Mary Jane Gumm Net Worth

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Mary Jane Gumm Net Worth is
$20 Million

Mini Biography

Mary Jane Gumm was created on 24th Sept 1915 as the oldest child of vaudevillians Frank and Ethel Gumm and long term older sister from the celebrity Judy Garland. She grew up in Grand Rapids and, along with her more youthful sister Virginia ‘Jimmie’, performed a dance take action at their father’s vaudeville theatre referred to as The Gumm Sisters, while their mom performed the piano. The sisters experienced tremendous skill, although these were nothing in comparison to their youngest sister Baby Frances, the near future Judy Garland. Their mom continuously kept attempting with all three of her daughters and after shifting from their house in Minnesota in 1927 when Mary Jane was 12, they begun to choose auditions in displays and bigger even more well-known nightclubs. After some poor testimonials, Mary Jane chose that a lifestyle of present business wasn’t what she wished and, along with Jimmie, she supported out and then perform at their father’s vaudeville movie theater in 1930. She afterwards continued to marry Lee Kahn and transformed her name to Suzanne Kahn. Challenging tension of her youthful sister, Suzanne succumbed to alcoholism and finally committed suicide in-may 1964 at age 48.

Known for movies

1Virginia, her second sister, had a daughter, Judy Gail "Judaline," with her husband, musician Bobby Sherwood. The name "Judaline" means "little Judy" in Jewish and was originally given to Virginia's youngest sister Francis Ethel (Judy Garland), the endearing nickname given to Judy (Francis Ethel Gumm) Garland by one of her directors when "Baby Francis" was a child vaudeville performer. The name "Judaline" was subsequently used by the family to differentiate between "BIG - Judy" and "LITTLE - Judaline." Judaline Gail loved the name so much she had it made legal when she grew up. Judy Gail was born in May 1938, and was named after her aunt, actress Judy Garland. After Virginia's divorce from Bobby Sherwood, she was married to Johnny Thompson. Virginia Susanne Gumm was born on July 4, 1917 in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, as Dorothy Virginia Gumm. She was an actress, known for "La Fiesta de Santa Barbara" (1935), "The Wedding of Jack and Jill" (1930) and "The Harvey Girls" (1946). She died on May 27, 1977 in Dallas, Texas.
2Great aunt of Vanessa and Jesse Richards
3Her father Frank Gumm (born 1886) died on 17 November 1935 at the age of 49 of spinal meningitis when she was 20.
4Lived with her sister, actress Judy Garland, mother Ethel Gumm and grandmother Eva Milne at 1231 Stone Canyon Road in Bel Air in 1939.
5Was educated along with her younger sister Jimmie at Mrs. Lawler's theater school between 1927 and 1928.
6Moved from her home in Grand Rapids, Minnesota to a desert community called Lancaster in 1927 at the age of 12 before leaving with her mother and sisters for Down Town Los Angeles in 1933 at the age of 18.
7Was born in Grand Rapids, weighing 8lbs 7oz.
8Ex-aunt-in-law of Jack Haley Jr. and Peter Allen.
9Aunt of Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft.
10Ex-sister-in-law of Vincente Minnelli, David Rose, Sidney Luft, Mark Herron and Mickey Deans.
11Older sister of actress Judy Garland and Virginia Gumm.


La Fiesta de Santa Barbara1935Short performer: "La Cucaracha" - uncredited
Bubbles1930Short performer: "In the Land of Let's Pretend" 1929 - uncredited
The Big Revue1929Short performer: "That's the Good Old Sunny South" - uncredited


The Wedding of Jack and Jill1930ShortMary Jane Gumm


La Fiesta de Santa Barbara1935ShortHerself (as The Garland Sisters)
Bubbles1930ShortHerself - member: The Three Gumm Sisters (uncredited)
The Big Revue1929ShortHerself (uncredited)

Archive Footage

American Masters1997TV Series documentaryHerself


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