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Winter Haven, FL
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Live and Let Die
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Born in Florida and raised in Newark, New Jersey, Gloria`s first job was as an assistant to the legal secretary in the New York office of the NAACP. She also became a model around this time and worked at the Playboy Club as a `Bunny.` This exposure led to her being cast in her first movie, For Love of Ivy (1968). In the 1970s, she became a popular star of black actioners such as Black Caesar (1973) and Black Belt Jones (1974). She has completed her first CD and also produced The Paul Robeson Story.
Made history as the very first romantically involved African-American James Bond girl. The movie was Live and Let Die (1973).
She is of a multi-ethnic background: Seminole Indian, Chinese, Creek Indian, Irish and African.
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Los Angeles Academy of Theatre Arts, Business, University of Phoenix at Sherman Oaks, English and Theatre, Los Angeles City College, Paralegal & Legal Secretary, Essex College of Business for Law
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Gloria Hendry (born March 3, 1949), also known as Gloria Henry, is an American actress. She is best known for her roles in films from the 1970s, most notably; portraying Rosie Carver in the 1973's James Bond film Live and Let Die and Helen Bradley in the blaxploitation film Black Caesar and the sequel, Hell Up in Harlem.
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Would love to meet you before I die,
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We are unable to find our family pictures. We would like to order our pictu...
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