Gloria Talbott
American actress
Gloria Talbott
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07 February 1931
19 September 2000
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State of California
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1948 - 1953
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Born on February 7, 1931.
On October 1, 1957, she appeared as Linda Brazwell in the episode "Reluctant Hero" of ABC's western television series Sugarfoot.
In the story line, Sugarfoot, played by Will Hutchins, an aspiring lawyer, takes a ranch job from the aging Charlie Cade, played by Will Wright. He soon finds that Cade is involved in a range war with Linda and her brother, Ken Brazwell, played by Michael Dante.
Talbott's multiple television credits include the syndicated The Cisco Kid, NBC's western anthology series Frontier, the syndicated western-themed crime drama Sheriff of Cochise with John Bromfield, the syndicated American Civil War drama Gray Ghost, the 1958 Wanted: Dead or Alive episode "Fatal Memory", the 1959 NBC western Cimarron City in the episode "Have Sword, Will Duel", and the 1961 NBC western Whispering Smith in the role of Cora Gates, with Robert Redford playing her brother, Johnny Gates.
She also appeared on CBS's Rawhide in the episodes, "The Incident of the Calico Gun" (1959) and "Prairie Elephant" (1961).
She appeared with Robert Harland in the 1961 episode "Terror in the Afternoon" of the syndicated crime drama The Brothers Brannagan.
She appeared in three episodes of Gunsmoke: "Home Surgery", "Cody's Code" and "The Cousin" as well as an episode of the Adventures of Superman, in which she played an heiress who gives it up to work as a Daily Planet copy assistant. She also guest starred in several episodes of Zorro and Perry Mason. Married four times, Talbott died from kidney failure and was survived by her fourth husband, Dr. Patrick Mullally and by two children. Daughter Mea Mullally, born to Gloria and Dr. Steven J. Capabianco, her second husband, won three gold medals in local ice-skating competitions and is an aspiring actress.
Died on September 19, 2000.
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