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 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. In 1942, she married an American Army officer, Maj. Walter J. Currie, in London.
She died in 2005, aged 92 years.
- Red Pearls (1930)
- The Penny Pool (1937)
- The Wife of General Ling (1937)
- He Found a Star (1941)
- Tomorrow We Live (1943)
- A Run for Your Money (1949)
- Mandy (1952)
- Hot Ice (1952)
- The Wedding of Lilli Marlene (1953)
- The Titfield Thunderbolt (1953)
- Three Steps to the Gallows (1953)
- The Harassed Hero (1954)
- Touch and Go (1955)
- Fun at St. Fanny's (1956)
- Girl in the Headlines (1963)
- Prior to 1st April 1974 Bournemouth was in Hampshire
- "Gabrielle Brune | BFI". Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. Retrieved 2016-08-27.
- Ross Laird, Moanin' Low: A Discography of Female Popular Vocal Recordings, 1920-1933 (Greenwood Publishing 1996): 61. ISBN 9780313292415
- "River Holiday: Gabrielle Brune has been Convalescing at Datchet" The Tatler and Bystander (August 20, 1941): 259.
- Frank Reil, "Line on Liners" Brookyn Daily Eagle (20 April 1938): 23. via Newspapers.com
- "Wed in England" Advocate-Messenger (28 June 1942): 1. via Newspapers.com
- "Informally at Home: Gabrielle Brune, Actress Wife of Lieut.-Colonel Walter Currie, U. S. Army" The Tatler and Bystander (15 March 1944): 327.
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