Singer and actress Julie Gibson dies in her sleep aged 106

American singer and actor Julie Gibson died at the age of 106. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the singer from ‘The Feminine Touch’ died in her sleep in North Hollywood, as per her cousin, James Rogers. Born on September 9, 1913, Gibson was the last surviving actress to have appeared with the Three Stooges.

Gibson’s long career has been an interesting one. She has worked with Preston Sturges, Orson Welles, Ida Lupino, John Huston, Edgar Bergen and The Bowery Boys. Gibson played roles in notable films such as ‘Going My Way’, ‘The Clock’, ‘The Feminine Touch’, ‘Hail the Conquering Hero’, ‘Here We Go Again’, ‘Moulin Rouge’ and ‘Beat the Devil’.

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