K. T. Stevens Film and television actor

K. T. Stevens is a 74 years old Film and television actor from Hollywood, California. K. T. Stevens was born on July 20, 1919 (died on June 13, 1994, she was 74 years old) in Hollywood, California as Gloria Wood. Her nickname was Wood Gloria.

K. T. Stevens

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Biography

K. T. Stevens born Gloria Wood in Los Angeles California was an American film actress. The daughter of director Sam Wood Stevens made her first film appearance when she was just two years old in her father's second 1921 silent film Peck's Bad Boy. As an adult she changed her name to distance herself from her father's fame. In 1946 Stevens married actor Hugh Marlowe. They divorced in 1968; the couple were the parents of two sons.
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Her real name:
Birth name of K. T. Stevens is Gloria Wood
Is K. T. Stevens still alive?

No, she died on 06/13/1994, 28 years ago. She was 74 years old when she died. Cause of death: lung cancer. She died in Brentwood

Family

Husband

Hugh Marlowe

Hugh Marlowe, American actor

She married with Hugh Marlowe (71), in 1946. K. T. Stevens was 26 and Hugh Marlowe was 34 years old. After 22 years, they break up in 1968.

Child

She had one child, Chris (70, Volleyball player) . When her first child, Chris Marlowe, was born, K. T. Stevens was 32 years old.

Works

K. T. Stevens Movies (5)

There are 5 movies of K. T. Stevens.

Her first feature film was Missile to the Moon (1958, as The Lido). She was 39 when she starred in this movie. Since 1958, she has appeared in 5 feature films. The last one is Vice Squad (1953). In this movie, she played the character Ginny .

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K. T. Stevens movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

K. T. Stevens TV Shows (29)

Her first TV Show was Lights Out (1949).

View all K. T. Stevens TV shows. What was K.'s zodiac sign?

K. T. Stevens zodiac sign was cancer.

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