K.T. Stevens

K.T. Stevens

  • Born on
    • July 20th, 1919
  • Died on
    • June 13th, 1994
Stevens, born Gloria Wood, was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of film producer and director Sam Wood. She made her first film appearance when she was just two years old in her father's second silent film, Peck's Bad Boy. As an adult, she changed her name to K. T. Stevens to distance herself from her father's fame. She initially called herself Katherine Stevens, which people often shorted to "Katie," leading to the final version with the initials "K.T." Stevens appeared in a number of films in the 1940s and 1950s, including Kitty Foyle, (directed by her father) with Ginger Rogers, The Great Man's Lady with Barbara Stanwyck, Address Unknown, Port of New York with Yul Brynner, Harriet Craig with Joan Crawford and Vice Squad with Edward G. Robinson. She also appeared as Phyllis in the 1969 hit movie Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. Her last film role before her death from lung cancer was in the 1994 Whoopi Goldberg film Corrina, Corrina.

Starring K.T. Stevens on Plex


Acting (10 Credits)

1984They're Playing with Fire as Lillian Stevens
1969Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice as Phyllis
1958Missile to the Moon as The Lido
1953Vice Squad as Ginny
1953Tumbleweed as Louella Buckley
1950Harriet Craig as Clare Raymond
1949Port of New York as Toni Cardell
1944Address Unknown as Griselle Eisenstein
1941The Great Man's Lady as Girl Biographer
1940Kitty Foyle as Molly

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