Gwen Welles

Playboy Muse, October 1972

Gwen Welles Bio

March 4, 1951 - October 13, 1993 / Pisces / Age 42

Gwen Welles was an American-born actress. She was born under the sign of Pisces on March 4, 1951 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States. Her birth name is Gwen Goldberg.

Gwen Welles captivated audiences as a featured model in the October 1972 edition of Playboy. Her measurements are 33-24-36. Gwen Welles had natural breasts, seductive green eyes, and brown hair.

Gwen Welles, daughter of actress and fashion designer Rebecca Weis Welles and Barton Goldberg, had two sisters, Elizabeth (Betsy) Goldberg Welles and Lori Yarum. She completed her education at University High School in Los Angeles, California and later attended Vassar College. At the age of 17, she began her career as a dress salesperson.

In 1971, Welles made her film debut in "A Safe Place." During the early 1970s, she spent three years in France, where she acted in two films directed by Roger Vadim. However, she is perhaps most recognized for her role as the untalented singer Sueleen Gay in Robert Altman's 1975 film "Nashville," which earned her a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

Welles also appeared in Altman's "California Split" (1974) and starred in several films directed by Henry Jaglom, including "New Year's Day" (1989) and "Eating" (1990). She was a dedicated advocate of yoga, practicing meditation for 20-30 minutes twice a day.

Tragically, Gwen Welles passed away at the age of 42 from bowel cancer in 1993, leaving behind a memorable legacy in the world of film.

Gwen Welles Measurements

  • Height: 5'6 (167 cm)
  • Weight: 117 lb (53 kg)
  • Breast: 33 in (85 cm) / natural
  • Waist: 24 in (61 cm)
  • Hips: 36 in (91 cm)

Gwen Welles Details

  • Zodiac: Pisces
  • Ethnicity: caucasian
  • Hair color: brown
  • Eye color: green
  • Tattoo: no
  • Piercing: no
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