Gwynne Gilford
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Gwynne Gilford
Gwynne Gilford
Gwynne Gilford in 1978.JPG
Gilford on The Waverly Wonders in 1978
Gloria Gwynne Gilford

(1946-07-27) July 27, 1946 (age 74)
OccupationActress (former),
psychotherapist (current)
Years active1969-1987 (as an actress)
(m. 1969)
Children2, including Chris Pine

Gloria Gwynne Gilford (born July 27, 1946) is a retired American actress and psychotherapist. She appeared in several television series in the 1970s and 1980s, including A New Kind of Family, The Young Lawyers and The Waverly Wonders, and had roles in the films Beware! The Blob (1972), Satan's School for Girls (1973), Ruby and Oswald (1978), Fade to Black (1980), Kate's Secret (1986) and Masters of the Universe (1987).

Gilford was born in Los Angeles, California,[] the daughter of actress Anne Gwynne[1] (born Marguerite Gwynne Trice) and entertainment lawyer Max M. Gilford[2] (born Max Goldfarb). Her paternal grandparents were Russian-Jewish immigrants, and her mother was a Texan, of English, Welsh, and French ancestry.[] According to Gilford, her mother wouldn't allow her to act in film as a child.[3]

Gilford studied at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and in New York.[3] She played Abby Stone, a divorcée and head of the household, in the 1979 comedy A New Kind of Family.[4]

She is married to actor Robert Pine.[2] They are the parents of the actor Chris Pine[2] and Katherine Pine.[5] After retiring from acting, she and Katherine studied to become practicing psychotherapists.[6]


  1. ^ Mank, Gregory William. Women in Horror Films, 1940s. McFarland. ISBN 978-1-4766-0955-3. Retrieved 2021.
  2. ^ a b c Denise Martin (2009). "10 things you didn't know about Chris Pine". Los Angeles Times.
  3. ^ a b "Actress finds job, marriage can work". Austin American-Statesman. 23 September 1979. p. 35.
  4. ^ McNeil, Alex (1991). Total television: A Comprehensive Guide to Programming from 1948 to the Present. Penguin Books. p. 543. ISBN 978-0-14-015736-9. Retrieved 2021.
  5. ^ "Chris Pine Biography". TV Guide.
  6. ^ Turbiville, Tom (February 7, 2010). "Aggie connections move actor to help Bryan school".

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