Julie Gibson Biography (Actress)
Julie Gibson (Gladys Camille Sorey)is an American former actress and singer. During the 1940s she had a prolific film career. She retired from her career in 1984. Julie is Hollywood’s oldest known living performer from the “Golden Age”.
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She was born on September 6, 1913 in Grant County, Washington. She died in her sleep in North Hollywood,Los Angeles on October 2 2019.Gibson died at the age of 106.
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Julie was born Gladys Camille Sorey, in Grant County, Washington. She is the daughter of Grover Cleveland Sorey and Maude M. (née Peregrine) Sorey.
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Julie married bandleader Jimmy Grier in Tucson, Arizona on March 18, 1939. In October 1940 Julie sued for divorce from his husband and the divorce was granted on November 26, 1940.
In 1967 her marriage to Dean Dillman ended in divorce. From 1973 she was married to actor and film director Charles Barton until his death in 1981.
Julie has no children. In 2004 she was interviewed by The Three Stooges Journal. In September 2018 she celebrated her 106th birthday.
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Gibson died on October 2 2019.
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Julie rose to fame after singing with the Jimmie Grier orchestra. She joined the cast of Joe Penner’s radio program in 1937. In 1941 Julie made her first film appearances in small roles in the films Nice Girl? and The Feminine Touch.
Julie’s first featured role was in the 1944 film Lucky Cowboy. Her role was followed by a series of starring roles in such films as Chick Carter, Detective, Bowery Buckaroos, and Are You with It? She also appeared in the Three Stooges’ films Three Smart Saps and Sock-a-Bye Baby.
Julie’s career was relegated mostly to mid-sized to smaller supporting roles in films and on television in the 1950s. She served as a Dialogue Supervisor on two dozen episodes of the television sitcom Family Affair in the 1960s.
Julie also worked as an accent coach to help actors in films to speak appropriately for their characters’ backgrounds. She dubbed vocals for Betty Hutton and Diana Lynn in some films. Julie moved to Europe and supplied English voices for foreign stars in Italian and French films.
Julie had an estimated net worth of around $3 million.
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Burlesque dancer Julie 1955. Julie died on October 2 2019 at the age of 106.