Jean Peters – Biography of Jean Peters

The actress Jean Peters was born in Canton, in the state of Ohio, in the United States, on October 15, 1926.

Jane’s passion was being a teacher, so she studied teaching and, after finishing her studies, worked for a time at the same school where she studied.

In 1946, she entered a beauty pageant in the city where she lived, which she won, the prize consisting of a trip to Hollywood.

During the trip, the 20th Century Fox studios made him a contract to intervene in different films. The first of them was “El Capitán Castilla”, together with Tyrone Power.

The role in the film was created by a very specific “role”, that of an attractive woman, which meant that, from that moment on, all her roles were fitted into this same profile, such as, “I want that brute “,” The pirate woman “or” Viva Zapata! “, The latter with Marlon Brando.

In 1954 she married Stuart W. Cramer, a marriage that lasted little more than a year.

During the 50s, the actress took part in great feature films, such as “Apache”, “” Steps of Faith “,” Broken Spear “or” We believe in love “.

In 1957, she married Howard Hugues, whom she was united until 1971.

During the marriage with Howard, the actress does not take part in any film, but shortly after her divorce with the filmmaker she returns to acting.

Jane receives various offers to intervene on the small screen, doing so both in small series and in films adapted for this medium.

In 1971, Jane married again, this time to Stan Hough, a marriage that lasted until 1990.

On October 13, 2000, the actress died of leukemia.