist. She felt it was her
father's most precious gift to her. “Father considered Hollywood to be ...
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