Janet De Gore

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Janet De Gore

Janet De Gore

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Janet De Gore

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: November 19, 1930
Date of Passing: June 11, 2022
Birthplace: Larchmont, New York

Janet De Gore was an American actress.

De Gore began her career in 1950, starring in the Broadway play The Member of the Wedding.

Later in her career, she appeared in many television programs, including The Real McCoys, 77 Sunset Strip, Sugarfoot, The Outer Limits, Perry Mason, Branded, and The Farmer's Daughter.

De Gore starred in the legal drama The Law and Mr. Jones, where she played the role of Abraham Lincoln Jones's (James Whitmore) secretary.

She retired from acting in 1966. Her last television credit was in the western television series Bonanza.

Janet De Gore was an American actress.

De Gore began her career in 1950, starring in the Broadway play The Member of the Wedding.

Later in her career, she appeared in many television programs, including The Real McCoys, 77 Sunset Strip, Sugarfoot, The Outer Limits, Perry Mason, Branded, and The Farmer's Daughter.

De Gore starred in the legal drama The Law and Mr. Jones, where she played the role of Abraham Lincoln Jones's (James Whitmore) secretary.

She retired from acting in 1966. Her last television credit was in the western television series Bonanza.

De Gore died June 11, 2022. She was 91.

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