Gracie Allen was born on 26 July 1895 and died on 27 August 1964. Her birth place is San Francisco, and she died in Los Angeles. A Heart attack was the cause of her death. Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale is the resting place of Gracie Allen. Her occupation was Actress, Vaudevillian, and Comedian. Her husband's name is
. She got married to him in 1926. She had two kids named Ronald Jon Burns and Sandra Jean Burns. Sandra Jean Burns was born in 1934 and died in 2010. Ronald Jon Burns was born in 1935 and died in 2007. She was an American comedian. She became famous as the Zany Partner. Her father name is George Allen, and her mother name is Margaret Theresa Allen. When she was just only three years, she did her first performance on stage. By Eddie Cantor, she had given her first role on the radio. She had completed her education from Star of the Sea Convent School. In schooling time, she was a talented dancer. She was also an Irish Folk Dancer. She performed a folk dance with her sisters in The Four Colleens.
As a vaudeville performer, she joined her sister named Bessie in 1909. In 1992, she met George Burns. Allen and Burns did a comedy act. After that, they got married on 7 January 1926. Their marriage place was in Cleveland. She was born with two different colors of eyes. Her one eye was of blue, and one was of green color. Her husband didn’t know her birthdate exactly. In the earthquake, she said that her birth certificate had been destroyed. Her birthdate was in July 1895, According to the information in the Census records for the State of California. She also worked as the straight man. Allen and Burns graduated to radio in 1930. A cross- country Whistlestop campaign did by Burns and Allen. In different cities, they were performing their live shows. Burns and Allen became a part of the CBS talent raid in 1949. Jack Benny was their best friend. Their radio show became a part of the CBS. Allen and Burns made different movies in 1930. After the checkup, they could not conceive on their own. Allen and Burns adopted two kids named Ronald Jon and Sandra Jean in 1930. She did many movies named The Big Broadcast, International House, Six of a Kind, A Damsel in Distress, Two Girls, and a Sailor, etc.