Gwynne Gilford Biography
Birthday: July 27, 1946 (Leo)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Gloria Gwynne Gilford is an American former actress known for her roles in TV shows like ‘A New Kind of Family’, ‘The Young Lawyers’, and ‘The Waverly Wonders’ and films like ‘Beware! The Blob’, ‘Satan's School for Girls’, ‘Fade to Black’, and ‘Masters of the Universe’. After retiring from acting, Gilford earned a degree in psychotherapy and currently owns a practice in Studio City, Los Angeles. A native Californian, Gilford made her debut as an actress in an episode of ‘The Courtship of Eddie's Father’ in 1969. Three years later, she debuted on the big screen in ‘Beware! The Blob’, a comedy-horror film directed by Larry Hagman. She was prominently active in the 1970s and early 1980s, sharing screen space with the likes of Barnard Hughes, Dennis Christopher, and Dolph Lundgren. In the late 1980s, she left acting to join her daughter in the pursuit of a degree in psychotherapy. Her husband is actor Robert Pine, with whom she has two children, actor Chris Pine and psychotherapist Katherine Pine.