Gloria Stuart was a popular actress in the 1930′s. While married to her first husband, Blair Gordon Newell from 1930-1934, the couple lived in Carmel, CA. She spent time creating art and hanging out with famous artists such as Ansel Adams. In 1934, she married screenwriter Arthur Sheekman, who she was married to until his death in 1978. When his health was deteriorating from Alzheimer’s disease in the mid-’70′s, she attempted a comeback. She had some television appearances and movie roles, but she got an academy award nod, becoming the oldest nominee for best supporting actress for her role as the elderly “Rose” in the 1997 mega hit Titanic. She received the Ralph Morgan award from the Screen Actor’s Guild in July of 2010, honoring her career.
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