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Lana Turner

Lana Turner

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Also Known As: Died: June 29, 1995
Born: February 8, 1920 Cause of Death: throat cancer
Birth Place: Wallace, Idaho, USA Profession: Cast ...
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husband: Artie Shaw. Bandleader, composer. First husband; married in February 8, 1940; divorced in 1941.
husband: Stephen Crane. Actor, restaurateur. Married twice; first married in 1942; annulled when it turned out Crane was still legally married to his previous wife; in the meantime, though, Lana Turner was pregnant with their child; married again after Crane's divorce from previous wife was final; father of Cheryl Crane; divorced.
companion: Fernando Lamas. Actor.
husband: Bob Topping. Sportsman, entrepreneur. Third husband; married in 1948; divorced in 1952.
husband: Lex Barker. Actor. Fourth husband, married in 1953; divorced in 1957; marriage reportedly ended when Turner discovered he had been sexually abusing 10-year-old Cheryl; Barker continued to deny claims to his death in 1973.
companion: Tyrone Power. Actor. In her autobiography Turner claimed he was the great love of her life.
companion: Johnny Stompanato. Gangster. Born c. 1925, stabbed to death by Turner's daughter Cheryl Crane on Good Friday, April 1958.
husband: Fred May. Businessman, rancher. Fifth husband; married on November 27, 1960; divorced.
husband: Robert P Eaton. Businessman. Sixth husband; divorced.
husband: Ronald Dante. Nightclub hypnotist. Seventh husband; divorced.

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