Cartwright was married to actor and screenwriter Leo Gordon from February 14, 1950, until his death on December 24, 2000.  She had a daughter, Tara, and a stepdaughter. Death edit She died in her home from complications of dementia on January 2, 2004, aged 76, after she fractured her hip. 
Frequently appearing for or alongside her actor/writer husband of 50 years, noted stage, screen and TV heavy and writer Leo Gordon, actress Lynn Cartwright is probably best remembered for one of her early screen roles as the brusque, Brooklyn-accented switchboard operator in the cult horror The Wasp Woman (1959), and for her touching final screen appearance as the older, sweet-faced WWII-era baseball player Dottie Hinson (played throughout most the film by Geena Davis)) in the final scenes ...
Leo Gordon died in Los Angeles, CA, in 2000 at age 78 of heart failure. - IMDb Mini Biography By: firstname.lastname@example.org Family (1) Spouse Lynn Cartwright ( 14 February 1950 - 26 December 2000) (his death) (1 child) Trivia (1) Father, with Lynn Cartwright, of daughter, Tara Gordon. Personal Quotes (4) Westerns are fundamental . . . the morality play.
Leo Gordon: Birthdate: December 02, 1922: Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY, United States: Death: December 26, 2000 (78) Los Angeles, CA, United States (Cardiac Failure) Immediate Family: Husband of Lynn Cartwright. Occupation: Actor, Producer: Managed by: Jeremy Cartwright: Last Updated: January 1, 2015
Leo Gordon was my father. This was my mother, Lynn Cartwright. They were married for 50 years. Our family was small in number but large in stature. Mom was the only one under 6' tall.