Birgitta Wetterhall (September 6, 1933 – August 13, 2016), known professionally as Gita Hall, was a Swedish-American model and actress who was the second wife of actor Barry Sullivan and a member of the "jet set" in the 1950s and 1960s. Hall was born in Linköping, Sweden. She had minor roles in three Swedish movies in 1951-1952 and won the Miss Stockholm beauty pageant in 1953. Broadway columnist and radio personality Walter Winchell "discovered" her and got her into Hollywood movies. Hall appeared with Sullivan in the 1958 movie Wolf Larsen and the two were married from 1958 until their divorce in 1961. Hall was the mother of Sullivan's daughter Patricia. She also appeared with Audie Murphy and Eddie Albert in Don Seigel's The Gun Runners, an adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not. In 2013, Hall settled a lawsuit she filed against Lionsgate, the