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Judy Lewis (I) (1935–2011)


Judy Lewis was born and raised in Los Angeles, the love child of actors Loretta Young and Clark Gable. At the time of her birth, Gable was married, Young was unmarried. Young covered up the fact of her pregnancy, later announcing she had adopted the girl. Judy graduated from Marymount High School in 1953. She moved to New York and began her acting... See full bio »

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Search for Tomorrow
(1951)
Texas
Texas Producer
(1980-1982)
Thunder in Dixie
Thunder in Dixie Lily Arnold
(1964)
The Streets of San Francisco
(1974)

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television commercial for Metamucil laxative

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Daughter of Loretta Young and Clark Gable. See more »

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