Old Westbury, New York, USA
|Returned to feature films after an almost eighteen-year hiatus in John Cassavetes's "Love Streams"; final film credit|
|Landed a recurring role on "Big Town," a noirish newspaper drama|
|Film debut, "High and the Mighty" opposite John Wayne|
|Relationship with ex-husband Avedon, whom she divorced in 1949, loosely inspired the romantic "Funny Face," starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire|
|Met future husband, the photographer Richard Avedon; he transformed the bookish beauty into a high-fashion model and actress|
|Married Avedon and became his muse|
|Won a Theater World Award for "The Young and Fair," a drama by N. Richard Nash, in which she played the mean girl at a college for young ladies; also appeared in the Broadway comedy "My Name Is Aquilon"|
|Appeared in the biographical feature "Deep in My Heart"|
|Richard Avedon||Husband||Married in 1944; Divorced in 1949; Their relationship inspired the film "Funny Face" (1957), starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire|
|Don Mathews||Husband||Married after her divorce from Richard Avedon 1949; remained married until Mathews died in an automobile accident February 1953|
|Don Siegel||Husband||Married in 1957 until Siegel's death in 1991|
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