Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
1907 - 1990

Barbara Stanwyck  American Actress

1359
edit
Rank
3092
Age
82
Zodiac

Who is she dating right now?

According to our records, Barbara Stanwyck is possibly single.

Relationships

Barbara Stanwyck was previously married to Robert Taylor (1939 - 1952) and Frank Fay (1928 - 1935).

Barbara Stanwyck was in relationships with Glenn Ford (1955), Anthony Quinn (1953), Robert Wagner (1952 - 1956), Cesar Romero (1950), George Nader (1950), Henry Fonda (1941), Gary Cooper (1940 - 1941), William Holden (1939 - 1940), Howard Hughes (1938), Frank Capra (1930 - 1931), Rex Cherryman (1926 - 1928), Tallulah Bankhead, Rory Calhoun and Gene Kelly.

Barbara Stanwyck had encounters with Farley Granger (1953), Jean-Pierre Aumont (1951), Humphrey Bogart (1947 - 1948), Edward G. Robinson (1944), Charles Boyer (1943), Cary Grant (1942), Tyrone Power (1941), Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (1940), George Raft (1938), James Stewart (1937), Fredric March (1936), Joan Crawford (1936), Kirk Douglas (1935), John Wayne (1933), William Powell (1930) and Claudette Colbert.

Barbara Stanwyck is rumoured to have hooked up with Marilyn Monroe (1947).

About

American Actress Barbara Stanwyck was born Ruby Catherine Stevens on 16th July, 1907 in Brooklyn, New York and passed away on 20th Jan 1990 Santa Monica, California aged 82. She is most remembered for The Big Valley. Her zodiac sign is Cancer.

Barbara Stanwyck was in 23 on-screen matchups, including Burt Lancaster in Sorry, Wrong Number (1948), David Manners in The Miracle Woman (1931), David Niven in The Other Love (1947), Dennis Morgan in Christmas in Connecticut (1945) and Errol Flynn in Cry Wolf (1947).

Barbara Stanwyck is a member of the following lists: People from Mandeville Canyon, Los Angeles, Western (genre) television actors and Outstanding Performance by a Lead Actress in a Drama Series Primetime Emmy Award winners.

Contribute

Help us build our profile of Barbara Stanwyck! Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions.

Relationship Statistics

TypeTotalLongestAverageShortest
Married2 15 years, 9 months 11 years, 11 months -
Dating14 4 years 8 months, 12 days 1 year
Encounter16 1 year 1 month, 7 days 1 month, 27 days
Rumoured1 - - -
Total33 15 years, 9 months 1 year 1 month, 27 days

Details

First Name Barbara
Middle Name Catherine
Last Name Stanwyck
Maiden Name Stevens
Full Name at Birth Ruby Catherine Stevens
Alternative Name Missy, The Queen, Babs
Age 82 (age at death) years
Birthday 16th July, 1907
Birthplace Brooklyn, New York
Died 20th January, 1990
Place of Death Santa Monica, California
Cause of Death Heart Attack
Height 5' 5" (165 cm)
Build Average
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Dyed Red
Distinctive Feature Hair and face and voice
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Religion Roman Catholic
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
High School Erasmus Hall High School
Occupation Text Actress
Occupation Actress
Claim to Fame The Big Valley
Year(s) Active 1922–1986
Brand Endorsement (1949) Print ad: Chesterfield cigarettes, (Early 1950s) TV commercial: Lustre-Creme shampoo., (1941) Print ads: Lux Toilet Soap, Ronson Lighters 1947
Bust (inches) 33
Cup Size B
Waist (inches) 23
Hips (inches) 34
Official Websites www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=1729, www.nndb.com/people/766/000026688/
Family Member Dion Anthony "Tony" Fay (adopted son)

Barbara Stanwyck (born Ruby Catherine Stevens; July 16, 1907 – January 20, 1990) was an American actress. She was a film and television star, known during her 60-year career as a consummate and versatile professional with a strong, realistic screen presence, and a favorite of directors including Cecil B. DeMille, Fritz Lang, and Frank Capra. After a short but notable career as a stage actress in the late 1920s, she made 85 films in 38 years in Hollywood, before turning to television.

More about Barbara Stanwyck
Less about Barbara Stanwyck
edit

Dating History

Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Barbara Stanwyck82 CancerActress
American
Glenn Ford90 TaurusActor
Canadian
Farley Granger85 CancerActor
American
Anthony Quinn86 TaurusActor
American
Robert Wagner88 AquariusActor
American
Jean-Pierre Aumont90 CapricornActor
French
Cesar Romero86 AquariusActor
American
George Nader80 LibraActor
American
Marilyn Monroe36 GeminiActress
American
Humphrey Bogart57 CapricornActor
American
Edward G. Robinson79 SagittariusActor
Romanian
Charles Boyer78 VirgoActor
French
Cary Grant82 CapricornActor
British
Tyrone Power44 TaurusActor
American
Henry Fonda77 TaurusActor
American
Gary Cooper60 TaurusActor
American
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.90 SagittariusActor
American
William Holden63 AriesActor
American
Howard Hughes70 CapricornBusiness
American
George Raft85 LibraActor
American
James Stewart89 TaurusActor
American
Fredric March77 VirgoActor
American
Robert Taylor57 LeoActor
American
Joan Crawford72 AriesActress
American
Kirk Douglas102 SagittariusActor
American
John Wayne72 GeminiActor
American
William Powell91 LeoActor
American
Frank Capra94 TaurusDirector
American
Frank Fay69 ScorpioActor
American
Rex Cherryman31 ScorpioActor
American
Rory Calhoun76 LeoActor
American
Gene Kelly83 LeoActor
American
Claudette Colbert92 VirgoActress
American
Tallulah Bankhead66 AquariusActress
American
More Partners
Less Partners

Children

NameGenderBornAgeOther Parent
Dion AnthonyMale5th December, 193286 years oldFrank Fay

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
The Colbys1985Constance ColbyTV Show
The Thorn Birds1983Mary CarsonTV Show
Dynasty1981Constance ColbyTV Show
Charlie's Angels1976Toni BlakeTV Show
The Letters1973Geraldine ParkingtonTV Movie
A Taste of Evil1971Miriam JenningsTV Movie
The House That Would Not Die1970Ruth BennettTV Movie
The Big Valley1965Nellie Handley, Victoria BarkleyTV Show
Roustabout1964Maggie MorganMovie
The Night Walker1964Irene TrentMovie
Calhoun: County Agent1964Abby RaynerTV Movie
Walk on the Wild Side1962Jo, Jo CourtneyMovie
The Dick Powell Theatre1961Irene PhillipsTV Show
The Joey Bishop Show1961DoraTV Show
Rawhide1959Nora HollowayTV Show
The Untouchables1959Lt. Agatha StewartTV Show
Crime of Passion1957Kathy DoyleMovie
Forty Guns1957Jessica DrummondMovie
Trooper Hook1957Cora SutliffMovie
Goodyear Theatre1957Midge VarneyTV Show
The Real McCoys1957Barbara StanwyckTV Show
Wagon Train1957Caroline Casteel, Kate Crawley, Maud FrazerTV Show
Alcoa Theatre1957Midge VarneyTV Show
The Maverick Queen1956Kit BanionMovie
There's Always Tomorrow1956Norma Miller ValeMovie
These Wilder Years1956Ann DempsterMovie
Zane Grey Theater1956Julie Holman, Leona Butler, Regan MooreTV Show
Escape to Burma1955Gwen MooreMovie
The Violent Men1955Martha WilkisonMovie
Cattle Queen of Montana1954Sierra Nevada JonesMovie
Executive Suite1954Julia O. TredwayMovie
Witness to Murder1954Cheryl DraperMovie
Blowing Wild1953Marina ConwayMovie
Jeopardy1953Helen StilwinMovie
The Moonlighter1953RelaMovie
Titanic1953Julia SturgesMovie
All I Desire1953Naomi MurdochMovie
G.E. True Theater1953Lili ParrishTV Show
Clash by Night1952Mae Doyle D'AmatoMovie
The Ford Television Theatre1952Irene FrazierTV Show
The Man with a Cloak1951Lorna BountyMovie
No Man of Her Own1950Helen Ferguson, Patrice HarknessMovie
The File on Thelma Jordon1950Thelma JordonMovie
The Furies1950Vance JeffordsMovie
To Please a Lady1950Regina ForbesMovie
East Side, West Side1949Jessie BourneMovie
The Lady Gambles1949Joan BootheMovie
B.F.'s Daughter1948'Polly' FultonMovie
Sorry, Wrong Number1948Leona StevensonMovie
California1947Lily BishopMovie
Cry Wolf1947Sandra MarshallMovie
The Other Love1947Karen DuncanMovie
The Two Mrs. Carrolls1947Sally Morton CarrollMovie
Variety Girl1947Barbara StanwyckMovie
My Reputation1946Jessica DrummondMovie
The Bride Wore Boots1946Sally WarrenMovie
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers1946Martha IversMovie
Christmas in Connecticut1945Elizabeth LaneMovie
Hollywood Victory Caravan1945Barbara StanwyckShort Film
Double Indemnity1944Phyllis DietrichsonMovie
Hollywood Canteen1944Barbara StanwyckMovie
Flesh and Fantasy1943Joan Stanley (Episode 3)Movie
Lady of Burlesque1943Deborah Hoople - aka Dixie DaisyMovie
The Gay Sisters1942Fiona GaylordMovie
The Great Man's Lady1942Hannah Sempler HoytMovie
Ball of Fire1941Sugarpuss O'SheaMovie
Meet John Doe1941Ann MitchellMovie
The Lady Eve1941JeanMovie
You Belong to Me1941Helen HuntMovie
Remember the Night1940Lee LeanderMovie
Golden Boy1939Lorna MoonMovie
Union Pacific1939Mollie MonahanMovie
The Mad Miss Manton1938Melsa MantonMovie
Always Goodbye1938Margot WestonMovie
Breakfast for Two1937Valentine RansomeMovie
Stella Dallas1937Stella DallasMovie
This Is My Affair1937Lil DuryeaMovie
Internes Can't Take Money1937Janet HaleyMovie
A Message to Garcia1936Senorita Raphaelita MaderosMovie
Banjo on My Knee1936Pearl Elliott HolleyMovie
His Brother's Wife1936Rita Wilson ClaybourneMovie
The Bride Walks Out1936Carolyn MartinMovie
The Plough and the Stars1936Nora ClitheroeMovie
Annie Oakley1935Annie OakleyMovie
Red Salute1935Drue Van AllenMovie
The Woman in Red1935Shelby Barret WyattMovie
A Lost Lady1934MarianMovie
Gambling Lady1934Jennifer Lady LeeMovie
The Secret Bride1934Ruth VincentMovie
Baby Face1933LilyMovie
Ever in My Heart1933Mary Archer WilbrandtMovie
Ladies They Talk About1933Nan TaylorMovie
The Bitter Tea of General Yen1933MeganMovie
Forbidden1932LuluMovie
Shopworn1932Kitty LaneMovie
So Big!1932Selina Peake De JongMovie
The Purchase Price1932Joan GordonMovie
Illicit1931Anne VincentMovie
Night Nurse1931Lora HartMovie
Ten Cents a Dance1931Barbara O'NeillMovie
The Miracle Woman1931Florence FallonMovie
The Stolen Jools1931Mrs. Frank FayShort Film
Ladies of Leisure1930Kay ArnoldMovie
The Locked Door1929Ann CarterMovie
Mexicali Rose1929Mexicali RoseMovie
Broadway Nights1927Showgirl (uncredited)Movie
Show More
Show Less

Onscreen Matchups

Discussions

Posted commentsView all comments (16)

DarkMarcDarkMarcAug 19

Barbara Stanwyck on screen was down-to-earth, accomplished, and self-assured. She was immediately home in any milieu and in any costume, though dry and perhaps somewhat cynical. With Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, she makes a Hollywood triumvirate of "strong" women. Like them, in a couple of films she was menaced, the frightened heroine, but it was unlikely casting. Barbara was in her element running the show, directing traffic. She was/is an incomparably better actress than Crawford, and she measures up to Davis at her best. But she was never as bad as Davis got in some of her late 1960s horror cycle of films. I fact, she never gave a bad performance. Barbara remains a one-of-a-kind breed. Unlike most major stars, she has never been subject to temperament on the sound stage and has remained throughout the years one of the most liked and respected players on film sets. Barbara Stanwyck has rarely sunk to self-caricature. As a matter of fact, her professional posture is to tough, honest, and and self-styled to be a carbon-copied easily or successfully (Her one professional vulnerability is her cultivated diction which wavers incongruously back into Brooklynese enunciation on occasion. As an acclaimed actress, Barbara learned to be successful and to survived required adapting with times. During her decades on screen, she altered her image to suit changing taste. But through it all Barbara has remained and individual. Reliable Stanwyck made her movie reputation in the 1930s as the self-sufficient miss who by hock or by crook will make it on her own if need be. Perhaps the penultimate Stanwyck performance of her early cinema years was the much-censored Baby Face (1933, Warner Brothers). If anything supercharged Barbara's screen career in the late 1930s it was her romance and marriage to MGM's handsome screen idol Robert Taylor. It demonstrated to moviegoers that off screen Stanwyck had a definite sexuality and desirability about her, qualities which frequently eluded the camera in her film roles. Most, veteran moviegoers think of Stanwyck in terms of being ultimate screen noir dames. Double Indemnity (1944, Paramount Pictures), And The Strange Of Lover's Of Martha Ivers (1946, Paramount Pictures) are excellent examples of this stereotyping. Devotees of this type of Stanwyck performance relish her machine-gun delivery of vituperative dialogue, with an insolent character who delivers everything with relish and extreme credibility. But there is also Stanwyck the light-hearted comedienne, who could shine in Preston Sturges' witty The Lady Eve (1941, Paramount Pictures), or radiate as an amusing broad in Ball Of Fire (1941, RKO), and Lady Of Burlesque (1943, United Artists). And what of the romantic Stanwyck, the heroine of Remember The Night (1940, Paramount Pictures ), Christmas In Connecticut (1945, Warner Brothers), and the ultimate in women's films My Reputation (1946, Warner Brothers). In the 1950s, when movie roles became fewer (or non-ex-existent). For mature stars of Barbara's magnitude, she readily accepted assignments in lesser films. In this period, she went through a series of Westerns, a genre she always preferred since the days of Annie Oakley (1936, RKO) and Union Pacific (1939, Paramount Pictures). Once again she demonstrated how integrity of performance, uniqueness, of manner (her lioness like, prowling walk; her snarling delivery of dialogue), and expert stunting ability could make even the best plausible quickie Western film interesting to the viewer. Although she had tried her luck with an anthology series in 1960, it was the hour-long program, "The Big Valley" (1964-1969), which brought her renewed popularity, a good many awards, and a chance to demonstrate her mettle against the new breed of generally marshmallow performers. Truly, Barbara Stanwyck is in every way exemplary of the term "Legend.

wjerryzwjerryzMar 10

How beautiful she is

wjerryzwjerryzNov 23, 2017

The love if my life

wjerryzwjerryzMay 21, 2015

Barbara will always be very special to me. I loved all her movies and loved her as a person. I will never forget her.

meJun 4, 2013

What's wrong with Elton and Ellen then.

minnesodarange95402Jun 4, 2013

Wtf. She dates women? What the heck?

mrbubiAug 4, 2012

the tough Missy will never be forgotten!

john morrisJan 12, 2011

Barbara Stanwyck was my all time favorite. I love the film, All I Desire. Well, I like/love all her films and all the TV work.

ELGABIELGABIMay 5, 2010

Barbara was the 8ª wonder in the world. She was a great actress and after all this time she is still living in our hearts. BEAUTIFUL FOREVER AND EVER.

tomApr 22, 2009

You are the most drematic actress i have seen and has a remarkable talent

LEEFeb 25, 2009

YOU ARE A GREAT ACTRESS.YOU`RE BEAUTIFUL AND YOU`RE FILMS ARE VERY ENTERTAINING LOVE THEM ALL.GOD BLESS;;;

john phillipsJan 22, 2009

I like your site mainly because of the photographs,My late wife Teresa was the double of Barbara. We both enjoyed Barbs films and I just wish that they woukd do some repeats on TV. thankyou for an excellent web site. John


Join the FamousFix discussion board >>