Betsy Drake Overview:

Actress, Betsy Drake, was born Betsy Gordon Drake on Sep 11, 1923 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Drake died at the age of 92 on Oct 27, 2015 in London, England .

HONORS and AWARDS:

.

BlogHub Articles:

, third wife of actor Cary Grant.

By Dawn on Nov 21, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

(born September 11, 1923) is a French-born American actress and writer. She was the third wife of actor Cary Grant. Betsy went to twelve different schools, both private and public, before going into theatre and acting at junior college in Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C.. She met the p... Read full article


On Blu-ray: Real Life Marrieds Cary Grant and in Room for One More (1952)

By KC on Nov 30, -0001 From Classic Movies

Based on the 1950 autobiography by Anna Perrott Rose, Room for One More (1952) is a charming and surprisingly edgy story about a family that fosters two troubled children. Starring the then-married and Cary Grant, it’s an interesting mix of humor, drama, and ideas about parenting t... Read full article


See all articles

Betsy Drake Quotes:

Jeff Cohalan: Let's see what the tea leaves say about you... there's a trick my grandmother taught me; she learned it from an old witch in Ireland.
Ellen Foster: And so you've been drinking coffee ever since.


Jeff Cohalan: Ellen, you'd better go now. You're not safe with me. Do you understand?
Ellen Foster: Suppose I don't want to be safe?


read more quotes from Betsy Drake...



Share this page:
Visit the Classic Movie Hub Blog CMH
Also a Virgo






See All Virgos >>
Betsy Drake Facts
Was a first-class passenger on the Andrea Doria along with Ruth Roman, and her son Dickie. Was saved from the ship after going onto the port side of the ship and finding that side's boats useless because of the severe list. She was later rescued from the sinking liner.

In her 1962 divorce from Cary Grant, she received over $1 million in cash plus a percentage of the earnings from the 13 films he made during their marriage.

Her grandfather, Tracy C. Drake, and his brother built the Drake Hotel in Chicago.

See All Related Facts >>