March 4, 1951 - October 13, 1993 / Pisces / Age 42
Gwen Welles was an American actress. She was born on March 4, 1951 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States. Her birth name is Gwen Goldberg. Gwen Welles measurements are 33-24-36, she has natural breasts.
Gwen Welles was a featured Playboy model in October 1972.
She is the daughter of actress and clothing designer Rebecca Weis Welles and Barton Goldberg, her sisters were Elizabeth (Betsy) Goldberg Welles and Lori Yarum. Gwen graduated from University High School in Los Angeles, California and attended Vassar College. When she was 17, she worked as a dress salesperson. Welles's film debut was in "A Safe Place" in 1971. In the early 1970s, she acted in two films for Roger Vadim during three years that she spent in France. She may be best remembered for her portrayal of untalented singer Sueleen Gay in Robert Altman's 1975 film Nashville, for which she was nominated for a BAFTA Award, for Best Supporting Actress. Welles also appeared in Altman's California Split (1974), as well as several films directed by Henry Jaglom, including New Year's Day (1989) and Eating (1990). Welles was an advocate of yoga, usually meditating 20-30 minutes twice a day. Welles died from cancer of the bowel in 1993 at age 42.