Judy Garland was honored as one of the greatest female actresses in the history of American cinema with her impressive performances and great contribution to American entertainment industry. She devoted over 40 years out of her 47-year life to work as an actress and recording artist which made her became an international star. Garland obtained a Golden Globe Award, a Grammy Award, a Juvenile Academy Award and a Special Tony Award for her contribution and devotion.
Born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota in 1922, she was the daughter of Ethel Marion and Francis Avent “Frank” Gumm. She made her debut at the age of two with her sisters at her father’s theater and became a little singer of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. She had her film debut The Big Revue with two sisters in 1929.
After five times married and four times divorced, she had three children. She ended her life at the age of 47 after a long time struggling with drugs and alcohol.