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Gloria Shea (1910–1995)


Gloria Shea was born on May 30, 1910 in New York City, New York, USA as Olive Gloria Shea. She was an actress, known for Dangerous Intrigue (1936), Black Gold (1936) and I Like It That Way (1934). She was married to Vice Admiral Robert J. Stroh (Ret.). She died on February 8, 1995 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Dangerous Intrigue Gerta Kosovic
(1936)
Black Gold Cynthia Jackson
(1936)
(1934)
Women Won't Tell April Specks Moorehouse
(1932)

Filmography

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 1936 Black Gold
Cynthia Jackson
 1936 Dangerous Intrigue
Gerta Kosovic
 1935 One-Way Ticket
Willa
 1935 Men of Action
Lilly - Jefferson's Secretary
 1935 Great God Gold
Gert - Hart's Secretary
 1935 Laddie
Sally Stanton
 1934 The Oil Raider
Alice Varley
 1934 A Successful Failure
Ruth Cushing
 1934 Tomorrow's Youth
Jane Holsworth
 1934 A Demon for Trouble
Lita Morton
 1934 We're Rich Again
Victoria 'Vic' Page
 1934 Money Means Nothing
Julie Ferris McKay
 1934 Smoking Guns
Alice Adams
 1934 I Like It That Way
Trixie
 1934 Bolero
Lucy
 1933 Umpa (Short)
Blonde nurse, Mr. Umpa's girl
 1933 Big Time or Bust
Betty Roberts
 1933 Dance, Girl, Dance
Cleo Darville
 1933 The Fiddlin' Buckaroo
Ann Kerriman
 1933 Strange People
Helen Mason - the Secretary
 1933 The Phantom of the Air
Mary Edmonds
 1933 The Dude Bandit
Betty Mason
 1933 Alias the Professor (Short)
 1932 Women Won't Tell
April Specks Moorehouse
 1932 They Call It Sin
Humphries' receptionist (uncredited)
 1932 Big City Blues
Agnes (uncredited)
 1932 His Vacation (Short)
 1932 Life Begins
Gladys Banks (uncredited)
 1932 The Night Mayor
Gwen
 1932 Absent Minded Abner (Short) (as Olive Shea)
 1930 The Love Kiss
Annabelle Lee (as Olive Shea)
 1930 The Gob (Short) (as Olive Shea)
 1930 The Varsity Show (Short) (as Olive Shea)
 1930 The Heart Breaker (Short)
Jane (as Olive Shea)
 1930 23 -- Skidoo (Short)
Frieda (uncredited)
 1930 A Private Engagement (Short)
 1929 Glorifying the American Girl
Barbara (as Olive Shea)
 1929 Booklovers (Short) (as Olive Shea)
 1929 Dancing Around (Short) (as Olive Shea)
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Personal Details

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Alternate Names:

Olive Shea

Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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Trivia:

Sister of New York lawyer William A. Shea, the namesake of Shea Stadium. See more »

Star Sign:

Gemini

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