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Claire Bloom

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Born: February 15, 1931 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...


companion: Richard Burton. Actor. Acted with him and fell in love c. 1953, losing her virginity to him.
companion: Laurence Olivier. Actor. Played Lady Anne to his Richard III in the 1955 film.
companion: Yul Brynner. Actor. Acted with him in two 1958 films, "The Buccaneer" and "The Brothers Karamozov".
husband: Rod Steiger. Actor. Married on September 19, 1959; divorced in January 1969; was four months pregnant with their daughter Anna when they wed.
husband: Hillard Elkins. Stage producer, manager. Married on August 14, 1969; divorced in 1972.
husband: Philip Roth. Novelist. Married on April 19, 1990 after living together since 1976; previously married to Margaret Martinson; separated c. 1994; divorced in 1995; dedicated his novels "The Professor of Desire" and "Operation Shylock" to her; had rather tempestuous marriage which he depicted in his fiction ("Deception") and she recounted in her nonfiction work "Leaving a Doll's House".

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