Shep Houghton

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Shep Houghton
Born George Shephard Houghton
June 4, 1914 (1914-06-04) (age 100)
Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1927–75
Children 2

George Shephard "Shep" Houghton (born June 4, 1914) is an American actor and dancer. He is known for his role in Gone with the Wind.

Houghton was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 4, 1914.

His family moved to Hollywood for business reasons in 1927, settling not far from Paramount Pictures' studios. In 1927, Shep made his first movie. It was the Underworld. It was a silent movie.[1]

In 1935 he married Jane Rosily Kellogg. The couple divorced in 1945. He married actress Geraldine Farnum in 1946, but they divorced in 1948. Shep had two children.

In the early 1950s he worked for television, mostly as a dancer. He married Mel Carter in 1975.[1]

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