Vivian Vance Overview:

Actress, Vivian Vance, was born Vivian Roberta Jones on Jul 26, 1909 in Cherryvale, KS. Vance died at the age of 70 on Aug 17, 1979 in Belvedere, CA .

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television. In addition, Vance was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame .

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By Aurora on Jul 26, 2012 From How Sweet It Was

, brilliant comedienne and actress, would have turned 103 years old today.? This is in her honor. Vivan Vance was born Vivian Roberta Jones in 1909 in Cherryvale, Kansas.? She studied drama since an early age and started a two-year stint? Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein‘s “... Read full article


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Vivian Vance Quotes:

Maggie DuBois: I want to thank you again for this opportunity, Mr. Goodbody.
Henry Goodbody: I had very little choice after your conversation with my wife.
Hester Goodbody: Henry, if you can't be more gracious, shut up!


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One of her closest friends in childhood was the silent film star Louise Brooks, who was her neighbor in Cherryvale, Kansas.

Legend has it that a clause in her television contract required her to stay 10 pounds heavier than costar/producer Lucille Ball. Actually, this contract never existed, at least not in legal, binding form. It was a mock contract given to Vance by Ball as a gag gift sparking the legend it was a real contract.

Vance's "I Love Lucy" (1951) co-star, William Frawley, reportedly received a unique deal for early television. His contract called for residuals from "I Love Lucy" (1951) for years after the series ended production in 1957. Unfortunately, Vance did not have a similar clause in her contract.

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