Gloria Stuart Net Worth

Gloria Stuart Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Gloria Frances Stewart net worth is
$5 Million

Gloria Frances Stewart Wiki Biography

Gloria Frances Stewart, known by the stage name Gloria Stuart, (July 4, 1910 – September 26, 2010) was an American actress, activist, painter, bonsai artist and fine art printer and printmaker. Stuart had a Hollywood career which spanned (with a long break in the middle) from 1932 until 2004 where she appeared on stage, television and in film, for which she was best-known. She appeared as Claude Rains' sweetheart in The Invisible Man, and as the elderly Rose Dawson Calvert in the Academy Award-winning film Titanic. At the time, she was the oldest person to be nominated in a supporting role for a competitive Oscar, for her role in Titanic, at the age of 87.

Full NameGloria Stuart
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 4, 1910
Place Of BirthSanta Monica, California, U.S.
Height5' 5" (1.65 m)
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack
EducationSanta Monica High School, University of California, Berkeley
SpouseBlair Gordon Newell
ChildrenSylvia Vaughn Thompson, Sylvia Vaughn Sheekman, Mrs. Thompson
ParentsFrank Stewart, Alice Deidrick Stewart
SiblingsFrank Finch, Patricia Marie Finch, Thomas Stuart
AwardsScreen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress, Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actress, Screen Actors Guild Ralph Morgan Award, Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Act...
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
MoviesTitanic, The Invisible Man, The Old Dark House, Gold Diggers of 1935, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, The Prisoner of Shark Island, Roman Scandals, My Favorite Year, The Million Dollar Hotel, The Kiss Before the Mirror, Poor Little Rich Girl, The Love Letter, Here Comes the Navy, Secret of the Blue Room...
Titanic (1997)$10,000 /week
Street of Women (1932)$125 /week
1[on not signing with Paramount in retrospect during a 1988 interview] I think it would have made all the difference. I might have gone on in films. I think of the ones that started out with me, the same place same station - Bette Davis, Ginger Rogers, Olivia de Havilland. I would have liked to have won an Academy Award, to have acted in one or two of the things they've all done. So that part I regret. But I have to think of what went with it, for them, the many marriages, problems with children, career difficulties - I wouldn't trade any of their lives for mine. I'm very blessed, I think. I've had a happy, fulfilled life.
2[on James Cagney] Cagney was wonderful. Jimmy and I worked together getting the Guild going - he was one of the stalwart liberals then. And that whole Warner Brothers stock company of Irishmen were always having a good time. They were darling men, funny and amusing to be with.
3[on Claude Rains in The Invisible Man (1933)] Claude Rains was what was known as an actor's actor. No quarter was asked and none given. A scene stealer? Whenever possible, yes. But with James Whale again you didn't worry much. One way or another, you ended up in the position Whale wanted you in. And since Claude spent the entire film wrapped in bandages, you couldn't blame him for trying.
4[on celebrating her 100th birthday on July 4, 2010] I would say I don't notice any difference between 100 and, say, 90. You're still frail, feeble and full of you-know-what.
5[on receiving the Ralph Morgan Award for her years of service] I'm very, very grateful. I've had a wonderful life of giving and sharing.
6[on her comeback as the elderly Rose in Titanic (1997)] I think that's the important thing. If you're full of love, admiration, appreciation of the beautiful things there are in this life, you have it made, really. And I have it made.
7Onward and Upward - Avanti!
8When I graduated from Santa Monica High in 1927, I was voted the girl most likely to succeed. I didn't realize it would take so long.
1At the height of her early career as a contract player for 20th Century Fox, a young fan of Stuart's--Ray Pearl, from Chicago--had her portrait tattooed across his chest. Stuart met with Pearl in person, an event which was photographed and profiled in Life magazine in the fall of 1937.
2Helped form the Hollywood Anti-Nazi League in 1936.
3Was a founding member of the Screen Actors Guild.
4Appeared in at least two films that feature a horrific cruise ship disaster, released almost exactly sixty years apart: Girl Overboard (1937) and Titanic (1997).
5Mother-in-law of television writer Gene Thompson.
6While a very young Stuart was appearing in the Pasadena Playhouse, not only was a Paramount casting director there, but also an agent from Universal who was there to see her leading man was also. She received contract offers from both studios but was advised to sign with Universal because it was not a major studio at the time and that would afford her more opportunities.
7Had appeared with John Carradine in three films: The Invisible Man (1933), The Prisoner of Shark Island (1936) and The Three Musketeers (1939).
8Favorite actress of director James Whale, whom she worked with in three films: The Old Dark House (1932), The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933) and The Invisible Man (1933).
9Although it was rumored that she was buried at several well-known Hollywood cemeteries, Gloria Stuart was cremated and her ashes were distributed, according to her lifelong wishes, in Santa Monica Bay, as family, friends and Titanic (1997) crew and cast members stood on the Santa Monica Pier.
10Not to be confused with Gloria Stewart, James Stewart's wife.
11Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6714 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on September 27, 2000.
12Lived directly opposite the house in Brentwood, California where Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered.
13In Gold Diggers of 1935 (1935), Stuart played a young woman whose mother pushes her to marry an unlikable rich man, but the young woman falls in love with a poor man. In Titanic (1997), Stuart's character did the very same thing 84 years earlier.
14Interviewed in "It Came from Horrorwood: Interviews with Moviemakers in the SF and Horror Tradition" by Tom Weaver (McFarland, 1996).
15Her eleven great-grandchildren are Jacob Thompson; Samuel Thompson; Deborah Thompson; Tziporah Thompson, Sarah-Leah Thompson; Dylan Sapia, Weston Sapia, Stuart Sapia, Jasen Sapia, Maggie Thompson and Frannie Whelan.
16Her four grandchildren are David Oxley Thompson, born on January 15, 1957 in Berkeley, California; Benjamin Stuart Thompson, born on September 21, 1959 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England; Dinah Vaughn Thompson, born on December 6, 1960 in Los Angeles, California; and Amanda Thompson, born on July 30, 1962 in Berkeley, California.
17Her younger brother, Frank Finch, an esteemed sports writer for the Los Angeles Times, was born in 1911.
18Her younger brother, Thomas Stewart, died in infancy in 1912 from spinal meningitis.
19She graduated from Santa Monica High School in 1927 and attended the University of California, Berkeley but dropped out.
20Stepdaughter of Fred J. Finch, a Kentucky native who owned a local funeral parlor and held oil leases in Texas.
21She has four grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.
22Turned down Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938) because she felt that the material was not to her dramatic acting abilities; however, Darryl F. Zanuck forced her to do the picture, and explained that she would be seen by millions, due to Shirley Temple's popularity. Stuart agreed in a 1998 interview that Zanuck was correct.
23Following her husband's death, she engaged in a 13-year friendship with printer Ward Ritchie, born in 1904. They first met in 1930 when he was best friends with first husband, sculptor Blair Gordon Newell. The two reacquainted in March 1983 and he taught her fine printing. They remained close until his death in 1996.
24Her daughter, Sylvia Vaughn (Sheekman) Thompson Park (born June 19, 1935) is a gourmet food writer and has authored several cookbooks.
25Shortened her last name from "Stewart" to "Stuart" because she thought its six letters balanced perfectly on a theater's marquee with the six letters in "Gloria".
26At age 86, she was aged by makeup to play Rose DeWitt Bukater at age 101 in Titanic (1997). However, Stuart did not find this a pleasant experience.
27Titanic (1997) was her second film that featured a doomed ship. One of her early films, Here Comes the Navy (1934), was filmed aboard the USS Arizona.
28She was the only cast member of Titanic (1997) who was alive at the time of the actual disaster. Stuart lived to be 100 years old, the same age as her character in the film.
29Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World (1998).
30At age 87, she was the oldest person ever to be nominated for an Academy Award.


Land of Plenty2004Old Lady
Miracles2003TV SeriesRosanna Wye
General Hospital2002-2003TV SeriesCatherine
Touched by an Angel2001TV SeriesGrams
The Invisible Man2001TV SeriesMadeline Fawkes
Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man2001TV MovieEliza Hoops
My Mother, the Spy2000TV MovieGrandma
The Million Dollar Hotel2000Jessica
The Titanic Chronicles1999TV MovieMrs. Helen Bishop (voice)
The Love Letter1999Eleanor
Titanic1997Old Rose
She Knows Too Much1989TV MovieKiki Watwood (as Gloria Stuart Sheekman)
Shootdown1988TV MovieGertrude
Murder, She Wrote1987TV SeriesEdna Jarvis
Wildcats1986Mrs. Connoly
There Were Times, Dear1985TV Movie
Mass Appeal1984Mrs. Curry
Manimal1983TV SeriesBag Lady
My Favorite Year1982Mrs. Horn
Merlene of the Movies1981TV Movie
The Violation of Sarah McDavid1981TV MovieMrs. Fowler
Enos1980TV SeriesLilly
Fun and Games1980TV MovieTerri
The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan1979TV MovieLady sitting at cemetary
The Best Place to Be1979TV Movie
The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel1979TV MovieRose Hooper
Battered1978TV Movie
In the Glitter Palace1977TV MovieMrs. Bowman
Flood!1976TV MovieMrs. Parker
The Waltons1975TV SeriesSaleswoman
Adventures of the Queen1975TV MovieFemale Passenger
The Legend of Lizzie Borden1975TV MovieStore Customer
She Wrote the Book1946Phyllis Fowler
Enemy of Women1944Bertha
The Whistler1944Alice Walker
Here Comes Elmer1943Glenda Forbes
It Could Happen to You1939Doris Winslow
Winner Take All1939Julie Harrison
The Three Musketeers1939Queen Anne
The Lady Objects1938Ann Adams Hayward
Time Out for Murder1938Margie Ross
Keep Smiling1938/IICarol Walters
Island in the Sky1938Julie Hayes
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm1938Gwen Warren
Change of Heart1938Carol Murdock
Life Begins at College1937Janet O'Hara
The Lady Escapes1937Linda Ryan
Girl Overboard1937Mary Chesbrooke
Wanted! Jane Turner1936Doris Martin
The Girl on the Front Page1936Joan Langford
36 Hours to Kill1936Anne Marvis
The Crime of Dr. Forbes1936Ellen Godfrey
Poor Little Rich Girl1936Margaret Allen
The Prisoner of Shark Island1936Mrs. Peggy Mudd
Professional Soldier1935Countess Sonia
Laddie1935Pamela Pryor
Gold Diggers of 19351935Ann Prentiss
Maybe It's Love1935Bobby Halevy
Gift of Gab1934Barbara Kelton
Here Comes the Navy1934Dorothy
The Love Captive1934Alice Trask
I'll Tell the World1934Jane Hamilton
I Like It That Way1934Anne Rogers
Beloved1934Lucy Tarrant Hausmann
Roman Scandals1933Princess Sylvia
The Invisible Man1933Flora Cranley
Secret of the Blue Room1933Irene von Helldorf
It's Great to Be Alive1933Dorothy Wilton
The Girl in 4191933Mary Dolan
The Kiss Before the Mirror1933Lucy Bernsdorf
Private Jones1933Mary Gregg
Laughter in Hell1933Lorraine
Air Mail1932Ruth Barnes
The Old Dark House1932Margaret Waverton
The All-American1932Ellen Steffens
Back Street1932Young Woman (uncredited)
Street of Women1932Doris 'Dodo' Baldwin
The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood1932Gloria Stuart


36 Hours to Kill1936performer: "Row, Row. Row Your Boat" - uncredited
Gold Diggers of 19351935performer: "I'm Goin' Shoppin' with You" 1935 - uncredited
Secret of the Blue Room1933performer: "I Can't Help But Dream of You" - uncredited
Air Mail1932performer: "Silent Night" - uncredited


Edición Especial Coleccionista2011TV Series dedicatee - 1 episode
A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss2010TV Mini-Series documentary in memory of - 1 episode
The World of Gods and Monsters: A Journey with James Whale1999Video documentary short acknowledgment


A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss2010TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself / Margaret Waverton
Flight of Butterfly2010Documentary shortHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1930s: Dancing Away the Great Depression2009Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History2008Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure2008TV Movie documentaryHerself
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1920s: The Dawn of the Hollywood Musical2008Video documentaryHerself
Chris & Don. A Love Story2007DocumentaryHerself
City Confidential2007TV Series documentaryHerself
Karloff and Me2006DocumentaryHerself
Titanic: EPK Press Kit2005Video documentary shortHerself
Titanic's Production: Behind the Scenes2005Video documentaryHerself
Hollywood Legenden2004TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Desilu Story2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
Gala Paramount Pictures Celebrates 90th Anniversary with 90 Stars for 90 Years2002TV MovieHerself
The 74th Annual Academy Awards2002TV SpecialHerself - Audience Member
I Used to Be in Pictures2000DocumentaryHerself
Hollywood, D.C.2000TV Movie documentaryHerself
The 72nd Annual Academy Awards2000TV SpecialHerself - Audience Member
Forever Hollywood1999TV Movie documentaryHerself
The World of Gods and Monsters: A Journey with James Whale1999Video documentary shortHerself - Actor
Fox Studios Australia: The Grand Opening1999TV Movie documentaryHerself (as Gloria Stewart)
5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards1999TV SpecialHerself
The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards1999TV Movie documentaryHerself - Presenter
The 25th Annual People's Choice Awards1999TV SpecialHerself
Universal Horror1998TV Movie documentaryHerself / interview
The 70th Annual Academy Awards1998TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1998TV SeriesHerself - Guest
4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards1998TV SpecialHerself
The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards1998TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture
Humphrey Bogart: You Must Remember This...1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
Biography1996TV Series documentaryHerself
Bogart: The Untold Story1996TV Movie documentaryHerself - Actress & Friend
Shirley Temple: America's Little Darling1993TV MovieHerself
The Famous Monsters 1993 World Convention Souvenir Video1993Video documentary
The One, the Only... Groucho1991TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Horror of It All1983TV Movie documentaryHerself
Hollywood on Parade No. A-91933ShortHerself

Archive Footage

Beyond Titanic1998TV Movie documentaryHerself
Gomorron1997TV SeriesHerself
The Horror Show1979TV Movie documentary
Secret Life of Old Rose: The Art of Gloria Stuart2012DocumentaryHerself
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards2011TV SpecialHerself - Memorial Tribute
17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2011TV SpecialHerself - Memorial Tribute
CR: Titanic2011Video GameOld Rose
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness2009TV Series documentaryFlora Cranley / Margaret Waverton
Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters2006DocumentaryOld Rose (uncredited)

Won Awards

2010Ralph Morgan AwardScreen Actors Guild Awards
2002Lifetime Achievement AwardLong Beach International Film Festival, Pasadena
2000Eyegore AwardEyegore Awards
2000Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 27 September 2000. At 6718 Hollywood Blvd.
1998Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting ActressTitanic (1997)
1998OFCS AwardOnline Film Critics Society AwardsBest Supporting ActressTitanic (1997)
1998ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting RoleTitanic (1997)
1997KCFCC AwardKansas City Film Critics Circle AwardsBest Supporting ActressTitanic (1997)

Nominated Awards

1998OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Supporting RoleTitanic (1997)
1998Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion PictureTitanic (1997)
1998OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Supporting ActressTitanic (1997)
1998ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a CastTitanic (1997)
1997ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest Actress in a Supporting RoleTitanic (1997)

2nd Place Awards

1997LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest Supporting ActressTitanic (1997)

Known for movies

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