Her mother is Gladys Aileen O'Malley and her father is Sir Walter Richard Nugent, 4th Bt. Her mother died at the age of (Gloria was 0 years old). Is Gloria Aileen Nugent still alive? No, she died on 12/12/2002, 18 years ago. Husbands Gloria Aileen Nugent had two marriages.
In 1963, he married Aileen Gloria Nugent, daughter of Sir Walter Nugent, Bt., the Irish MP for South Westmeath and Senator of the Irish Free State. Shortly after completing work on The Exorcist , while in New York City appearing as Fluther in Seán O'Casey 's The Plough and the Stars , MacGowran died at 54 from influenza after complications ...
Jul 07, 2015 · Gloria Aileen Nugent was the daughter of Sir Walter Richard Nugent, 4th Bt. and Gladys Aileen O'Malley. 2 She married, secondly, Jack McGowran. 1 She married, firstly, Michael Meade Carvill, son of Joseph Aloysino Carvill and Ada Meade, on 28 November 1946. 1 She and Michael Meade Carvill were divorced. 1 She died on 12 December 2002. 1
Aileen Ellen Nugent (born Sanders) was born on month day 1927, at birth place, Louisiana, to Pannal Ethan Sanders and Ada Sanders (born Green). Pannal was born on October 7 1906, in DeQuincy, Calcasieu Parish, LA.
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MacGowran was born on 13 October 1918 in Dublin. He established his professional reputation as a member of the Abbey Players in Dublin, while he achieved stage renown for his knowing interpretations of the works of Samuel Beckett. He appeared as Lucky in Waiting For Godot at the Royal Court Theatre, and with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Endgame at the Aldwych Theatre. He released an LP record, MacGowran Speaking Beckett, to coincide with Samuel Beckett's 60th birthday in 1966, and won the 1970–71 Obie for Best Performance By an Actor in the off-Broadway play MacGowran in the works of Beckett. He also specialised in the work of Sean O'Casey, creating the role of Joxer in the Broadway musical Juno in 1959, based with O'Casey's 1924 play about the Troubles, Juno and the Paycock. Fittingly, he played O'Casey's brother Archie in Young Cassidy (1965), one of John Ford's last films (which the director had to abandon due to ill health). In 1954 he moved to London, where he became a memb...
MacGowran's film career started in Ireland with the film No Resting Place (1951), and many of his earlier films were set in Ireland. Notably The Quiet Man (1952), The Gentle Gunman (1952), Rooney (1958) and Darby O'Gill and the Little People(1959). In 1966 Roman Polanski cast him as the gangster Albie in Cul-de-sac, before creating Professor Abronsius in The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967) especially for him. Other notable film appearances include the Ealing comedy The Titfield Thunderbolt (1953), Tony Richardson's Tom Jones (1963), David Lean's Doctor Zhivago (1965), Richard Lester's How I Won the War (1967), Peter Brook's King Lear. the leading role of Professor Collins in Wonderwall (1968), and Age of Consent (1969). He also appeared in "The Happening", an episode of The Champions. His last film was The Exorcist(1973).
In 1963, he married Aileen Gloria Nugent, daughter of the Irish MP for South Westmeath and Senator of the Irish Free State, Sir Walter Nugent, Bt. Shortly after completing work on The Exorcist, while in New York City appearing as Fluther in Seán O'Casey's The Plough and the Stars, MacGowran died of complications resulting from the recent London flu epidemic. He was 54 years old. His daughter is actress Tara MacGowran.Jack MacGowran at the Internet Movie DatabaseJack MacGowran at Find a GraveJack MacGowran at the Internet Broadway Database
His wife is Aileen Gloria Nugent (21 March 1963 - 30 January 1973) ( his death) ( 1 child) Family; Parents: Not Available: Wife:
Aileen Gloria Nugent (1963-1973; his death) Children. Tara. John Joseph "Jack" MacGowran (October 13, 1918 - January 31, 1973) was an Irish actor, probably best known ...