Lisa Gaye


Is Lisa Gaye Dead or Still Alive? Lisa Gaye Birthday and Date of Death

Lisa Gaye

Lisa Gaye Death

Lisa passed away on July 14, 2016 at the age of 81 in Houston, Texas, United States.

Lisa Gaye death quick facts:
  • When did Lisa Gaye die?

    July 14, 2016
  • How old was Lisa Gaye when died?

  • Where did Lisa Gaye die? What was the location of death?

    Houston, Texas, United States

Lisa Gaye Birthday and Date of Death

Lisa Gaye was born on March 6, 1935 and died on July 14, 2016. Lisa was 81 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: March 6, 1935
Date of Death: July 14, 2016
Age at Death: 81

Is Lisa Gaye's father, Frank H. Griffin, dead or alive?

Frank H. Griffin's information is not available now.

Is Lisa Gaye's mother, Marguerite Gibson, dead or alive?

Marguerite Gibson's information is not available now.

Lisa Gaye's sisters :

Lisa has 3 sisters:
  • Judith Gibson
  • Lisa Gaye's sister, Debra Paget, is still alive and kicking at the age of 88. She is American and has had a career as an actress.

  • Lisa Gaye's sister, Teala Loring, died on January 28, 2007 as he was 84 years old. His cause of death was car accident.

Lisa Gaye's brothers :

Lisa has 2 brothers:
  • Ruell Shayne
  • Frank Griffin

Lisa Gaye - Biography

Lisa GayeActressLisa Gaye is an American retired actress, singer, and dancer.Born: March 6, 1935, Denver, COSpouse: Bently Clyde WareSiblings: Debra Paget, Teala Loring, Frank GriffinChildren: Janell WareParents: Frank H. Griffin, Margaret GriffinMovies and TV showsBiography by Hans J. WollsteinA dancer at Los Angeles' Biltmore Hotel, Lisa Gaye (née Griffin) signed with Universal-International in 1953 and played a standard leading-lady role in Drums Across the River (1954). She also did such typical '50s genre pictures as Rock Around the Clock (1956) and Shake, Rattle and Rock (1957), but was busier on television, where she appeared on The Bob Cummings Show and the popular series Death Valley Days and Perry Mason. Gaye, who is the sister of former leading ladies Debra Paget, Teala Loring and Ruell Shayne, left show business in the '60s to raise her family. She should not be confused with the later cult star of the same name.
Gaye made her first professional appearance at the age of 7. At 17, she signed a seven-year contract with Universal Studios and was enrolled in the studio's professional school for actors and actresses. She began her acting career in 1954. Her first starring role was in Drums Across the River (1954).

In 1959, she was cast as June Webster in the episode "Law West of the Pecos" of the ABC/WB western series, Colt .45, with Wayde Preston. Frank Ferguson played Judge Roy Bean, justice of the peace in Langtry, Texas. Douglas Kennedy was cast as Jay Brisco. In 1965, she was cast opposite Jesse Pearson in the episode "The Rider" of the syndicated western series, Death Valley Days. In the story line, Gaye as the widowed Faith Turner puts up a sign seeking a husband for herself and a father for her son. Pearson, as mail rider Jim Barnes, tries to help her find a suitable mate. In another Death Valley Days episode in 1968, Gaye played the gambler-turned-Sunday school-teacher Lottie Deno in the episode, "Lottie's Legacy". In the dramatization, Lottie falls in love with the Reverend Peter Green (John Clarke), who does not know the details of her past.