In 1924, he got married to Lita Grey, another sixteen-year-old actress who also found herself pregnant. This marriage produced two sons, Charles Jr and Sidney, it only lasted three years as they were both very unhappy. From 1936 until 1942 he was married to a chorus girl, Paulette Goddard. Just after that there was a nasty paternity suit with another actress, Joan Barry. Even though tests proved Chaplin was not the father of her child a jury ordered him to pay child support.
They had three children, their first daughter, Susanna, and later, twins, Hamnet and Judith. Hamnet died at the age of 11 years for unknown causes. After the birth of the twins, there are seven years of
Then she had an older brother named Bailey Jr. that was one-years old.” Growing up Maya did not have an easy-going childhood. Her parents got a divorce when she was three years old and sent her and brother Bailey, Jr. to live with their grandmother in Stamps, Arkansas. While staying
Johnny Depp – Childhood and Family John Christopher «Johnny» Depp II father, a namesake of his son, was a civil engineer. The actor’s mother, Betty Sue Palmer, had worked as a waitress for 14 years. Before she met Johnny’s father, she was already married, and got two sons, Debbie and Daniel. Johnny Depp has only one sister. Her name is Christy.
He was born in San Francisco, California on May 31, 1930 to her mother named Margaret Ruth who was a factory worker and his father, Clinton Eastwood Sr. who was a steel worker. Eastwood started his career when he dropped out of college and chase acting. His career has been successful from the time he started acting in the year of 1955 in B-films. Eastwood kept his personal life very private that is why, he was rarely seen on tabloids. He had eight kids with six women and he had long time romantic relationship with Sondra Locke who was his co-star.
Jonson vs Shakespeare The works of William Shakespeare and Ben Jonson are known around the world. They knew each other personally and they were friends as well as rivals. William Shakespeare is regarded as the greatest English writer. Ben Jonson wrote of Shakespeare, “He was not of an age, but for all time.” He was baptized on April 26, 1564 and died on April 23, 1616. Since he lived in Elizabethan England life was very hard for him because he wasn’t born into a family of wealth or nobility and he didn’t have a great education.
Elvis Presley was born January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi to Gladys Smith Presley and Vernon Presley. Elvis was supposed to be a twin, but his brother, Jesse Garon Presley, was stillborn. His parents were part of the working class but made very little money; as a child, Elvis moved frequently due to his parents looking for jobs. Elvis’ father worked odd jobs and was once sentenced in 1938 to three years in prison for forging a four dollar check, but he stayed less than a year (Nix). After moving numerous times, the Presley family settled in Memphis, Tennessee, where the birth of Elvis’ career would take place.
But thank God, George found a friend in the presence of Andrew Ridgeley, a carefree and happy go lucky guy that in the later years becomes his partner in the famous Boy Band called Wham! The two meet during George’s elementary days. George’s parent doesn’t like him for their son because of his attitude but eventually accept the fact that George chooses his own friend and so they let him befriend with Andrew. From the beginning both of them share the same thing and that is their passion for music and so the two
He was not, however, the first such Salvador in the family, an older brother of the identical name, who was struck down at a young age --with a case of gastroenteritis-- headed the better-known Dalí in life. Sometimes the boy is described as being just shy of 2 years old at the time of his death and, at other times (including in Dali’s own autobiography), he is said to have been around 7. Whichever the case, Dali’s parents were particularly shattered by the loss of their firstborn.
However, this only lasted for one month before she returned to her father’s home. This can be reasoned to be as a result of the safety she enjoyed being at her father’s home since this was during the Civil War as no explanation was given for her action at the time or after. However, she later returned home to Milton and, they later produced two children. After the birth of his second child and the execution of Charles the first, his work with the Puritans saw him gaining political office as the Secretary for Foreign Tongues in 1649. Sadly, by 1652, Milton went completely blind following years of issues with his eyes.