Annabella Sciorra (born March 24, 1964 in Wethersfield, Connecticut) is an Italian-American actress who has starred in a number of films and television series.
She is familiar to many viewers as Tony Soprano's mistress Gloria Trillo in the HBO series The Sopranos.
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She is familiar to many viewers as Tony Soprano's mistress Gloria Trillo in the HBO series The Sopranos. She died in Sherman Oaks, California following a stroke and was interred in San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Los Angeles, California. Annabella Sciorra (born March 24, 1964 in Wethersfield, Connecticut) is an Italian-American actress who has starred in a number of films and television series. She was the voice of Jane Jetson in the television cartoon series The Jetsons from 1962-1988, and toured in nightclubs and roadshows of plays and musicals. The Sopranos (2001 - 2002). She led a strike by the Radio City Rockettes. Reversal of Fortune (1990). She was active in union affairs and was the first woman president of an AFL-CIO union.
Jungle Fever (1991). Her husband produced a number of these sequels. Singleton dyed her brunette hair blonde for the rest of her life. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (1992). They repeated their roles on film, and as Dagwood and Blondie Bumstead they proved so popular that a succession of 27 sequels were made from 1938-1950. The Funeral (1996). She was cast opposite Arthur Lake in a radio show, Blondie, based on the comic strip by Chic Young. What Dreams May Come (1998). She appeared as a nightclub dancer in After the Thin Man.
Chasing Liberty (2004). Sparks died on July 22, 1963. They had one child, a daughter. She married Robert Sparks in 1941. They had one child, a daughter, and divorced in 1939.
She married a dentist, Lawrence Singleton, in 1937, and moved to Hollywood, where she was first billed as Penny Singleton. She sang and danced with Milton Berle and Gene Raymond, and appeared on Broadway in Jack Benny's Great Temptations. She began her show business career as a child by singing at a silent movie theater, and toured in vaudeville as part of an act called The Kiddie Kabaret. Born Mariana Dorothy Agnes Letitia McNulty in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and known as Dorothy McNulty, she was the daughter of a newspaperman Benny McNulty.
Penny Singleton (September 15, 1908 - November 12, 2003) was a Hollywood actress best known for her role in the series of motion pictures based on the comic strip Blondie. Jetsons: The Movie - 1990 (a non-Blondie film). Beware of Blondie - 1950. Blondie's Hero - 1950.
Blondie Hits the Jackpot - 1949. Blondie's Big Deal - 1949. Blondie's Secret - 1948. Blondie's Reward - 1948.
Blondie's Anniversary - 1947. Blondie in the Dough - 1947. Blondie's Holiday - 1947. Blondie's Big Moment - 1947.
Blondie Knows Best - 1946. Blondie's Lucky Day - 1946. Life with Blondie - 1946. Young Widow - 1946 (a non-Blondie film).
Leave It to Blondie - 1945. Footlight Glamour - 1943. It's a Great Life - 1943. Blondie for Victory - 1942.
Blondie's Blessed Event - 1942. Blondie Goes to College - 1942. Go West, Young Lady - 1941 (a non-Blondie film). Blondie in Society - 1941.
Blondie Goes Latin - 1941. Blondie Plays Cupid - 1940. Blondie Has Servant Trouble - 1940. Blondie on a Budget - 1940.
Blondie Brings Up Baby - 1939. Blondie Takes a Vacation - 1939. Blondie Meets the Boss - 1939. Blondie - 1938 - her first appearance on film as Blondie Bumstead.
Hard to Get - 1938. Mad Miss Manton, The - 1938. Garden of the Moon - 1938. Campus Cinderella - 1938.
Secrets of an Actress - 1938. Boy Meets Girl - 1938. Chump - 1938. Mr.
Men Are Such Fools - 1938. Racket Busters - 1938. Outside of Paradise - 1938. Swing Your Lady - 1938.
Sea Racketeers - 1937. Walter Wanger's Vogues of 1938 - 1937. After the Thin Man - 1936. Love in the Rough - 1930.
Good News - 1930.