Patrick, Gail (1911–1980)

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Patrick, Gail (1911–1980)

American actress and tv producer. Name variations: Gail Patrick Jackson. Born Margaret LaVelle Fitzpatrick, June 20, 1911, in Birmingham, Alabama; died July 6, 1980, in Hollywood, CA; m. Robert Howard Cobb, 1936 (div. 1940); m. Arnold Dean White, 1944 (div. 1945); m. Thomas Cornwall Jackson (literary agent), 1947 (div. 1969); m. John E. Welde Jr., 1974; children: (3rd m., adopted) daughter and son.

Appeared in over 50 films, including Cradle Song, Death Takes a Holiday, Murder in the Vanities, Artists and Models, Stage Door, My Favorite Wife, The Doctor Takes a Wife, Tales of Manhattan, Hit Parade of 1943, Up in Mabel's Room, Brewster's Millions, Claudia and David, and The Plainsman and the Lady; was executive producer on the CBS-TV series "Perry Mason."

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