deHaven, Gloria Mildred “Glo”
Gloria Mildred deHaven “Glo”
Carter deHaven III‘s aunt.
Gloria deHaven started as a teenage actress and has performed in staring roles as an adult, appearing in over forty movies.
From the January 24, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
WHO’S WORKING. Goria de Haven – Working at M.G.M.
From the Mar-Ken 1940 Yearbook, as a Freshman:
GLORIA DE HAVEN (Born in California)
“Do Re Me Fa So La Te Do”
The above is what Gloria, known as “Glo”, sees in her sleep every night instead of sheep; for during the day she has studied hard to be a great singer and has sung up and down that scale over and over. But if your sleep is thus disturbed, we’ll try playing your hit tune favorites as a remedy, “Deep Purple”, and “All the Things You Are”, perhaps when we’re finished you’ll forget your worries and the dislike at ever becoming fat. Remember, you like clothes, and your hobby of collecting perfume is a pleasant one. And so we have Gloria, who between studying her favorite English, and seeing all of the newest shows, takes time out to tell us that her favorite book is “Rebecca”, and her favorite color blue – – the hue of her own pretty eyes.
Gloria deHaven received the Ninth Grade award for All-Around Achievement in 1940.
From the October 11, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
WHO’S WHO: Gloria de Haven – – Small and dark, Gloria is a member of the Junior class and has been attending Mar-Ken about a year and a half. Miss De Haven, whos nickname is “Glo,” doesn’t plan to attend college, but does intend to follow a theatrical career. Glo enjoys Tommy Dorsey’s orchestra and is especially fond of dancing and parties.
From the October 25 and November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journals:
WHO’S WORKING: Gloria De Haven at M.G.M.
From the November 1941 issue of the Mar-Ken Journal (student newspaper):
Gloria deHaven – Small and dark, Gloria is a member of the Junior Class and has been attending Mar-Ken about a year and a half. Miss de Haven, whose nickname is “Glo” doesn’t plan to attend college, but does intend to follow a theatrical career. Glo enjoys Tommy Dorsey’s orchestra and is especially fond of dancing and parties.
From the Mar-Ken 1942 Yearbook, as a Senior:
Gloria De Haven: “Glo” loves steaks, shows and swimming, also enjoyed “Rebecca” a great deal. Her favorite songs are, “Embraceable You” and “Rhapsody in Blue” and her one great desire is to become a great actress.
Links to other resources about Gloria deHaven:
Biography on Class Act: Those Golden Movie Musicals
Internet Movie Database listing: