Judy Garland

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Judy Garland
human
Sex anaa genderfemale Edit
Country wey e be citizenUSA Edit
Name in native languageJudy Garland Edit
Birth nameFrances Ethel Gumm Edit
Given nameJudy Edit
Family nameGarland Edit
PseudonymJudy Garland Edit
Date of birth10 June 1922 Edit
Place dem born amGrand Rapids Edit
Date of death22 June 1969 Edit
Place dem dieChelsea Edit
Manner of deathaccidental death Edit
Cause of deathbarbiturate overdose Edit
Place wey dem bury amHollywood Forever Cemetery Edit
PuppieFrancis Avent Gumm Edit
MummieEthel Marion Milne Edit
SpouseDavid Rose, Vincente Minnelli, Sidney Luft, Mark Herron, Mickey Deans Edit
KiddieLiza Minnelli, Lorna Luft, Joey Luft Edit
Native languageAmerican English Edit
Languages dem dey speak, wrep anaa signEnglish Edit
Writing languageAmerican English Edit
Field for workactor, performing arts Edit
Educate forHollywood High School, Harvard University, Hollywood Professional School, Antelope Valley High School Edit
ResidenceChelsea, Grand Rapids, Lancaster Edit
Work locationUSA Edit
Work period (start)1924 Edit
Work period (end)1969 Edit
Political party ein memberDemocratic Party Edit
Ethnic group Edit
Religion anaa worldviewEpiscopal Church, Anglicanism Edit
Blood typeA Edit
Handednessleft-handedness Edit
Voice typecontralto Edit
Instrumentvoice Edit
DiscographyJudy Garland discography Edit
FilmographyJudy Garland filmography Edit
Genrepop music Edit
Record labelCapitol Records, Decca Edit
Time period20th century Edit
Official websitehttps://judygarland.com/ Edit
Documentation files atSAPA Foundation, Swiss Archive of the Performing Arts Edit
Notable roleDorothy Gale Edit
Dance styletap dance Edit

Judy Garland (dem born Frances Ethel Gumm; June 10, 1922 – June 22, 1969) na she be American actress den singer. Dem critically acclaim am secof chaw different roles truout ein career, dem know am widely secof de part she play for Dorothy Gale for The Wizard of Oz (1939) insyd.[1][2]

Ein discography[edit | edit source]

Studio albums

  • The Judy Garland Souvenir Album (1940)
  • Second Souvenir Album (1943)
  • Miss Show Business (1955)
  • Judy (1956)
  • Alone (1957)
  • Judy in Love (1958)
  • The Letter (1959)
  • That's Entertainment! (1960)
  • The Garland Touch (1962)

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Supernova (archive.org)
  2. The Judy Room - Easter Parade