Birthday: 10/06/1906 Year
Place of Birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Date of Death: 14/09/1984 Year
Place of Death: San Francisco, United States
Nationality: United States
Gaynor was one of the few who made a successful transition from silent film to sound. And for many years, she was the lead actress studio Fox, give the main roles and huge fees. However, when Darryl F. Zanaki Language joined the studio with studio 20th Century Fox, its status as a leading actress began to decline gradually, under the influence of stars like Loretta Young and Shirley Temple.
Laura Gaynor was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When she was a child, her family moved to San Francisco. After high school in 1923, Gloria decided to make a brilliant career. She began by saying that perbralas in Los Angeles, where she worked in a shoe store, getting $ 18 a week. Soon she was able to get small roles in several feature films, the credits that it does not even appear. This went on for two years, and only in 1926, she appeared in a small role in the silent film “The Johnstown Flood.” In the same year she was selected among the WAMPAS Baby Stars. This helped her to draw the attention of filmmakers who began to invite her to a more serious role.
Within one year, Gaynor became one of the leading stars in Hollywood. Her role in the film “Seventh Heaven” (the first of the twelve films in which she dreamed with actor Charles Farrell), “Sunrise” and “Street Angel” (also with Charles Farrell), brought her “Oscar” in 1928. It was the only time in the history of the “Oscar” when given a reward for all the work of the actor for the year, and not only for a particular movie.
Gaynor was one of the few who made a successful transition from silent film to sound. And for many years, she was the lead actress studio Fox, give the main roles and huge fees. However, when Darryl F. Zanaki Language joined the studio with studio 20th Century Fox, its status as a leading actress began to decline gradually, under the influence of stars like Loretta Young and Shirley Temple. She continued to work at the studio 20th Century Fox reached the highest success in the mid-1930s.
In 1937, she was again nominated for the “Oscar” for her role in “A Star Is Born.” After appearing in the film “Molodst in the heart”, she left the cinema almost twenty years, returning only once in 1957 in the movie “Bernardin”.
She died in 1984 at age 77, after a car accident in San Francisco, where the reckless driver, driving through a red light, hit a taxi, which was an actress. One of the passengers died, many were injured, including her husband, Paul Gregory, and her friend Mary Martin. Gaynor was never able to fully recover from this accident. She was buried in Hollywood.
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