Gloria Henry

Gloria Henry (born Gloria Eileen McEniry; April 2, 1923 – April 3, 2021) was an American actress, best known for her role as Alice Mitchell, Dennis’s mother, from 1959 to 1963 on the CBS family sitcomDennis the Menace.

For the similarly named actress born in 1949, see Gloria Hendry.
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American actress
Gloria Henry

Henry c. 1947
Gloria Eileen McEniry

(1923-04-02)April 2, 1923

Died April 3, 2021(2021-04-03) (aged 98)

Occupation Actress
Years active 1947–2005, 2012
  • Robert D. Lamb

    (m. 1943; div. 1948)

  • Craig Ellwood

    (m. 1949; div. 1977)

Children 3

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Henry was born Gloria Eileen McEniry on April 2, 1923.[1] She lived and grew up on the edge of the Garden District of New Orleans, Louisiana. She was educated at the Worcester Art Museum School in Massachusetts.[2] Henry moved to Los Angeles in her late teens and worked on a number of radio shows and commercials using the stage name of Gloria Henry. Her topics of discussions were gossip, fashion, and sports.[3] She also performed in little theater groups.

Signed by an agent, Henry transitioned into film work via Columbia Studios in 1946, and made her debut as the female lead in the horse racing film Sport of Kings (1947).[4] She had featured roles in the romantic comedy Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949) that starred Lucille Ball, and the western Rancho Notorious (1952) with Marlene Dietrich. Henry also appeared in three sports-themed stories; the football film Triple Threat (1948), the horse race tale Racing Luck (1948), and the William Bendix baseball comedy Kill the Umpire (1950).

The 1950s were a mixture of B films and episodic TV guest parts such as My Little Margie (1952) and the premiere episode of Perry Mason, “The Case of the Restless Redhead” (1957). She was also a regular on the detective series The Files of Jeffrey Jones (1954), starring Don Haggerty, but was written out of the show when she became pregnant. She also appeared on The Abbott and Costello Show in an episode entitled “The Pigeon”.

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