Gloria Marshall (27 August 1931 - 18 December 1994) was an American film and television actress active in the 1950s. She is remembered for her roles in such TV series as Cowboy G-Men, It's a Great Life, and Hennesey. She also had minor, supporting roles in a few feature movies (Around the World in 80 Days and Roadracers.)
Life and career
Gloria Marshall was born on August 27, 1930, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
She made her television debut in 1951 in an episode titled "Not a Bit Like Jason" of the TV series Fireside Theatre. The following year, she was seen in the role of "Helen Layton" in "Salted Mines" episode of TV series Cowboy G-Men, alongside Russell Hayden, Jackie Coogan, and Archie Twitchell.
In the years 1955-1958, Marshall was seen in eight episodes of The Bob CummingsShow.
In the 1950s, she had episodic roles in many television series such as It's a Great Life (1954-1955), Passport to Danger (1955), Chevron Hall of Stars (1956), Studio 57 (1956), Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal (1956), How to Marry a Millionaire (1958), and Hennesey (1959). She was also seen in different characters in five episodes of The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1955-1961).
Her other film credits (mostly minor roles) include: Around the World in 80 Days(1956), Lewis Seiler's The True Story of Lynn Stuart (1958), Arthur Swerdloff's Roadracers (1959), and Frank Borzage's The Big Fisherman (1959).
Marshall was last seen on the screen in 1965, playing the role of a Police dispatcher in an episode of TV series My Favorite Martian.
Marshall married David O'Meara on October 28, 1962.
Marshall passed away on December 18, 1994, in Bermuda Dunes, California. She was 63.