Judy Garland was a part of the Greatest Generation demographic cohort.
Judy Garland was not a boomer. The boomer generation started in 1945, whereas she was born in 1922.
That is a 23 year difference!
The "boomer" label is often applied to older people by mistake.
Her real name was Frances Ethel Gumm.
She was an American actress and singer is best known for portraying Dorothy Gale in the film "The Wizard of Oz" (1939).
Judy Garland was around 4 ft 11 inches tall. In centimetres, her height was 151 cm.
This means that she was pretty short in comparison to the average American female.
Related: Famous actresses who are short.
If she was still alive today, she would be 99 years old.
She was born on a Saturday.
She died on a Sunday.
She died in June, 1969, which was over 52 years ago. Five decades have passed since her death. That's over half a century.
To put that into perspective.
Yes. Our records indicate that Judy Garland was a smoker. However, we cannot say for certain whether or not she continued to smoke up until her death.
Celebrities and other notable figures who died around the same time as Judy Garland.
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