Appeared in a production of "Bus Stop".
3 Interviews |
7 Articles |
8 Pictorials |
14 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 6" (1.68 m)
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[about watching the black-and-white "loops" made in the 1940s and 1950s by Bettie Page
in order to understand her character in The Notorious Bettie Page
(2005)] I love the loops! I couldn't take my eyes off of them. It was five minutes dedicated to the art of the shoe, and putting the shoe on--but first the stocking. It was so geisha. There was something so presentational. Bettie was just lost in...
She is a direct descendant, on her mother's side (Morgan) of William Brewster, Leading Elder of the Pilgrims of The Mayflower, and Capt. James Avery, Commander of the Pequot Indians. Gretchen's family arrived on the Mayflower and settled in the Stonington, CT, area shortly thereafter.