Alice Faye

Alice Faye
1915 - 1998

Alice Faye  American Actress

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Who is she dating right now?

Rest in peace.

Relationships

Alice Faye was previously married to Phil Harris (1941 - 1995) and Tony Martin (1937 - 1941).

Alice Faye was in relationships with Charlie Wrightsman (1941), Wayne Morris (1937), Rudy Vallee (1933), George Brent, Lyle Talbot, Tyrone Power, Nelson Eddy and Michael Whelan.

Alice Faye had encounters with Darryl F. Zanuck and Victor Mature.

About

American Actress Alice Faye was born Alice Jeanne Lepert on 5th May, 1915 in New York, New York, USA and passed away on 9th May 1998 Rancho Mirage, California aged 83. She is most remembered for Fallen Angel (1945). Her zodiac sign is Taurus.

Alice Faye was in an on-screen matchup with Dana Andrews in Fallen Angel (1945).

Alice Faye is a member of the following lists: American film actors, American contraltos and American female singers.

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Relationship Statistics

TypeTotalLongestAverageShortest
Dating8 1 month, 29 days 7 days -
Married2 54 years, 5 months 29 years, 5 months 4 years, 6 months
Encounter2 - - -
Total12 54 years, 5 months 4 years, 11 months 1 month, 29 days

Details

First Name Alice
Middle Name Jeanne
Last Name Faye
Maiden Name Lepert
Full Name at Birth Alice Jeanne Lepert
Alternative Name Alice Faye
Age 83 (age at death) years
Birthday 5th May, 1915
Birthplace New York, New York, USA
Died 9th May, 1998
Place of Death Rancho Mirage, California
Cause of Death Stomach Cancer
Buried Forest Lawn Cemetery, Cathedral City, California, U.S.
Height 5' 5" (165 cm)
Build Slim
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Sexuality Straight
Religion Anglican / Episcopalian
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Text Actress/Singer
Occupation Actress
Claim to Fame Fallen Angel (1945)
Music Genre Vocal
Year(s) Active 1931–98, 1931–1980, 1931–1995, 1934–1995
Music Style Stage & Screen, Soundtracks, Traditional Pop, Radio Plays
Instrument Vocals
Official Websites www.alicefaye.com/, http://alicefaye.com/
Father Charley Leppert
Mother Alice Leppert
Friend Betty Grable, Don Ameche, Cesar Romero, Joan Crawford, Errol Flynn, Dean Martin, Betty Hutton, Jewel Baxter, Lynn Bari, Billie Dove, Diana Lewis-Powell, Marilyn Maxwell

Alice Jeanne Faye (; née Leppert; May 5, 1915 – May 9, 1998) was an American actress and singer. She sang "You'll Never Know", which won its composers the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 1944 Oscars ceremony. Faye introduced the song in the musical film Hello, Frisco, Hello (1943).

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NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Alice Faye83 TaurusActress
American
Phil Harris91 CancerPersonality
American
Charlie Wrightsman90 GeminiPhilanthropist
American
Wayne Morris45 AquariusActor
American
Tony Martin98 CapricornActor
American
Rudy Vallee84 LeoSaxophone
American
Michael Whelan71 CancerActor
American
George Brent75 PiscesActor
Irish
Darryl F. Zanuck77 VirgoFilm/TV Producer
American
Lyle Talbot94 AquariusActor
American
Tyrone Power44 TaurusActor
American
Victor Mature86 AquariusActor
American
Nelson Eddy65 CancerActor
American
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Children

NameGenderBornAgeOther Parent
AliceFemale19th May, 194279 years oldPhil Harris
Phyllis WandaFemale26th April, 194477 years oldPhil Harris

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
The Magic of Lassie1978The Waitress (Alice)Movie
Every Girl Should Have One1978KathyMovie
The Love Boat1977Betty LaytonTV Show
Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood1976Secretary at GateMovie
State Fair1962Melissa FrakeMovie
Fallen Angel1945June MillsMovie
Four Jills in a Jeep1944Alice FayeMovie
Hello Frisco, Hello1943Trudy EvansMovie
The Gang's All Here1943Edie AllenMovie
That Night in Rio1941Baroness Cecilia DuarteMovie
The Great American Broadcast1941Vicki AdamsMovie
Week-End in Havana1941Nan SpencerMovie
Lillian Russell1940Lillian RussellMovie
Little Old New York1940Pat O'DayMovie
Tin Pan Alley1940Katie BlaneMovie
Hollywood Cavalcade1939Molly AdairMovie
Rose of Washington Square1939Rose SargentMovie
Tail Spin1939Trixie LeeMovie
Barricade1939Emmy JordanMovie
Alexander's Ragtime Band1938Stella KirbyMovie
In Old Chicago1938Belle FawcettMovie
Sally, Irene and Mary1938Sally DayMovie
On the Avenue1937Mona MerrickMovie
You Can't Have Everything1937Judy Poe WellsMovie
You're a Sweetheart1937Betty BradleyMovie
Wake Up and Live1937Alice HuntleyMovie
King of Burlesque1936Pat DoranMovie
Poor Little Rich Girl1936Jerry DolanMovie
Sing, Baby, Sing1936Joan WarrenMovie
Stowaway1936Susan ParkerMovie
Every Night at Eight1935Dixie Dean, Dixie FoleyMovie
George White's 1935 Scandals1935HoneyMovie
Music Is Magic1935Peggy HarperMovie
Now I'll Tell1934Peggy WarrenMovie
George White's Scandals1934Kitty Donnelly, Mona ValeMovie
365 Nights in Hollywood1934Alice PerkinsMovie
She Learned About Sailors1934Jean LegoiMovie
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Posted commentsView all comments (6)

wjerryzwjerryzNov 6, 2015

I remember Alice in The Gangs All Here

LITTLE KOJAKMar 23, 2013

Alice was wonderful in the 1937 movie, "In Old Chicago." In the movie, Mrs. O'Leary's cow started the fire.
In actuality, it was Mr. O'Leary's drunk next-door neighbor on Dekoven Street.

S.BApr 2, 2009

What was the movie, featured in a m*a*s*h episode that alice faye was in. Her voice and beauty were intoxicating

JakeNov 23, 2008

Perfect Beauty, Perfect Voice.....


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