K. T. Stevens Biography (1919-1994)



Born Gloria Wood, July 20, 1919, in Los Angeles, CA; died of lung cancer, June 13, 1994, in Brentwood, CA. Actress. Daughter of film director Sam Wood, Stevens began her acting career at an early age; using the stage name KatherineStevens, she appeared in the radio series Mr. Pepper's Family and in some stage plays. She attended the University of Southern California, and later wenton to star in several Broadway shows, including The Land Is Bright, The Voice of the Turtle, Laura, and The Tender Trap. Stevens was noted for her rolesin the films Address Unknown and Port of New York, and her film credits included The Great Man's Lady, Harriet Craig, Vice Squad, and Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. She also appeared in several television daytime dramas, including General Hospital, Paradise Bay, Days of Our Lives, and The Young andthe Restless. Stevens was an active member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and served as the Los Angeles area president in 1986 and 1989.

Gender
Male
Occupation
actress
Birth Details
July 20, 1919
Los Angeles, California, United States
Death Details
June 13, 1994
Brentwood, California, United States

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