Gail Sheridan (Gail Sheridan)

Gail Sheridan

Actress. She began her career in Hollywood as a dancer in the mid-1930s, appearing in the ┬ámusicals “Strike Me Pink” (1936), “F-Man” (1936) and “College Holiday” (1936). Known as a talented, ┬álikeable lady, she was dubbed “Hollywood’s Kindest Actress” and was cast as William Boyd’s leading lady in the westerns “Hopalong Cassidy Returns” (1936) and “The Hills of Wyoming” (1937). Her most notable role was in Cecil B. DeMille’s classic “The Plainsman” (1936), co-starring with Gary Cooper. She retired from films in 1939. Cause of death, stroke. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith)


  • April, 17, 1915
  • USA


  • November, 11, 2007
  • USA


  • Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park
  • California
  • USA

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