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The flawless beauty with an attractive personality, Judy Garland is an American actress and singer who was one of the most iconic actresses of Hollywood’s Golden Age. She lightens up movie screens with her talent & charm and her name instantly invokes a theatrical nostalgia in the collective American memory.
Judy’s charm and talent were not limited to the films and shows, as she was also involved in Broadway, music, and television too. Sadly, her life did not reflect the same as she died on June 22, 1969, due to an incautious self-overdosage of barbiturates.
Height / Weight / Age
She seems tall with a height of 150 in centimeters and 4’11” in feet & inches. Born on, 10 June 1922, her age was 47 years at the time of her death. She possesses a healthy and fit figure with a weight of 50 in kilograms and 110 lbs in pounds.
Her body is complemented by her beautiful Dark Brown eyes and her silky long light brown hair. Her figure measurements are 34 inches breast, 30 inches waist, and 34 inches hips.
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Judy Garland is $20 million and most of her fortune with her career as an actress, and singer.
Education / Family
Judy was born and raised up in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, U.S, and belongs to the Christian religion. She is born to her father Francis Avent Gumm and her mother Ethel Mario Gumm.
She has been grown up with her two siblings Dorothy Virginia Gumm and Mary Jane Gumm. As for her education, she attended elementary school, then middle school, and at last high school and doesn’t have that great of an education.
|Birth Name||Frances Ethel Gumm|
|Nickname||Baby Gumm, Miss Show Business, Joots|
|Birth Place||Grand Rapids, Minnesota, U.S|
|Date Of Birth||10 June 1922|
|Age||47 years old (At the time of her death)|
|Height||In centimeters – 150 cm
In feet inches – 4’11”
|Weight||In Kilograms – 50 kg
In Pounds – 110 lbs
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|School||A local high school|
|Home Town||Grand Rapids, Minnesota, U.S|
|Fathers Name||Francis Avent Gumm|
|Mothers Name||Ethel Mario Gumm
|Siblings||Dorothy Virginia Gumm and Mary Jane Gumm|
Career / Fashion And Style
As of her career, she took off with the next girl door where she played a character in “Pigskin Parade” in 1936 after struggled for her film career. After that, she released two movies Broadway Melody of 1938’ and ‘Thoroughbreds Don’t Cry’. In 1940, she was released three movies ‘Strike Up the Band’, ‘Andy Hardy Meets Debutante’, and ‘Little Nellie Kelly’.
In 1948, she appeared in ‘The Pirate’ and ‘Easter Parade’. She began performing on stage until her death. She created award-winning concerts globally and performed a one-woman show on Broadway. In 1961, Judgment at Nuremberg’ was released and ‘The Judy Garland Show’ aired on television 1961.
After that, she appeared in the movie ‘A Star Is Born’ in 1954. This film won many nods such as Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Song, Best Costume, Best Art Direction, and Best Score.
Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband, and More
Reflecting on her personal life, she married five times in her life. She got married for the first time to David Rose in 1941 but took divorce in 1944. After that, she married Vincente Minnelli in 1945 with whom she welcomed a daughter namely Liza Minnelli. Unfortunately, they parted ways in 1951.
Later, she married Sidney Luft in 1983 and was blessed with a daughter Lorna Luft and a son Joey Luft. They both get divorced in 1965. Later, she married Mark Herron in 1965 and took divorce in 1969. She got married to Mickey Deans in 1969 and remained married till her last breath.
|Marital Status||Married (till her death)|
|Children||Daughters – Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft
Son – Joey Luft
Here we are providing you a list of her favorite things.
|Favorite Actors||Not Known|
|Favorite Actress||Not Known|
|Favorite Musical Instrument||Not Known|
|Favorite Singer(s)||Not Known|
Some Interesting Facts About Judy Garland
- In 1935, she signed with MGM as Judy Garland.
- In the 1950s and 1960s, she was considered an icon in the gay community.
- Premier Magazine voted her 22nd Greatest Movie Star of all time.
- She wаѕ dеnоtеd tо аѕ аn “uglу duсklіng”.
- Judy’s death certificate stated that her death was “accidental”.
- She received Grammy Awards for Best Actress- Motion Picture Musical or Comedy “A Star is Born”
- She wrote her own biography but didn’t get to finish it as of her tragic death.
- She was very fond of writing stories, reading The Wizard of Oz, poetry, and ghost stories.
- She is fondly known by several nicknames such as Baby Gumm, Miss Show Business, and Joots.
Social Media Profile(s)
- Instagram – @garlandofjudy
- Twitter – @JudyEGarland
- Facebook – @JudyGarland