American stage and screen actress and singer who starred in the 1950 film version of Annie Get Your Gun. Her other film credits include The Fleet’s In, Star Spangled Rhythm, and Cross My Heart.
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|FULL NAME:||Betty Hutton|
|BIRTH DATE:||February 26, 1921|
|AGE:||99 years old|
Betty Hutton is a Movie Actress. She was married four times and had three children. She was the sister of fellow actress/singer Marion Hutton . She made her Broadway debut in Panama Hattie, a musical that starred Ethel Merman .
DID YOU KNOW She played the role of Miss Hannigan in the Broadway production of Annie.
FACT She co-starred with Howard Keel in Annie Get Your Gun.
SEE ALSO Betty Hutton’s net worth as of 2018.
Currently, Betty Hutton is 99 years old. She will celebrate her 100th birthday on a Saturday, February 26th. Below we countdown to her upcoming birthday.
Betty Hutton’s zodiac sign is Pisces. According to astrologers, Pieces’ life pursuit is to avoid feeling alone and instead feel connected to others and the world at large and a secret desire to live their dreams and turn fantasies into realities. People of this zodiac sign like to be alone, sleeping, music, romance, swimming, spiritual themes and dislike the know-it-all, to be criticized, and cruelty of any kind. The strengths of this sign are: compassionate, artistic, intuitive, gentle, wise, musical, while weaknesses can be to be fearful, overly trusting, sad, desire to escape reality, can be a victim or a martyr. The greatest overall compatibility with Pieces are Virgo, Taurus.
Betty Hutton was born in the Year of the Rooster. Rooster people are honest, observant and hardworking. They seldom rely on other people in daily life, which can make them impatient when dealing with others. This year is the year of the .
DID YOU KNOW Life expectancy in United States is about 79 years.
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