Gloria DeHaven was an American actress, singer, and dancer, born on July 23, 1925, in Los Angeles, California, USA. She came from a family with a show business background, and her father was a well-known musical arranger and conductor. DeHaven’s entertainment career began at a young age, and she made her film debut as a child actress in the 1936 musical comedy “Charlie Chan on Broadway.” Her early career was marked by appearances in several films as a child and teen actress. In the 1940s, Gloria DeHaven signed a contract with MGM, where she gained more significant roles in musicals and comedies. She showcased her singing and dancing talents in films like “Best Foot Forward” (1943) and “Two Girls and a Sailor” (1944). During her career, DeHaven worked with notable stars such as Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, and Fred Astaire. She was admired for her vivacious personality and on-screen charm.…