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  1. Gene Eliza Tierney (Brooklyn, Nueva York, 19 de noviembre de 1920 – Houston, Texas, 5 de noviembre de 1991) fue una actriz de cine y teatro estadounidense, famosa por su belleza. Según el productor Darryl F. Zanuck, sería «incuestionablemente la mujer más bella de la historia del cine». [ 1 ]

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gene_TierneyGene Tierney - Wikipedia

    Gene Eliza Tierney (November 19, 1920 – November 6, 1991) was an American film and stage actress. Acclaimed for her great beauty, she became established as a leading lady. [2] [3] 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 for her performance as Ellen Berent Harland in Leave Her to Heaven ...

  3. Gene Eliza Tierney was born on November 19, 1920 in Brooklyn, New York, to well-to-do parents, Belle Lavinia (Taylor) and Howard Sherwood Tierney. Her father was a successful insurance broker and her mother was a former teacher. Her childhood was lavish indeed.

  4. 24/11/2015 · You can’t help but be moved by the tragic life of actress Gene Tierney. Though endowed with astonishing beauty and talent that won her early fame, a series of misfortunes would eventually bring her to the brink of suicide. The daughter of a successful insurance broker, Gene had a privileged upbringing.

  5. 01/10/2020 · Sexiest Pictures Of Gene Tierney. Gene Tierney was an American actress, best known for her appearance in Laura (which got her nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress) and Leave Her to Heaven. Gene was born on November 19, 1920, in Brooklyn, New York. Her birth name was Gene Eliza Tierney. She was the […]

  6. No relation to actress Gene Tierney. Had to leave Parenthood (2010) after discovering she had breast cancer. Promotional items with Maura were already released by NBC to promote the show in 2009 and production had to be pushed back, because of Maura's leave.

  7. The official site of the Agatha Christie estate suggests that, in writing Gregg, Christie was "influenced" by the life of American actress Gene Tierney. Tierney contracted German measles while pregnant with her first child, during her only appearance at the Hollywood Canteen in June 1943.

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