|Died||18 January 2005 92) (aged|
Chichester, Sussex, England
Gabrielle Brune (12 February 1912 in Bournemouth, Hampshire  – 18 January 2005 in Chichester, Sussex) was a British actress. 
On stage from 1930, her work included appearances in cabaret, the West End, on Broadway, in films and on television.   
Gabrielle Brune was born Gabrielle Hudson, the only child of Thomas Habgood Hudson and Adrienne Brune; both parents were theatre professionals from Australia. Her mother was an actress and singer.  She used her mother's surname professionally.
In 1941, she was reported as recovering from appendicitis and double pneumonia in a river house at Datchet on the Thames. 
In 1938, Brune was described as "Mrs. G. M. Thompson, wife of an English actor" in a news report about her first professional trip to America: (NB: Raymond Francis).  In 1942, she married an American Army officer, Maj. Walter J. Currie, in London.  
On January 18, 2005, she died at 92 years old.
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