Gina Gershon

A beneficiary of nepotism, born to a life of luxury and entitlement.

Gina Gershon
Full NameGina L. Gershon


Her Royal Highness, Gina Gershon, is an icon of American camp and an established character actress. Making her debut in 1981's Beatlemania, she gained fame fourteen years later with her star-making turn as the predatory bisexual in Paul Verhoeven's kitsch classic Showgirls. Bursting out of a volcano in body makeup and a G-string, she solidified her reputation with her portrayal of a lesbian sexpot in the Wachowskis' neo-noir Bound. Born in Woodland Hills, California to parents Mickey and Stanley Gershon, Gina is the last in a brood of three. She is a true Hollywood royalty!

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It's a maybe. Gina Gershon comes from the royal Gershon-Elliott family. They have five celebrities in their family. With fifty credited apperances in TV, film, and video.

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Gina Gershon is one of America's greatest icons of Camp, best known for her iconic portrayal of the predatory bisexual in Paul Verhoeven's classic Showgirls. Jack Elliott is a celebrated composer, arranger, and producer with a nearly four-decade career in music, having founded the American Jazz Philharmonic and created the Henry Mancini Institute. Alan Elliott is a multi-talented musician, producer, and artist-and-repertoire representative at Atlantic Records, having been signed to Warner Bros. Records and having worked for the now-infamous television musical series Cop Rock. These three family members have achieved an impressive level of royalty in the music industry, each having contributed to the entertainment world in their own unique ways.

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