Appeared briefly in 22 films from 1942-43
Family returned to London because of worldwide Depression
Formed Chrislaw production company with Milton Ebbins which produced "The Patty Duke Show" and the film, "Johnny Cool" (both 1963) (date approximate)
MGM contract not renewed
Starred in TV series, "The Thin Man"
Bought Louis B. Mayer's former Santa Monica beach front estate for $95,000
First learned of scandal concerning his parents' divorce scandal and his own paternity
Played a pilot in "Mrs. Miniver"
Starred in and produced first TV series, "Dear Phoebe"
US film debut (bit part), "Lord Jeff" at age 14
Became an American citizen in order to vote in 1960 election for brother-in-law John F. Kennedy
Film debut in "Poor Old Bill" (as a result of mother's political association with Sir Thomas Paulson who owned major interest in Elstree Studios)
Had travelled three times around the world by age 15
Joined Frank Sinatra's "Rat Pack"
Reportedly introduced John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe to each other
Worked as gas station attendant, then parked cars and became manager of the parking lot in West Palm Beach, FL
Moved with parents to Deauville at age one to avoid scandal of their divorces
Returned to France where he appeared in several films
Returned to Hollywood; disqualified from military service because of teenage injury to right arm; worked as usher in a Westwood, CA movie theater
Signed to MGM contract (for one year with second year option at $100 per week with 40 weeks guaranteed)