Judy Garland Death Cause – In 1968, Judy Garland took on a five-week run of exhibitions at London’s Talk of the Town nightclub club. This run of shows would end up being among the eminent entertainer’s last; she kicked the bucket of an inadvertent overdose the next year, at 47. The new movie Judy, coordinated by Rupert Goold and featuring Renée Zellweger as the eponymous genius, centers around this period in Garland’s life. Her profession, by this point, had just crossed over forty years, including her advancement part as Dorothy in 1939’s The Wizard of Oz.
Conceived Frances Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Minn., in 1922, Garland originated from a showbiz family. She was at that point performing by the age of four, and at 7 she joined the fruitful singing-and-moving act her more established sisters had developed — all at the demand of their mom, Ethel. The family moved to California in 1926 looking for more prominent popularity for the Gumm sisters, who had, at this point, been reexamined as the Garlands.