Gloria Gifford is an American actress. Gloria's first feature film was in the 1978 film California Suite. Her other films include the 1981 horror film Halloween II and 1982's hit film 48 Hrs., where she played a prostitute that Reggie Hammond tried to score with. In 1983, Gloria starred in the two comedy films Going Berserk, and the classic comedy film D.C. Cab as the D.C. Cab dispatcher, Miss Floyd. A year later, she appeared in the 1984 cult film This Is Spinal Tap. She appeared in the 1988 comedy film Vice Versa, her most recent film was in the 2006 film Gettin' Some Jail Time. Gloria has appeared on several television shows, including ER, The Nanny, Gimme a Break!, The Incredible Hulk, and The Love Boat. Gloria is also into theatre, she is an accomplished acting teacher. She studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse with Milton Katselas. She studied there for five years. Gloria is currently the Executive Director of The Gloria Gifford Conservatory. Gloria taught at the American Film Institute for six years in the Masters' Program. She taught Directors, Writers and Producers and among her successful AFI students: Patty Jenkins "Monster", Brian Dannelly "Saved", "Weeds".