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1963 June 9th brought forth Johnny Depp Love this man. So happy to know my husbands shoes, fit perfect into his a Grauman's Chinese Theater. In fact so did his hands. Well, besides being one of the funniest people on television and in the movies, he is the most unusual actor, afraid of nothing and try all. Quite proud to say he is a distant cousin. in one line he is my 8th cousin 2xr

1963 June 9th brought forth Johnny Depp Love this man. So happy to know my husbands shoes, fit perfect into his a Grauman's Chinese Theater. In fact so did his hands. Well, besides being one of the funniest people on television and in the movies, he is the most unusual actor, afraid of nothing and try all. Quite proud to say he is a distant cousin. in one line he is my 8th cousin 2xr

In 1942, actor and entertainer Mickey Rooney married first wife and future Hollywood starlet Ava Gardner, but the two were divorced in 1943, well before she became a star in her own right.  Ava went on to marry Artie Shaw (1945-1946) and Frank Sinatra (1951-1957). Mickey went on to marry and divorce six more times. He married wife #8, singer Jan Chamberlin in 1978 (in May 2013 they separated).

In 1942, actor and entertainer Mickey Rooney married first wife and future Hollywood starlet Ava Gardner, but the two were divorced in 1943, well before she became a star in her own right. Ava went on to marry Artie Shaw (1945-1946) and Frank Sinatra (1951-1957). Mickey went on to marry and divorce six more times. He married wife #8, singer Jan Chamberlin in 1978 (in May 2013 they separated).

British actor and director Ray Milland (1905-1986) had a screen career that ran from 1929 to 1985. He appeared in many Hollywood movies as the archetypal, unflappable British gentleman. Milland is best remembered for his gut-wrenching, Academy Award–winning portrayal of an alcoholic writer in The Lost Weekend (1945), the murder-plotting husband in Dial M for Murder (1954), and as Oliver Barrett III in Love Story (1970).

British actor and director Ray Milland (1905-1986) had a screen career that ran from 1929 to 1985. He appeared in many Hollywood movies as the archetypal, unflappable British gentleman. Milland is best remembered for his gut-wrenching, Academy Award–winning portrayal of an alcoholic writer in The Lost Weekend (1945), the murder-plotting husband in Dial M for Murder (1954), and as Oliver Barrett III in Love Story (1970).

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