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Diane Brewster

Birthday: March 11, 1931 (60 years) Died: November 1, 1991 (32 years Ago in Studio City)

HomeTown: Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Diane Brewster was an American actress who became known for her acting in Leave It to Beaver (1957), Cheyenne (1955) and Zane Grey Theatre (1956). Her portrayal of the character Jane – Flight Attendant in’Jane – Flight Attendant’ served as a breakthrough in her career. Her performance in ‘Leave It to Beaver’ earned her a nomination for the ”2003 TV Land Awards”. Diane Brewster was born on March 11, 1931 in Kansas City, United States. Diane Brewster died on November 1, 1991 at the age of 60 years in Studio City. Discover below for comprehensive details about Diane Brewster, including the biography, wiki profile, age, date of birth, family background, relationship status, interesting facts, photographs, lesser-known facts, and more.


Diane Brewster Profile:

Stage Name Diane Brewster
Real Name Diane Brewster
Profession(s) Actress,
Birthday March 11, 1931
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Death Died on November 1, 1991 (32 years ago) (Age: 60 years) in Studio City
Gender Female
Birthplace Kansas City, United States
Hometown Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Nationality American

Family and Personal Life

Diane Brewster‘ father’s name is Geraldine Craddock Brewster and Diane Brewster‘ mother’s name is Phillip Sloan Brewster.

Trivia and Facts

  • Diane Brewster was born in Kansas City, United States.
  • Diane Brewster’s birth sign is Pisces.
  • Her alternate name was Diana Brewster.
  • She was the daughter of Phillip Sloan Brewster and Geraldine Craddock Brewster.
  • She became known for her acting in Leave It to Beaver (1957), Cheyenne (1955) and Zane Grey Theatre (1956).
  • Her portrayal of the character Jane – Flight Attendant in’Jane – Flight Attendant’ served as a breakthrough in her career.
  • Her performance in ‘Leave It to Beaver’ earned her a nomination for the ”2003 TV Land Awards”.
  • She had two children with husband Jabe Z. Walker.
  • She died on November 12, 1991, in Studio City, California, USA.


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